Strength training is an essential part of being a healthy human.
There is a large view that strength training is dangerous and people get hurt doing such a practice. The opposite is more true in my opinion as load bearing movements are a fundamental part of physiological necessities.
With good technical coaching, proper programming, and an assessment focused on what your capacities are currently, I aim to provide you with a personalized approach given where your body is and what you want it to do.
Endurance training improves your relationship with cardiovascular health.
Too many people suffer from the perception that more is always better when it comes to endurance training, or exercise in general. This can lead to an overly stressed CNS (central nervous system) compounded with leaving you in a state of recovery debt.
I aim to give you a scientific approach to how physiological systems can be strategically trained to actually improve endurance considering your baseline performance and movement capacity.
Mobility training builds control based on your baseline movement screen and any limitations.
Learning to prepare, control, expand, and create ranges of motion means that you harness more neurological ownership over your body and thus are better able to give yourself a larger canvas of movement options whether they be sport specific or for everyday health.