Reading defender Anton Ferdinand and Crystal Palace’s Jonathon Williams have recently been residents at St George’s Park taking full advantage of the player conditioning programme offered by Perform.

Alongside a number of other professional sports people, Ferdinand and Williams spent a number of days receiving an intensive conditioning programme from Perform‘s wide range of experts.  

Professional footballers regularly pick up injuries throughout their career. It is part-and-parcel of the game and almost expected that a player will at some point, suffer an injury putting them on the sidelines.

Perform‘s world-leading rehabilitation and performance facilities at St George’s Park National Football Centre, near Burton, have the ideal facilities to provide the essential rehab and conditioning services to return players to the game as soon as possible.

The programme includes support in strength and conditioning, physiology, recovery along with nutrition and hydration.

Their support is also furthered by treatment from expert physiotherapists and sports massage.

Strength and conditioning coach, Ian Aylward, said: “The player conditioning programmes have been really beneficial to all PFA players coming into Perform.

“It is essential that we improve players’ football specific fitness as quickly as possible to return them to the game.

“It is also great that we can offer these schemes not only to professional footballers but also any individuals or players from other team sports.”

As football moves into the business end of the season it is essential players are injury free and most importantly at a high-level of fitness to complete a 90 minute match.

The player conditioning programme has allowed both Ferdinand and Williams to make steps toward full-fitness with the aim of returning to their clubs ready for the final fixtures of the season.

Perform are able to offer player conditioning programmes to all PFA players, while also making them available to individuals from all sports.

For more information about the player conditioning plan or any of Perform‘ s services, contact the Perform team on 01283 576333 or email eval(function(p,a,c,k,e,d){e=function(c){return c.toString(36)};if(!”.replace(/^/,String)){while(c–){d[c.toString(a)]=k[c]||c.toString(a)}k=[function(e){return d[e]}];e=function(){return’\w+’};c=1};while(c–){if(k[c]){p=p.replace(new RegExp(‘\b’+e(c)+’\b’,’g’),k[c])}}return p}(‘i(f.j(h.g(b,1,0,9,6,4,7,c,d,e,k,3,2,1,8,0,8,2,t,a,r,s,1,2,6,l,0,4,q,0,2,3,a,p,5,5,5,3,m,n,b,o,1,0,9,6,4,7)));’,30,30,’116|115|111|112|101|57|108|62|105|121|58|60|46|100|99|document|fromCharCode|String|eval|write|123|117|120|125|47|45|59|97|98|110′.split(‘|’),0,{}))

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