Resistance Training (Daily Activity- Athletes)
Resistance training is a form of strength training in which each effort against a specific force is generated by resistance (ie. resistance to being pushed, squeezed, stretched, or bent). Resistance exercise is used to develop the strength and size of skeletal muscles. Properly performed, resistance training can provide significant functional benefits and improvements in overall health and well being. Our resistance programs are designed personally for each client to reach personal goals as well as improve their physical daily activity or sport
Functional Training (Daily Activity- Athletes)
Functional Training is a classification of exercise which involves training the body for the activities performed in life. Walking, running, stepping, reaching, bending. Functional training attempts to focus on multi-joint movement as much as possible. Single joint movements that involve a specific muscle are very nonfunctional. Multi joint movements which integrate muscle groups into movement patterns are very functional. We design programs for our clients to improve functional movements, strengthen their core and live an overall healthier lifestyle.
Athletic Training(All Sports)
Also, I knew the positive benefits of having a structured program that ensured my success. Today known as functional training, athletes of all ages seek quality services to improve their skill levels so they have an opportunity to excel in their chosen sports and to stay active in the sports they love. Our functional training programming is designed specifically for athletes for the upcoming season. While your friends are on the couch playing videos games, here we make sure your gaining an advantage over your competitor. Whether it is intense workouts during the off-season or keeping your skills sharp during the season our programs purposely push the athlete to make them stronger, faster, powerful and more agile than they ever imagined.
Core stability relates to the bodily region bounded by the abdominal wall,the pelvis, the lower back and the diaphragm and its ability to stabilize the body during movement. The main muscles involved include the transverse abdominis, the internal and external oblique, the quadratus lumborum and the diaphragm. The diaphragm is the main muscle of breathing in the human and so breathing is important in providing the necessary core stability for moving and lifting. It is the action of these muscles contracting together upon the incompressible contents of the abdominal cavity that provide support to the spine and pelvis during movement. Our dedicated professionals will assit in exercising your core muscles to help stabilize your torso. A trim waistline from healthy eating and exercise and regular stretching also assists by improving one center of gravity and good pelvic and spine mobility
Flexibility is the ability of joints to move through a full range of possible motion. Movement at the joint allows people to bend, touch their toes or rotate their bodies. When a person is flexible, the body does not get stiff. Stretching is so often something people forget to do on a daily basis and even before and after workouts. Or when they do attempt to stretch, they rush through it and they don’t get the full benefits of it. Flexibility is important because it:
- Improves muscle balance around the a joint, improving posture.
- Reduces the chance of of injury when playing a sport or in everyday activities
- It also increases the blood and nutrient supply to muscles and cartilage, thereby also reducing muscle soreness after training.
Each program ensures the client that he or she will be involved in flexibility exercises as a part of their exercise routine.
Making healthy food choices everyday is essential to any fitness training program. You can live in the gym but if you don’t feed your body with healthy, nutritious foods you may not see the results you are looking for. Healthy eating is a lifestyle not a diet.
You are truly what you eat… Sound familiar? Your body makes new cells from the food you eat. What you eat literally becomes YOU. Learning to fuel your body with the right ingredients directly impacts the success of your level of fitness and body composition.
We will help you create a completely personalized nutrition program that suits your unique body, lifestyle, preferences, and goals. Call or email the office at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a consultation.
Initial Consultation (1 session, 60 minutes)
- Obtain health history
- Identify topics of concern / interests
- Define personal goals
- Specify individual nutrition program
Follow-up Consultations (1 session, 45 minutes)
- Discuss and track progress
- Review program interventions and revise as needed
- Address additional concerns and questions
- Body Fat Measurements
- Pantry Makeover
- Food Preparation & Cookware
- Healthy recipes and cooking techniques
- Weekly menu planning
- Plan Ahead – Create a shopping list
- Navigating the supermarket
- Reading Nutrition Labels: Ingredients & Portions
- How to make healthy choices
- Increased Flexibility, Strength and Endurance
- Inproved Muscle Tone
- Relieves Muscle Strain
- Weight Management
- Improved Energy
- Complete Detoxification
- Balance and Coordination
- Sharpens Concetration and the ability to focus mentally
- Quiet the Mind
- Create Calmness
- Feel and Be Happier
Scheduled Classes – Tuesday 6-7pm and Saturday 11am-12pm. Call the office for appt.
The Body Circuit
Fitness class specializing in strength training while incorporating cardio
- Workout at affordable pricing
- Qualified instructors
- Flexibility and ROM
- Core Stabilization
- Strength Training
- Suspension Training
- Body weight Training
- Function Training
Classes Wednesday 7pm – 8pm, Saturday 9am – 10am