Today's topic is strength.
Strength can be measured in numerous ways. Power lifters obviously covet being able to pull BIG numbers off the floor. Gymnasts are concerned with being able to power through challenging manuevers with total control. Triatheletes measure their strength in extreme endurance.
The strength I look to develop in my clients, of course, depends upon their personal goals. But the overwhelming number of new clients I see fail to even have the basic strength to easily get up off the floor with smooth technique, or balance on one foot to pull a sock on the other foot, or complete a single, military strict pushup.
It all begins with OWNING simple life skills. The STRENGTH to move YOUR OWN BODY with grace, fluidity, balance and control. Training the basics, in a variety of challenging ways, results in a beautifully sculpted body that boasts strength, flexibilty, mobility and control.
I incorporate a blend of kettlebell strength and flexibility drills, TRX movements and challenges, free weights, mobility ladders, Bosu balls, heavy bags and body weight power, balance and movement drills.
When is the last time your strength was tested? Are you ready to improve the abilities and appearance of your body?
In person and virtual training slots are both available.
I felt guilty about how overweight I had become, and how out of shape I was. Bambi got my mind straight about the "journey" I was on. I'm a work in progress, and every week I learn something new from her about nutrition and living a life of fitness. My progress has been steady(!) and I'm motivated to stay in this for the long haul. To say I "love" my trainer is an understatement.