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We offer one-on-one personal training to your gym and in the convenience of your own home.

Our fitness programs include: 
Weight Loss • Muscle Building • Nutritional Coaching • Post-Rehab Training • Core strength training • Pre-Nuptial (Bridal) Training • Athletic Training • Cardio Kickboxing • Balance Training • Posture correction • Body Sculpting • Strength Training • Exercise Training • Exercise Fitness Training •

Also offers boxing and kickboxing lesson.
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Core training is different than just training your abdominals. Although the abdominals are an important part of your core musculature, true core training is amore integrated approach; it combines strength, balance, agility, and flexibility of the muscles that control the entire trunk and spine. Regular conditioning of the core muscles is essential to prevent injuries, correct posture, and making you more efficient with all that you do. Core training is about QUALITY of the movement, not quantity!
Unlike typical strength training exercises that involve long, slow movements designed to increase muscular strength and mass, plyometric exercises involve quick, explosive movements designed to increase speed and power.

A plyometric exercise consists of three phases. The first is a rapid muscle lengthening movement called the eccentric phase. Second comes a short resting period called the amortization phase. Finally, the athlete engages in an explosive muscle shortening movement called the concentric phase. The athlete repeats this three part cycle as quickly as he can.

The goal of plyometric exercises is to decrease the amount of time in-between the eccentric and concentric movements. By reducing the time in-between these two movements, a man can become faster and more powerful.

Functional training is defined as “activity that trains movement” and includes: balance training, stabilization training, core training, and dynamic movement training. The result of functional training is agility – improved reactionary forces where your body has the ability to compensate for changes in your center of gravity and can move quickly and efficiently. In other words, if you’re falling or suddenly caught off guard, your body is trained to react quickly, meaning you are less prone to injury. Exercises promoting core strength and stability improve or maintain posture and alignment as well as challenging balance and equilibrium.
Post Rehab Exercise
Post-rehabilitation is the development and implementation of fitness programming for clients with special population and post-rehab conditions. Post-rehab services can range from one session in a client’s home to establish a home program to a training program requiring two to three sessions per week. 
Post-rehab professionals assess and develop exercise programs for clients with residual functional deficits remaining after the diagnosis and treatment of acute, subacute and chronic disease by Medical Doctors, Physical Therapist, and/or Chiropractors. 

Post-rehab does not purport to provide any aspect of medical treatment of a client’s condition. Each client will complete a musculoskeletal and/or cardiovascular FITSCREEN prior to beginning any activity. The client will be sent back to their referring practitioner. If he or she demonstrates any of the following red flags:
•Radiating Pain
•Chest Pain/Shortness of Breath
•Loss of Range of Motion
•Night Pain
•Open Wounds

Contact and non contact training. Learn basics of boxing and kickboxing in just few sessions.

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