Understanding individual Capabilities and Capacities. Our team will assess and determine where to start.
No one needs to be in any specific shape to gain vitality. It’s about personal choice; appreciating life and wanting to live. There are different levels at “Integrated Vitality” i.e. Novice-intermediate-advanced.
Yes. It is important to create exclusivity. At times members need dedicated time and attention to overcome confidence, lack of knowledge, motivated to perform, improve and overcome obstacles and achieve personal goals.
Currently it’s not available but we’re in process of establishing someone to supervise and entertain children.
Absolutely. All are welcome. We utilize our experience and knowledge to develop innovative techniques and implement solutions to complex challenges, including rehabilitation from injury, improving cardio-vascular health, building strength, increasing flexibility, and progressively develop mobility.
Any age is welcome.
We offer group classes and personal training. You can purchase bulk or per session memberships.
Cardio, strength and mobility support functionality; the three areas promote movement (e.g. rehabilitation, improve performance and sustain life).
Cardiovascular activity: is any exercise that raises your heart rate. Face it our bodies were made to move
Strength movement: is a type of physical exercise specializing in the use of resistance to induce muscular contraction which builds the strength, anaerobic endurance, and size of skeletal muscles.
Mobility training: the ability to move or be moved freely and easily.
Overall a combination of human functionality; body movements. Workouts are dependent of individual needs i.e. rehabilitation, improve performance, maintenance, etc. Modalities ranging from Powerlifting, Weightlifting, Athletics, Mobility to Tactical military movement’s).
6 major movement patterns i.e. Traverse, Sagittal and Frontal
- Bend (Deadlift)
The three types of muscle contraction are Isometric, Isotonic, and Isokinetic. Isometric is defined as that type of contraction where muscle tension and muscle length remain constant. This type of exercise provides muscle strength gains but only at the joint angle held during the exercise. Isotonic contraction is defined as that where the muscle tension remains constant and muscle length varies. Isokinetic contraction is defined as varying tension and length.