This includes exercises that will train your muscles to make it easier and safer for you to perform everyday activities. These exercises are commonly used in sports training and in helping patients who are recovering from a stroke.
Simple everyday activities create imbalances in the body. The way you sleep, the fact that you sit for long periods at work—these factors can cause issues with your posture and movement, which may then lead to wear and tear on your muscles and joints. With corrective exercises, we can identify and address these posture and movement imbalances to avoid further chronic pains and injuries.
If you’re not feeling confident enough for an upcoming sports competition, we’re here to help. As a degree holder in Sports and Health Science, your fitness coach is equipped with the skills and knowledge to gear you up for gold.
Agility refers to your body’s ability to change positions quickly. This requires a combination of several movement skills including speed, balance, reflexes, coordination, strength, and endurance. Our agility training is designed to work your muscles, improve your performance, and minimize the risk of injury.
The human body moves in three different dimensions: sagittal, frontal, and transverse. We can provide a motion workout program that helps you focus on multi-plane movement. This can be helpful both in sports and in daily activities.
The purpose of flexibility training is to increase your range of motion. This includes stretching exercises that can help improve mobility, decrease joint and muscle pains, and prevent injuries.