“I LOVE training with Alex! I started training a little over a year ago, and the differences I see are so encouraging and exciting. Before I started training, my exercise routine consisted of walking/jogging. I was not able to hold a plank or do pushups. A day of gardening would leave me with muscle pain. The circuit training we do for an hour 3 times a week is perfect for me. I can now hold planks, do pushups, and so much more than I ever thought possible. I am stronger, more toned, and more flexible. With Alex’s guidance and supervision our group works hard but has fun doing it. I cannot thank Alex enough and certainly recommend him to anyone!”

-Sandy V.

Program Design

The stair-step approach to building an effective periodization model. Notice how overall performance increases linearly as the training load fluctuates.

One of the missing links in sports training programs is program design. A successful program design includes pre-season, in-season, off-season, and post-season training cycles. Additionally, a periodization model should be applied to each program implemented so as to increase the effectiveness of the outcomes. In other words, you shouldn’t be performing the same training regime during the in-season as well the off-season. Furthermore, you shouldn’t be performing the same sets, reps, & load intensity during the same cycle! These variables need to be constantly changing in order for the body to adapt to the stresses placed upon it.

1842734_origSports Injury Prevention

We put every new client through a 7-part movement competency prior to initiating a new fitness program. The Functional Movement System (FMS) is used to assess the integrity in the fields of stability, mobility and asymmetry.

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