Our personal trainers at PERFORMANCE have degrees in exercise science as well as a nationally accredited certification. Training programs are custom designed to deliver results based on the client’s overall goals in both a 1-on-1 setting as well as in a semi-private setting.
Our training services include a detailed musculoskeletal evaluation, an assessment of one’s energy systems, custom designed program with specific goals and integration of recovery and optimization services such as cryotherapy, blood flow restriction and massage. The trainers at PERFORMANCE look at the whole body and the whole picture of the client and measure areas such as heart rate variability, activity levels, stress levels, sleep and caloric intake to help achieve client goals.
Our 1-on-1 training sessions are offered in 30-minute and 60-minute increments. Every training client receives a full, in-depth musculoskeletal evaluation to assess how your body is moving and identifies any areas that are weak or are injured.
The trainer takes your entire lifestyle into account including quality of sleep, eating habits and stress levels. The goals are created collaboratively with the trainer, client and any other healthcare provider so that optimal performance can be achieved.
Semi-private training sessions are 2 to 4 clients exercising together. Prior to being put in a semi-private group, each individual is evaluated by a member of our clinical team as to their level of ability and for any physical limitations. After the evaluation, our team huddles to discuss the design of the program.
The lead trainer curates programming that varies daily based on the individuals in that group setting. This assures a customized program for each individual, assuring safety and optimal outcomes from the sessions.
How long is each workout?
The training sessions typically are offered in 30 minute or 60-minute time frames. The evaluation component is always 60 minutes. Once the evaluation is complete, the trainer will recommend which time duration is best for the client, based on goals and any current limitations or current injuries.
How often should I work out with my trainer?
Adults should do muscle strengthening activities of moderate or greater intensity and that involve all major muscle groups on 2 or more days a week, as these activities provide additional health benefits. Several studies support the importance of strength training for overall health and longevity.
Can I train with a friend or a group of friends?
Yes. Our semi-private offerings are geared toward those who benefit from working out with friends. This helps accountability.