We offer one-on-one and group performance training sessions to provide accountability, comradery, and expertise in fitness, rehabilitation, and health! Our training programs are individualized for your body and tailored to help you reach your health and fitness goals.
Our large training area gives us plenty of room to perform strength training, resistance training, cardio exercise, bodyweight exercises, injury prevention exercises, and much more! It does not matter if your goal is to lose weight, gain mobility, increase strength, prevent muscle loss, or prevent osteoarthritis or osteoporosis; we have the expertise and a solution for you!
We also specialize in sports performance training if you are looking to improve your athleticism and decrease your risk of injury! We understand the demands of your sport and what mobility, strength, and energy requirements you need to perform your best at your sport.
What also gives us a leg up on the competition is that we are very familiar with the most common injuries in each sport. Therefore, we not only are tailoring your sports performance sessions to increase your athleticism for your sport, but we are also preventing these common injuries at the same time!
We currently have youth sports performance training group sessions on Tuesdays/Thursdays and will open up more groups if there is enough interest. You can also get a group of friends together and start your own group performance training session with us!
Most people understand that exercise is great for you and your overall health – they don’t need a trainer to tell them that. What some people lack is the expertise or motivation to safely begin an exercise program on their own. This is where we would love to step in and help you! If you have any questions, please call or stop by our office!
Why Train With Us?
All of our training is done by an experienced and certified trainer through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). The NSCA was established over 40 years ago and is considered the “gold standard” for exercise research, personal training, and strength & conditioning. Click here to learn more about the NSCA.
What the Research Says
Those that exercise have been shown to burn almost 200 extra “resting” calories a day compared to those who do not exercise. These calories do not include the calories they burn while exercising! This proves the great benefits of exercise for losing weight, maintaining weight, and for overall health. – Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise (2011)
Many are skeptical about youth exercise training because they hear rumors surrounding the safety of it. Research shows that a well-designed exercise training program that is organized and supervised by a certified professional, is safe and effective for youth athletes and adolescent athletes. Not only is it safe to perform, but exercise training actually helps prevent against common sports injuries and other youth-related injuries. This includes ACL injuries, fractures, hamstring injuries, and other overuse injuries. – Sports Health (2009)
Exercise training for 8-12 weeks can improve strength 30 to 50% in adolescent athletes. This is after just 2 sessions a week in a well-designed and supervised program! It has also been shown that exercise training can improve your jumping height, running speed, flexibility, and prevent against injury! – Sports Health (2009)
Resistance training (strength training exercises) is known to be highly beneficial for for preserving bone and muscle mass. This is why it is strongly recommended as a therapy for those with osteoporosis (weak bones) or osteopenia (bone loss) or those at risk for developing one of those conditions. – Endocrinology & Metabolism (2018)
Regular exercise is anti-inflammatory, protects against cardiovascular disease, and promotes a health gut microbiome! – Nature (2018)