Personal Performance Management is proud to offer customized, and creative workouts at our boutique fitness studio. No matter what your fitness level is or where you want it to be, our fitness professionals are committed toward helping you achieve a lifestyle you can feel confident about.
An initial free assessment takes place prior any training protocol. During this assessment you will be asked a series of questions identifying what your goals and what you wish to achieve. We then take you through the steps of how to take you there. We also do a completely free biomechanical assessment which pinpoints any weakness, instability, or misalignment.
Our programs are customized for your body and your desired pace, so there’s never a need to worry about being unable to reach your goals. In fact, we’ll even track your progress regularly and restructure your fitness plan as needed to ensure that you stay on track.
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Our weight loss program is geared toward getting rid of that stubborn fat while building lean muscle. We gear into workouts that will speed up your metabolism so you continue to burn countless calories throughout the week. The first step to losing weight is coming up with a plan. Our fitness professionals will start with a completely free assessment and design a plan for you so you don't have to stress. By following a few weight loss basics we teach, you can learn how to eat a healthy diet, start and improve your health as soon as you enroll in our program!
In the real world, boxers are some of the leanest, most well-trained athletes. Champs such as Vladimir Klitschko, Shane Mosley, and Mike Tyson were all human wrecking balls in their prime and had the builds to show for it.
We aim to get you training like a champ and burn up to 1,000 calories in an hour. Glove up at Personal Performance Management and test yourself to some serious boxing courses. Sign up for a free boxing consultation today and get a FREE boxing lesson.
Pre/Post Natal Exercise
Not only is exercise considered safe during pregnancy, it’s actually recommended! A recent study on prenatal exercise actually states ‘Prenatal exercise is no longer just acceptable; it is a necessary component to achieving optimal health of both mother and child’ (Harris, Baer & Stanford, 2018). In addition the American College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists recommends, that “assuming there are no underlying medical or obstetric restrictions, pregnant women should be able to participate in a minimum of 20- 30 minutes of moderate intensity exercise most days of the week”. Every pregnancy and each women is unique, so be confident and comfortable to work at your own pace. If however you regularly participated in exercise pre pregnancy, you can extend the duration of your workouts from 35 minutes to 45 minutes or even an 1 hour long sessions.
As we get older, our range of motion starts to decrease. We get less flexible. With our safe, trained fitness professionals we train senior clients with a lower range of motion for most exercises. We particular attention to injuries at the joints such as the knee, hip or shoulder.
Postural problems affect elderly clients more than most people know.
As they go through the range of motion, ask them how the movement feels. Determine if they have any discomfort. Resistance training puts a lot of stress on the joints, especially at the beginning.
It is a smart idea to use static exercises in the early stage. The static activities build good base strength and minimize the range of motion at the joints.
We are an extension to Physical Therapy work at Personal Performance Management. Whether you just had an injury, surgery, replacement, or more we will get you back to working condition in no time.
Your work in sports conditioning involves creating and implementing physical fitness programs that have two, primary goals: Improve athletic performance (including speed, strength, and power) Prevent or reduce incidences of athletic injuries.
To improve performance, sports conditioning has to be included in an athlete’s training routine. Sports conditioning usually assists in boosting an individual’s power, balance, strength, agility, endurance, and coordination. It is important for athletes to design a program that has their goals in mind because not all physical activities need the same level of sports conditioning. This article gives a deep insight into sports conditioning and the things it consists of.
Sports conditioning is a holistic adventure and incorporates different elements such as strength, power, agility, endurance, flexibility, dexterity, and coordination. A good sports conditioning program should include exercises that work on each of the aforementioned areas. Here is a deeper explanation of the main components of sports conditioning:
Strength and conditioning professionals that incorporate a properly designed and supervised training program can help their young athletes train, compete, and reduce the likelihood of injury. Most importantly, they can provide the young athlete with the tools necessary to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle into their adult years. The LTAD model is an excellent representation of developing and training youth from early childhood into adulthood. It is a seven-stage model that can help keep physical activity fun and prevent overtraining and burnout. It also provides useful information on how to design programs that have proper progressions for their age and skill level, as well as realistic progressions to maximize their performance level as they get older and more competitive.