Cardiovascular Fitness/Training – This is the primary component and the foundation of fitness: the ability to efficiently supply the muscles with oxygen rich blood. Improving your cardiovascular fitness requires a combination of aerobic and anaerobic types of exercise, along with adequate rest, hydration, smart food choices and healthy living.

Balance, Stability and Mobility – This is the foundation of controlled movement, and is a very important component for every client, especially the aging population. Each client is initially tested for these three components and from there a fitness plan can be prepared.

Strength Training – Also known as resistance training, this type of fitness training uses body weight, free weights and resistance tubing to improve muscle strength and endurance, and strengthen bones.

Weight Management/Healthy Lifestyle – One the most popular reasons to start working out. We use the iLife program where you will have the oversight and support of a lifestyle coach to keep you accountable and promote a sustainable healthy life plan customized specifically to get you where you want to go!

GTS Gravity Training – Originally manufactured to help rehabilitate the body post injuries, it has become an important tool that we use to build core strength, joint stability, and mobility.

TRX Body Weight Training – The first product to market utilizing the effectiveness of body weight training, TRX is the standard in suspension-type training.

Moderate to High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) – Interval training is the foundation of any performance athletic training program, and a great way lose body fat by increasing your resting metabolic rate. Using varying types of exercises, movements and rest times, the intensity can be adjusted to meet the client’s wants and needs.

Muscle Activation Technique (MAT) – A system designed to determine and treat muscle imbalances. Muscle imbalances caused by injury, overuse and even everyday activities can lead to overcompensation and pain. The goal with MAT is to optimize your performance whether you are a pro athlete, dealing with chronic pain, or anyone that’s looking to enhance their range of motion and muscle efficiency.

Massage Therapy – Myofascial release is a great way to reduce the stress of fitness training and help muscles recover through increasing relaxation.

Semi-Private Training – Exercise with a friend or family member, or be matched with other client(s) with a similar fitness level and share the cost of the training sessions. A fun way to get a great workout and save a little money.

Rehabilitation Post PT – This is for the client who is recovering from an injury or surgery that has altered their movement, stability, or mobility. We follow all post physical therapy protocols provided by the physical therapist or physician, in addition to strengthening the compromised joints and muscle groups to achieve a balanced position.

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