WHAT DO YOU WANT TO DO?
We believe in training the whole person, not just putting you through an exercise routine. That's why our Six-Point Program includes baselines to determine a starting point. These assessments will reveal important information about your current fitness level. Together, we'll develop a training program that is specific to your needs and goals.
Whether you run, walk, cycle, swim, play a sport, take group exercise classes, or want to walk up a flight of stairs without getting winded, we'll help you improve your aerobic capacity.
How strong are you? How strong do you want to be or need to be? Having muscular strength and endurance will help to prevent injuries, enhance performance in athletic activities, assist with everyday living, and aid in weight management through improved body composition.
It's not about touching your toes. It's about having a greater range of motion so you can be functionally fit. Active Isolated Stretching will keep your joints lubricated especially your hamstrings, hips, and low back which are key to proper spinal movements.
Balance, stability, gait, mobility. All of these components are important whether you run or walk for fitness; whether you're a Senior looking for fall prevention; or if you're a land-based and weight-bearing athlete.
Posture in the 21st century has been dictated by our everyday lifestyles and modern technology. Sitting, standing, and lying postures have been compromised. But all is not lost. Understanding what and how to correct it, will be beneficial for years to come.
Wellness is defined as "The state of being in good health, especially as an actively pursued goal". The eight dimensions of wellness are comprised of common characteristics, identities and behaviors and include Physical, Emotional, Intellectual, Spiritual, Social, Occupational, Nutritional, and Financial.