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Cardio Training - In addition to weight training, cardio training is key to weight loss. Many clients are hesitant to push themselves beyond their perceived limits when it comes to cardio. Many clients have gone from not being able to run to the end of their driveway, to completing 5K's, 1/2 Marathons and 150 mile bike rides with their trainer by their side, pushing and encouraging them the entire way. Stretching - Proper stretching before, after and during a workout relieves pain and prevents injury while improving performance. We use a combination of active isolated stretching, myofascial release, and neuromuscular re-education techniques. Static, Dynamic, PNF and self myofascial release with foam roller are used to stretch the entire body, including but not limited to the lower back, hip flexors, hamstrings, IT-band, and rotator cuff. Balance training - Balance training prevents injury and enhances performance. Strength without balance is useless. Good balance begins with having your center of mass aligned directly over your base of support. Our trainers provide a variety of equipment that is specifically for balance training; include ariex pads, stability balls, and bosu balls. We also promote integrated training, which involves performing a traditional strength exercise for one muscle group, then following it with a balance challenging exercise that works the same or similar muscles Corrective and Functional movement - Most of the gym-going population spend their time doing bicep curls, bench presses and other similar traditional exercises. These movements are not natural in everyday functioning and therefore are not maximizing the body or the time spent doing them. These simple motions only account for moving the body in one direction with one repeated movement. Traditional weight-lifting exercises tend to be the most far-removed from functional movement, due to limiting range and planes of motion. Functional exercises, on the other hand, attempt to incorporate as many variables as possible (balance, multiple joints, multiple planes of movement), thus decreasing the load on the muscle but increasing the complexity of motor coordination and flexibility. Weight loss - The number one reason people hire personal trainers is to lose weight. If you made a resolution to lose the fat and build the muscle, a trainer can keep you on track and help you realize that goal. One of the primary benefits to losing weight is to reducing and/or eliminating weight related health issues, such as high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, depression and heart disease. Creating a healthier body can often decrease or do away with the need for medications used to treat such diseases. Along with creating a healthier body, many clients report an almost immediate boost in mood, self-confidence, self-worth, and overall wellbeing. Goal setting/follow-through - During your orientation period, your trainer will discuss your goals and expectations. Your trainer will set up a program that will incorporate a variety of exercises to help you achieve your goal. Your trainer will present you with an accountability log, in which you will record your daily exercise and food intake. This not only allows you to be more aware of your day-to-day habits, but serves as a training tool for your trainer to educate you on how your daily activities are helping or hindering your progress. Your trainer will encourage and motivate you to help you follow-through with your goals.

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