I’ve always enjoyed being physically active. I went into the Army after high school and loved the experience of becoming strong. But it wasn’t until I was 51 that I decided to register for the Lake Logan Sprint Triathlon so that I would have a reason to learn to swim. And learning to ride a bike on the roads and hills of Haywood County was a much different experience than riding a bike as a kid! I enjoy running 5K-Half marathons. Strength training has greatly improved my ability to continue to be active, but we need to be more than just strong. I’ve dealt with injuries over the years…it’s frustrating and humbling. Each time I endeavor to learn more about how our bodies work and what they need. I’ve come to appreciate the importance of recovery work…taking care of the body after pushing its limits. Understanding the importance of proper nutrition, hydration and mobility work are tools I’ve incorporated in my training and bring to my clients.
You will learn:
Range of Motion Biofeedback testing to ensure the workout is challenging, but not overworking you
Functional movement exercises
Proper form and technique