Aquatic personal training is becoming very popular as a way of training with lower impact to the joints, yet offering the high intensity of cross-training. Professional athletes use aquatic training for conditioning, doctors recommend it for injury rehabilitation, and many use it as their primary form of exercise just because it’s enjoyable. Let’s look at the numerous benefits of aquatic personal training and who might get the most out of it.
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If free weights aren’t currently part of your strength training program, they should be! Machines and cables are still necessary to balance out your training program, but free weights offer many benefits to strengthen your arms and other important muscle groups. Let’s learn about the benefits of free weights and why they should be a part of your training arsenal.
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As a trainer, I’ve been offering small group training for about 10 years. It began because one-on-one training can get expensive, and some of my clients asked if there was a way to get additional sessions in the week for less, with about the same quality individual experience. So, at the time, I began putting small groups of individuals together for common workouts, but still planning it like a personal training session. Continue reading Why Try Small Group Training?
There’s one thing many of us will question in our lifetime: “How often do I need to exercise to see the fastest results?” Elite has the staff capable of giving you the advice to head in the right direction. Continue reading How Often Should I Exercise to See the Fastest Results?
The first installment regarding functional movement exercises espoused some benefits of this type of fitness training. In this installment, the focus will be on how the 7 assessments of the Functional Movement Screen (FMS) can help you figure out where to begin. Continue reading The 7 Assessments of a Functional Movement Screen