People make a mistake thinking that there is only one method of training. In fact, there are many, and they must coexist in a continuous chain of proven methods. Louie Simmons
The key to effective training is to identify the necessary adaptations and to systematically and progressively work towards developing them. Remember that the nature of training means it will not always be fun, or glamorous, or exciting, but you have to be willing to to do whatever it takes to get it done. Working "hard", or the perception of working hard, doesn't really mean anything. Sweating, vomitting, and heavy breathing could the aftermath of a good workout or a tropical disease kicking in.
Personal Training Programs
Clients are introduced to basic training principles and a variety of techniques, including powerlifting, kettlebells, sandbag and medicine ball drills, plyometrics, and bodyweight conditioning with the intent of providing balanced physical conditioning towards the basic components of fitness (endurance, strength, power, stability, speed, flexibility, stamina, agility), improving body composition and work capacity, building tolerance to physical and psychological stress, and assisting in the development of specialized motor skills that translate directly to sport or occupation. On occasion, clients may be grouped together according to skill level and/or specific training objectives.
Black Box (times TBA)
A hybrid version of the MEBB and CrossFit programming templates with emphasis on the use of kettlebell. This program will push the limits of your body and allow you to develop a level of fitness that can be applied to all aspects of your life.
STaKD™ (times TBA)
Suspension Training and Kettlebell Drills are united to form a unique group exercise program to assist in the development of well-rounded fitness. Learn to execute the primary kettlebell movements (swing, clean, snatch, press) for real-world strength and endurance then combine them with TRX drills to improve balance, coordination, and flexibility.
(*Minimum 4 participants)