Regardless of your workout history we can build you up starting on a platform that is best for you.
Mobility programs (used to assess one’s technique) are an essential building block. Before adding additional weight to our exercises we must first make sure our kinetic chain is strong enough to properly sustain its own load. In addition, we need to correctly pattern our movements and optimize muscle contractions. Regardless of our skill level we all must have this phase locked in. This phase is the glue to our progress and is key for injury prevention because it teaches us how to move under load. As we move out of this phase Mobility will be lightly maintained and used in small doses throughout our strength workouts.
Mobility programs are primarily designed for individuals who are:
- New to exercising
- Seniors looking to maintain strength and functional movements
- Post pregnancy
*Dr. clearance is required if pregnant or you are postpartum.
Strength programs are designed to improve strength, physique, hypertrophy, or can be task specific for athletes. These programs are for individuals who are looking to reach goals over the course of months or even years. I use a scientific approach to my programs to enhance optimal muscle development and strength through periodization, which includes overloading and deloading phases. This approach is to avoid the overuse of muscles and manage fatigue, allowing muscles to be optimally trained but not over trained. I also highly stress diet and nutrition which I tailor for each client, based on daily activity and weight goals.
For individuals who are interested in High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), I also provide circuit training routines and kettle bell circuit training programs.
Power programs are an advanced progression of the strength programs. Before optimizing power we need to build the base layers of strength. Power phases are going to be dependent upon an individual’s overall strength, weak points, and experience. In this section we can further perfect and strengthen the deadlift, squat, and chest press.
If there are other restrictions or interests not mentioned, reach out to me and ask any questions you may have.