• General Fitness
  • TRX Suspension Training
  • Individual Performance Training
  • Team Performance Training
  • Injury/Road To Recovery
Shoulders - Floor/Physioball Y: PreHab SHOULDERS - Floor/Physioball Y Objective: To improve shoulder stability, strengthen rotator cuff, scapular strength. Starting Position: Lie Prone (facedown) over the top of the ball so that your back is flat and your chest is off the ball. Action: While gliding your shoulder blades back and down toward your waist, lift your arms over head to form a Y. Lower your chest and arms and repeat. Keys: Keep your thumbs up. Top of abs should be in middle of ball. ... Read more
Shoulders - Floor/Physioball T: PreHab SHOULDERS - Floor/Physioball T Objective: To improve shoulder stability, strengthen rotator cuff, scapular strength. Starting Position: Lie Prone (facedown) over the top of the ball so that your back is flat and your chest is off the ball. Action: Pull your shoulder blades in toward your spine and extend your arms to the side to create a T with your torso. Keep your arms long and straight , 90 degrees to your torso. Keys: Keep your thumbs up and pointed toward ceiling. Keep your head in line with spine. Squeeze shoulder blades together. ... Read more
Shoulders - Floor/Physioball W: PreHab SHOULDERS - Floor/Physioball W Objective: To improve shoulder stability, strengthen rotator cuff, scapular strength. Starting Position: Lie Prone (facedown) over the top of the ball so that your back is flat and your chest is off the ball. Action: Squeeze your elbows in toward your ribs. Rotate your thumbs back toward the ceiling, squeezing your shoulder blades together to form a W. Continue to rotate hands back as far as possible, elbows at your side. Keys: Be sure to rotate thumbs to feel the squeeze in lower shoulder blades. ... Read more
Shoulders - Floor/Physioball L: PreHab SHOULDERS - Floor/Physioball L Objective: To improve shoulder stability, strengthen rotator cuff, scapular strength. Starting Position: Lie Prone (facedown) over the top of the ball so that your back is flat and your chest is off the ball. Action: Flex your elbow to create a 90-degree angle with your upper arm. Squeeze your shoulder blades together to raise your upper arms to 90-degrees to your torso, creating a pair of Ls. Externally rotate your upper arms so that the backs of your hands reach toward the ceiling. Retrace pattern back to starting position. Keys: Squeeze your shoulder blades, keeping shoulder blades back and down. Rotate hands back as far as possible. ... Read more
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It Takes Courage Getting Started

If you are not happy with the way you look or feel, change it! If you take that first step, I will gladly be by your side to guide you and encourage you as you dedicate yourself to improving your quality of life through fitness. Here are the various types of personal fitness training programs which I offer and strongly encourage.  Which of these Personal Training Programs best fits your needs?

General Fitness: Essential to building a body better equipped to handle life's daily activities, adding years of longevity while minimizing long term health problems.

TRX Suspension Training: Total-body Resistance Exercise is the newest and most effective way to train your core and your entire body without impact and extra torque on the joints. All ages and levels of fitness can benefit with amazing results just by lifting your body weight and gravity at different angles to increase or decrease resistance.

Individual Performance Training: Available to anyone interested in improving sport specific skills such as vertical jump, speed and quickness, reaction time, agility, hand-eye coordination, and balance, to name a few.

Team Performance Training: Offered at the high school or college level and focuses on developing physical conditioning and team skills through pre-season, seasonal, and off-season programs.

Injury/Road To Recovery: Special care is offered for those who are coming back from injuries or have experienced ongoing muscular or joint problems that have caused limitations in movements or daily activities.