I teach FitCamps all around Tarrant County and I love it! But a few questions ALWAYS come up when I’m speaking with FitCampers…
- “Why don’t we stretch before we start?”
- “Why don’t we stretch at the end of a workout?”
My answer is simple. EVERY trainer… including myself has a philosophy about what to do, how much and when… mine is as follows:
I believe in postponing stretching until bedtime. Static stretches — the kind you hold for about a minute — can actually sap your muscles’ power output. Treat your muscles and yourself by doing them before you hit the sack, as opposed to before you exercise; you can make gains in flexibility as you relax.
I believe in skipping the cool-down. Studies show that when it comes to injury prevention and post-workout soreness, there’s little to no benefit in doing a formal cool-down. In addition, I specialize in workouts that mimic the way you move in REAL Life.
To recover, a few minutes of easy walking — around the locker room, back to your office — should be enough.
When it comes to working out…
I specialize in FUNCTIONAL FITNESS; SHORT, EFFICIENT, FULL-BODY workouts that mimic the way you move in REAL Life. In just 2-3 sessions per week you’ll:
- Incinerate Fat & Calories
- Stoke Your Metabolism
- Increase Endurance
- Build Strength
- Move Efficiently
- Prevent Injury
- Improve Flexibility & Balance
- Lessen Joint Pain
- Tighten your Core
- Keep your workouts fresh
- Fuel your motivation
- Make exercise fun and exciting
Looking for super-speedy routines that count as your exercise for the day? Done. Small group training can give you the accountability, group support, and professional expertise you need to take your fitness to the next level while keeping expenses down. If you don’t like it, talk with your trainer to determine if one-on-one training or a different group would be a better fit.
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