Starting with a comprehensive evaluation is imperative to providing the best care possible.  We will review your health history and discuss current goals that you would like to obtain.  Limitations of motion will be identified through a Comparative Assessment of Mobility.  You will receive a report of findings to fully understand the outcome of the evaluation as well as professional recommendations for how to best approach the main issues at hand.  Depending on the state of your body and any injuries or underlying compensations that may be present, our recommendations may include any combination of Muscle Activation Techniques, our Isometric Training System or Dynamic Based Movement.

Muscle Activation Techniques

The next step in care is utilizing Muscle Activation Techniques to identify muscular imbalances and underlying weaknesses that need to be addressed prior to any form of exercise.  This will provide an opportunity to ensure proper support and stability is surrounding each joint and that you are capable of controlling any movement necessary during your workout.  Low intensity corrective isometrics may be prescribed at this point to aid in the process.

Isometric Training System

Once the internal performance of your neuro-muscular system has improved via Muscle Activation Techniques, we are then able to challenge your muscles further utilizing the Isophit and our Isometric Training System.  The Isophit allows us to challenge over 650 muscles in varying degrees.  This will not only help improve the “weak links” but increase overall muscular strength and endurance in an extremely safe and effective manner.  (If you haven’t heard of the Isophit before, contact us to find out more information.  We are 1 of 3 facilities in all of Canada to offer this to their clients).

Custom Fit Exercise

This would be considered your more “traditional” form of exercise, although there is nothing traditional about the way we approach human movement and exercise.  Our emphasis is on appropriate force application and challenging your muscles with the least amount of unaccustomed activity.  We want to ensure that your body can tolerate the level of activity involved with our workouts, leading to a more consistent workout regimen, rather than requiring multiple days of recovery before your next gym session.

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