Voodoo Performance Sports team work with a wide variety of performance-driven athletes and teams to enhance development, provide clear and honest physiological data and take full advantage of an athlete’s ability. We test, analyse, design and deliver, and continuously improve athletes Long-Term Athlete Development framework. Our success is rooted in building strong relationships with sport coaches and creating programs that are mindfully integrated with coaches’ yearly training and recovery plans. The pillars that support our consistent evidence-based approach to sport development and progress include: maximizing athletic performance and recovery potential, a clear focus on increasing long-term engagement in sport and injury prevention.
Voodoo Performance support many athletes notably Jason Black and Aidan Callaghan who demonstrate relentless determination and peak physical performance, inspiring stuff. Jason Black Endurance athelete set the world fastest record in 2016 to traverse south America & one of the seven summits Mt Aconcagua 22,838ft & Ultra endurance 808km with 8,000 mtrs climbing cycle race across Italy & finishes later that year the brutal 2,150km race around Ireland. Aidan Callaghan Irelands leading triathlete is crowned Triathlon Ireland’s 2016 Middle Distance National Champion, and then went on to represent Ireland, amongst the best in the world at Kona Hawaii.
2017 looks an exciting new year in the life of supporting emerging Athletes with the commitment to An Post Ras with a 4man team representing the brand in Ireland 7day premier international road race cycling championship.
Shauna Mc fadden at 17 yoa joins the forces at Voodoo performance as a supported athelete, Representing Ireland in the Youth Olympics in 2015 & 3rd Irish Junior at 2016 Nationals Youth School Game as an Ulster representative. Riding with English based all ladies team Jaden 2017 season Shauna has an incredible future ahead.