Four Phase Approach
Phase 1: Building a Base
Our trainers will identify clients’ weaknesses, and these areas will be improved by increasing client’s flexibility, range of motion, strength, endurance, and balance. Technique of strength training is a crucial factor in this phase.
Phase 2: Develop Strength and Condition
We will add to the base that was established in Phase 1. In this stage, our trainers will add resistance, emphasizing progression based on the clients’ current fitness level, and increase endurance training.
Phase 3: Functional Training
Clients will begin to notice a decrease in their recovery time and increase in their performance. Workouts will combine phases 1 and 2 to maximize our clients’ fitness level and training will become more functional to everyday life and any activities they are involved in. For example, we will focus on movements specific to improve performance in sports like golf during the warmer seasons, and get those legs ready to handle sports like skiing during the colder seasons. We will also focus on exercises needed to prevent many common injuries associated with the activity you choose.
Phase 4: Maintain
In this stage you have reached and even passed some of your fitness goals. You will want to maintain that level but continue to progress in other areas. Throughout Phases 1-4 we constantly reassess strengths and weaknesses to make sure you get continual progress.