F.I.T. for Life is: Functional Integrated Training

All clients start with the Functional Movement System (presently used by the NFL) to identify dysfunctional movement patterns. Next, our trainers correct dysfunctional patterns through a system of corrective movements in the form of stretching, mobilizing and strengthening. Once the body is moving in acceptable patterns we give our clients various multi-joint exercises to keep the body strong and core strong in all ranges of motion. Our tools and exercises of choice include:

  • Kettlebells for swinging, cleaning, correctives, pressing, squatting and snatching
  • Dumbbells, sandbags and bands for lunging, stepping, and lateral movement
  • Functional trainer for various forms of chopping and cross-body patterning
  • Various barbells, power racks, and a monolift for squatting and deadlifting
  • Glute-ham rasie and reverse hyper for unparalled posterior chain recruitment
  • Prowlers, sleds, battle ropes, and much more for General Physical Preparedness
  • Body weight drills for core stability, joint mobility and proper core firing patterns
  • Suspended ropes, rings, and suspension trainers for innovative pull-up variations
  • Alter-G anti-gravity treadmill for speed, conditioning, and injury rehabilitation
  • Competition bench press with various bars for Powerlifting and bodybuilding
  • Bands and chains for accommodating resistance and getting crazy strong
  • Landmine and clubbells for advanced rotational core stability

Sometimes clients require more attention in order to get rid of the root cause of their dysfunction. When the Functional Movement System fails to clear up dysfunction the remedy is beyond the principles of that system and a more powerful system must be employed. The tools of this system are:

  • Neurologically based, so you will experience rapid changes.
  • Aware that mobile joints create strong, pain-free movement.
  • Aware that compromised joints equal weak, painful movement.
  • Lasting changes in your movement are achieved by changing your joints signals.
  • Working with clients visual, vestibular and proprioceptive systems, resulting in a more comprehensive approach to changing movement and pain patterns.
  • Initiated active movements by the client rather than passive techniques; which are more accepted by the clients nervous system and easier to maintain between sessions.
  • Sympethetic to the bodys survival mechanism and works with them; therefore the client is always being watched for signs of discomfort commonly referred to as the startle response.
  • Non-tollerant of client pain; because pain during therapy sessions can be interpreted by the clients nervous system as a threat. It is therefore counterproductive to recovery.
  • All backed up with supporting DVDs and manuals for client reference and practice.
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