Unlock your body’s true potential and exceed your fitness goals with one-on-one personal training. All of our nationally certified trainers have completed our extensive 6-month teacher training Circuit Works Certification program. All you have to do is show up, the results are guaranteed.
Our progressive approach to personalized training follows the NASM training methodology and allows for sound and systematic progression through the various training phases. Each of these 5 phases trains various thresholds ensuring results from the inside out.
This phase is designed to increase muscular endurance and stability. Research has shown that inefficient stabilization can negatively affect the way force is produced by the muscles, increase stress at the joints, overload the soft tissues, and eventually cause injury. Here we address the existing structural deficiencies, and provide a superior way to alter the body composition before progressing into more intense training. Proper stabilization allows for greater muscle recruitment and true maximization of calories burned.
Here we enhance stabilization endurance while delving deeper into isolated movements, increasing the strength and length of individual muscles. The incorporation of controlled resistance training for higher repetitions establishes the muscular support needed for further progression.
Hypertrophy is defined as the enlargement of skeletal muscle fibers in response to increased volumes of tension – as seen in resistance training. In this phase the body is exposed to progressively higher weights in order to increase metabolic rate and train the anaerobic threshold.
Maximal Strength is the maximum force that a muscle can produce in a single voluntary effort, regardless of how fast the load moves. This training is essential in advancing physical strength, even if your goal is to merely “tone.” Training in this phase allows for the nervous system to balance the body through its stabilization muscles, while a prime mover is exerting maximal force during an exercise.
The third level of training is power and is designed to increase the rate of force production (or speed of muscle contraction). This form of training uses the adaptations of stabilization and strength acquired in the previous phases of training and apply them with more realistic speeds and forces that the body will encounter in everyday life and in sports.
As with any team, common vision must be established in order for success to be attained. The first step to selecting a trainer is cohesiveness of goals. To properly answer that, ask yourself “what are my training goals?” Furthermore “how intricate are my needs?” “Do I have any injuries or special modifications needed?” These details will help you select the trainer best suited to guide you through your fitness journey.
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