Personal Training

Functional Training + Posture + Massage = Results

Rob at CORE uses a coordinated program of Functional Training, Posture Awareness and Massage Therapy, in unison, to get his clients fast, efficient and long-lasting results.

CORE describes the unique approach that could be the key you’ve been looking for to achieve your fitness goals. Whether you are looking to get fit, achieve a performance goal or come back from injury, CORE’s collaborative approach will get you to your goal faster and more efficiently than any strategy that you’ve experienced before.

To ensure that you get the most out of your training, CORE uses a collaborative strategy that utilizes Functional Training, Posture Awareness and Goal-specific Massage; in unison:

Functional  Training-

By definition, functional training promotes adaptation of the body consistent with its intended movement or activity. Functional training leads to better muscular balance and joint stability, as well as decreasing the potential for injuries. I rely on the functional training approach because it is a form of training that emphasizes the body’s natural ability to move in all six degrees of freedom.  When muscles are strengthened through natural and efficient exercises, the body is less likely to become unbalanced, tight and inefficient.

 

Posture Awareness

A person’s posture affects virtually every area of fitness. Posture affects muscles, joints, bones, internal organs, breathing, etc. Achieving proper posture can be the key to allowing the body to reach its fullest fitness potential.  In proper posture the ears, shoulders, hips, knees and ankles are aligned as if a plumb line were running from the ears down through the torso into the legs and the feet. When proper posture is achieved, the body is able to function in its strongest, most balanced position and stress to the joints, muscles, vertebrae and tissue is minimized.

Improper poster can be one of the greatest obstacles to achieving fitness goals and can be the cause of serious injury. Improper posture, especially when walking, exercising or sitting puts increased stress on your back and causes discomfort and damage throughout the body. When the spine is left in non-neutral posture for extended periods of time, it raises the diaphragm, preventing the body from taking a full breath. This can lead to reduced oxygenation throughout the body. It can also compromise the internal organs’ performance by putting pressure throughout the abdomen. I focus on helping our clients achieve proper posture so they can unlock their body’s potential to achieve their goals and prevent injury.

 

Massage Therapy

To achieve the highest level of physical fitness, a person’s body must be able to maintain strength, muscle integrity and proper posture.  Often through intense activity, repetitive movements or injury, the body’s ability to function at its best is compromised. Chronically tense, overworked, or injured muscles and connective tissue restrict blood flow and fatigue the body which limits a person’s ability to reach their fitness goals. To give my clients the best chance to build strength, recover from strenuous activity and heal from injury, I utilize therapeutic massage to keep muscles, tendons, ligaments, skin, joints, other connective tissue, as well as lymphatic vessels in optimal condition.

Multi-Strategy Approach

No other fitness program can offer you this collaborative approach to achieving your fitness results. Most fitness programs only incorporate 1 strategy at a time which forces the client to seek other wellness modalities separately. Unfortunately, with this outdated approach, a client cannot get the most out of their fitness strategies when all of their efforts are not being coordinated for maximum efficiency. Rob at CORE use a coordinated program of Functional Training, Posture Awareness and Massage Therapy, in unison, to get his clients fast, efficient and long-lasting results.

Session 1- Orientation/Goal Setting

Session 2- Posture Assessment

Session 3- Physical Evaluation

Session 4+ – Functional Training & Massage

Time Table

When a client is as committed to long-lasting results as we are, we find that significant gains are achieved in the following time frame:

3-4 weeks- Comprehensive Neurological Change

4-6 weeks- Anatomical Adaptations

6-8 weeks- Performance Enhancement

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