There is more to strength and conditioning than just losing weight and gaining muscle mass. It uses exercise to provide functional benefits (such as improving posture and ameliorate muscle imbalance), physiological benefits (such as improving bone density and promotes production of good cholesterol) and can also reduce the risk of injury (and/or reinjury).
With the help of kinesiology, biomechanics, and physiology, we come up with ideal exercise programs in order to reap the best benefits during our strength and conditioning sessions. Whether or not you are new to exercise or have been exercising for years, we are always happy to educate while helping you achieve your goals.
The following is a list of services provided under our Strength and Conditioning Department:
One-on-one strength and conditioning sessions (personal training)