Frequently Asked Questions

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Building Strength Without Weights

  • How Does GRP Build Strength Without Excessive Weights?

    All of Game Ready’s proprietary, no-weight Neurokinetic training is designed to correct sport-specific biomechanics (i.e. proprioception, shooting, jumping, landing, passing, lateral movement, weight distribution, posterior chain activation, stopping, turning, acceleration and deceleration). Our Athletic Engineers routinely introduce training progressions by segmenting the progression into a series of functional movements that, when continuously applied, significantly decrease an athlete’s susceptibility to injury. Although our methodology calls for no weight lifting, we are incredibly passionate about building strength through correct eccentric to concentric ratios.

Compliance

  • Digital Data Submission, Protection & HIPPAA Compliance

    While no system can guard against every potential hazard, GRP’s CMS’ defensive line is markedly advanced and monitored 24/7, 365 days a year by skilled, highly trained professionals.

    We use Transport Layer Security (TLS), a form of data encryption, to ensure the privacy of all Internet communications.

    • Individual user sessions are identified by a unique username at login
    • Multiple layers of monitoring devices, including Web Application Firewall (WAF)
    • Intrusion Prevention System capabilitiesWe take security seriously, which is why our existing network protocols exceed the highest level’s standards: PCI DSS, Tier 1. To maintain our PCI Level 1 certification, our CMS undergoes an annual audit. Our CMS management team also performs an annual HIPAA risk assessment that is analyzed and approved by the HITRUST CSF Assurance Program.
      We are dedicated to the six best security practices for the protection of electronic protected health information (ePHI) and credit card data, which include, but are not limited to:
    1. Maintaining a secure network
    2. Encrypting and protecting ePHI and cardholder data
    3. Maintaining a Vulnerability Management Program
    4. Implementing strong access control measures
    5. Monitoring and testing production and development networks
    6. Maintaining an information security program and policies

    Our CMS and its supporting data security infrastructure are frequently reviewed for potentially harmful vulnerabilities.

    • All CMS Security Analysts maintain a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification.
    • We use industry-recognized, third-party security specialists, enterprise-class security solutions, and custom in-house tools to regularly analyze the application and production infrastructure to ensure that all vulnerabilities are identified and swiftly mitigated.
    • We employ a number of third-party, qualified security tools to provide both regular dynamic scanning of our application and continuous static analysis of our codebase.
    • A third-party service provider continuously scans the network externally and alerts us of changes in our baseline configuration.Our CMS works to backup subscriber data in multiple ways to protect from any potential data loss or corruption. Each backup is stored on a secure and encrypted server.
    • All client data is stored on a secure server or backup directory that requires access authentication.
    • Each client’s information is stored on its own designated database, which is backed up to protect against accidental or malicious data deletion or corruption.To protect against data loss, snapshots of all subscriber data are made at 15-minute intervals. Archival backups of all subscriber databases are also made daily and monthly, and are retained for 30 days and 13 months, respectively.
  • Compliance Standards

    GRP requires all Athletic Engineers to hold and maintain all degrees, certifications, licenses, and coverage in compliance with CA State law as required for their respective service areas, including but not limited to:

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology, Physiology, or Sports Science (or related areas of study)
    • Min. 2 years of periodization curriculum application
    • Certifications: Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS); Personal Trainer (PFT); Heart Rate Performance Specialist (HRPS) Current CPR/AED Certification
    • $1,000,000 in General or Professional Liability Coverage ($3,000,000 in aggregate)

Facility Parking

  • Facility Parking

    Free, 2-Hour unmetered street parking is available on Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) in front of the building on Monday – Saturday 7a – 3p. Additionally, there is a free 2-Hour parking lot located off of 2nd Street and PCH, steps away from our facility.

Measuring Progress

  • Results & Progress Indicators

    GRP’s practice is intentionally holistic, as are our markers for our athletes’ growth and progress. “Progress” in GRP-speak is both empirically quantitive and qualitative. The data collected from each evaluation, coupled with the data captured during weekly training sessions, serve as indicators of the athlete’s continuous performance and are easily contrasted amongst the entire data pool to display differences in lactate threshold speeds and rates of recovery.

Privacy & Security

  • Digital Data Submission, Protection & HIPPAA Compliance

    While no system can guard against every potential hazard, GRP’s CMS’ defensive line is markedly advanced and monitored 24/7, 365 days a year by skilled, highly trained professionals.

    We use Transport Layer Security (TLS), a form of data encryption, to ensure the privacy of all Internet communications.

    • Individual user sessions are identified by a unique username at login
    • Multiple layers of monitoring devices, including Web Application Firewall (WAF)
    • Intrusion Prevention System capabilitiesWe take security seriously, which is why our existing network protocols exceed the highest level’s standards: PCI DSS, Tier 1. To maintain our PCI Level 1 certification, our CMS undergoes an annual audit. Our CMS management team also performs an annual HIPAA risk assessment that is analyzed and approved by the HITRUST CSF Assurance Program.
      We are dedicated to the six best security practices for the protection of electronic protected health information (ePHI) and credit card data, which include, but are not limited to:
    1. Maintaining a secure network
    2. Encrypting and protecting ePHI and cardholder data
    3. Maintaining a Vulnerability Management Program
    4. Implementing strong access control measures
    5. Monitoring and testing production and development networks
    6. Maintaining an information security program and policies

    Our CMS and its supporting data security infrastructure are frequently reviewed for potentially harmful vulnerabilities.

    • All CMS Security Analysts maintain a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification.
    • We use industry-recognized, third-party security specialists, enterprise-class security solutions, and custom in-house tools to regularly analyze the application and production infrastructure to ensure that all vulnerabilities are identified and swiftly mitigated.
    • We employ a number of third-party, qualified security tools to provide both regular dynamic scanning of our application and continuous static analysis of our codebase.
    • A third-party service provider continuously scans the network externally and alerts us of changes in our baseline configuration.Our CMS works to backup subscriber data in multiple ways to protect from any potential data loss or corruption. Each backup is stored on a secure and encrypted server.
    • All client data is stored on a secure server or backup directory that requires access authentication.
    • Each client’s information is stored on its own designated database, which is backed up to protect against accidental or malicious data deletion or corruption.To protect against data loss, snapshots of all subscriber data are made at 15-minute intervals. Archival backups of all subscriber databases are also made daily and monthly, and are retained for 30 days and 13 months, respectively.

62 %

OF ORGANIZED SPORTS-RELATED INJURIES HAPPEN AT PRACTICE.

– Stanford Children’s Health, 2017

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