Dave Herman Performance uses a proven methodology that blends 12 performance training techniques to achieve higher levels of performance. These core techniques focus on developing the complete athlete. The approach gives the athlete the mindset and athletic ability to perform at their highest levels.

12  Performance Training Techniques

  • Evaluate
  • Corrective Exercise
  • Assisted Stretching
  • Mobility/Movement
  • Band Resistance
  • Weight Training
  • Core Strength
  • Cardiovascular Conditioning
  • Speed/Agility/Quickness
  • Recovery Work
  • Strategic Periodization Planning


Dave Herman Performance applies powerful performance training techniques to develop the complete athlete. David Herman helps to instill in athletes the attributes of integrity, discipline, and commitment to ensure their personal success in sport and life.  DHP provides the athlete with the most advanced training methods, innovative training techniques, and continual education to maximize athletic performance and achieve winning results.

Through his many years of developing professional athletes David created a program know as Athleticity™. Integrating Athleticity™ along with his Strategic Periodization Phases creates an platform for breakthrough performances and Championship wins.


Athleticity™ Defined

Athleticity™ is the core building block of the David Herman Performance.  The focus is on creating the complete athlete. And, the approach is based on four key building blocks:

Science – the latest in research, experience, and best practices are used ensure the methodology is on the cutting-edge.
Technology – the pivotal equipment is comprised of Flex Technology: free weights, resistance bands, movement bands, speed chains, speed cords, and medicine balls.
Principles – the key is high-performance longevity throughout the season and career.  The principles are focused on ensuring that the athlete is both injury free and highly trained.
Routines – the routines focus on providing sport specific regiments designed for the gym, road, pre-season, and in-season.  The routines are designed to simulate winning performance results.