PRIVATE AND SEMI-PRIVATE TRAINING
Our private and semi-private sessions are carefully designed, taking into consideration not only your goals, but also your ability level, your understanding of exercise fundamentals, and your realistic level of commitment. Personal Training is offered in both 30 and 60-minute sessions and your trainer will be right there to guide you every step of the way!
Boxing is a high-intensity workout, and incorporating adequate resting periods is essential for preventing injury and allowing your muscles time to recuperate. If you are a beginner, incorporate one cardio boxing class into your routine per week to start, and increase to two or three weekly classes after you've increased your stamina and strength. For weight loss, three aerobic boxing classes per week, with rest days in between each, allows your body adequate recovery time without sacrificing results. Boxing is particularly well suited for individuals with decreased lower body mobility as a majority of the movements can be performed using only the upper body. Boxing may also be a source of stress relief for people who are looking for an outlet for anxiety or aggression.
Exercise Therapy is a regimen or plan of physical activities designed and prescribed for specific therapeutic goals.
Exercise therapy is based on the principles of exercise science and when adapted to the neurologically impaired client, its focus is on the recovery of the function above and below the site of injury.
Why is exercise therapeutic?
Therapeutic exercise can reduce pain and improve muscular strength, balance, and range of motion in individuals with osteoarthritis. ... A systematic review of therapeutic exercise in individuals with osteoarthritis of the hip found that it can improve physical function.
What is the difference between therapeutic exercise and therapeutic activity?
Therapeutic activities also involve one-on-one, 15-minute sessions between a patient and a physical therapist. ... Additionally, whereas even active therapeutic exercises involve one parameter being measured at most (such as strength, flexibility, or endurance), therapeutic activities involve multiple.