Don’t let your workout go to waste!
Is your exercise routine just that—a routine? Here’s the sad truth about many “fitness programs”: If your workout is boring, it probably isn’t doing you much good. Many people invest in costly exercise equipment that they hardly ever use or—even worse—use incorrectly. Or they drag themselves to the gym a few times a week, but they do the same tired routine over and over so they get very little benefit from it. Way too many people who actually take the time to exercise regularly get less than the full benefit of their workout because they don’t really know what they’re doing.
I don’t want you to be one of them.
And you don’t have to be. I can help you create a customized training program designed especially for you, taking into account your current physical condition, exercise preferences, lifestyle, and fitness goals. I’ll give you easy-to-follow instructions for each activity so you’ll know how to get maximum benefit from your program. And we’ll adjust the program as we go so it will continue to be effective as your body becomes stronger, leaner, and more flexible.
So—no more guessing what kind of exercise program is best for you. Together we’ll figure out what the obstacles are to accomplishing your fitness goals and we’ll find ways to overcome them. And we’ll work together to keep the program fresh so you get the most out of the time you spend working out.
Putting the Program Together
There are a lot of different pieces that go into creating a balanced, well-structured fitness program. Here are some of the different kinds of training we’ll draw from to build a program for you:
Core training—Training the muscles that stabilize your spine during movement is a key part of injury prevention.
Balance training—Enhancing your ability to move comfortably through space and keep your balance will allow you to maintain your independence as you age.
Functional training—Training the body to flow through each plane of motion necessary to maintain functional movement.
Cardiovascular training—This includes aerobic activities such as running, swimming, and biking, which increase your heart rate and build cardiovascular strength and endurance. It’s also an important part of weight management.
Resistance training—This is commonly known as strength training or weight lifting. There are many ways to approach this type of training—from free weights to machines to resistance bands—depending on your needs and preferences.
Flexibility training—Increasing your flexibility as you increase your strength will improve your range of motion and greatly enhance your ease of movement.
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Stocco Fitness Training