"Strength Is Movement Proficiency"
REINFORCE - For Efficient Movement
Once we determine a starting point we reinforce healthier movement with specific exercises designed to promote joint stability through a broader range of motion.
RELOAD - For Stronger Movement
To secure the progress we reload the body with resistance training to build strength and endurance through the more efficient movement.
We'll work with you immediately after, or during, your physical therapy appointments
Train to be resilient against the risks of your sport. Improve the core movements of your sport
General Health and fitness
We'll help you get better and more efficient at everyday tasks
Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) Training
See below for more details
Improve your movement function to enhance your activities of daily living
Maintain your specific physical fitness goals on the go or in the comfort of your own home
Chronic Pain Management
Conditions that can be managed, and assisted, through exercise
Accountability Training Sessions
We offer guided walkthroughs of your physical therapist given exercises
Blood Flow Restriction - BFR
Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) Training is a safe and very specific type of training that stimulates a strong metabolic response brought on by partially restricting blood flow in certain areas of the body during exercise. It sounds crazy for those who have not heard about it or haven’t tried it but we practice very safe protocols to ensure appropriate levels of use.
BFR training has been used for rehabilitation and resistance training for decades as a revolutionary way to increase muscular size and strength. With less needed emphasis on working intensity and session length it is a perfect tool for recovering an injury when movement is limited and when time is limited as well. The style of this training makes it ideal for athletes and for the general health and fitness crowd since it can be used as a seamless transition between training phases during a deload as well as a strength boost when you are breaking through to new limits.
There is more to blood flow restriction training than can be easily explained so if you have any questions please reach out and ask us.