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Three Foundations to Fitness


Aerobic Fitness or Cardiorespiratory Endurance – the ability to deliver oxygen and nutrients to tissues, and to remove wastes, over sustained periods of time. Any activity you do — from taking a walk to washing the dishes — requires oxygen. Regular aerobic fitness exercise increases your body’s ability to use oxygen.

There are many benefits of cardiorespiratory fitness. It can reduce the risk of heart disease, lung cancer, type 2 diabetes, stroke, and other diseases. Cardiorespiratory fitness helps improve lung and heart condition, and increases feelings of wellbeing.

Resistance & Strength

Resistance training (also called strength training or weight training) is the use of resistance to muscular contraction to build the strength, anaerobic endurance and size of skeletal muscles.

A well-rounded fitness program includes strength training to improve joint function, bone density, muscle, tendon and ligament strength, as well as aerobic exercise to improve your heart and lung fitness, flexibility and balance exercises. It is recommend that adults do muscle strengthening activities on at least two days each week.

Flexibility & Mobility

Flexibility refers to the muscle’s ability to lengthen. This could be during static movements or dynamic movements. The more flexible someone is, the easier it is for their muscles to lengthen. Some people may not be able to get a lot of range from a static stretch but under dynamic forces they might have good movement. For example, touching the toes versus swinging the leg up towards the head when standing. It’s important to train a bit of both but dynamic stretching will have better carry over to every day life and training.

Mobility is the joint’s ability to move fluidly with stability through a certain range of movement. The more mobility you have, the better you will move when performing different movements. ‘Mobilising’ should refer to getting a joint moving better, rather than a muscle, as our joints hold up to 50% of our flexibility.

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We all have unlimited potential for change, it’s just a matter of time and commitment to get the results you want. Let’s define your “why” and optimize your daily schedule to get you the results you want!

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Health, Fitness & Nutrition

The holistic health plan covers all five aspects of health – Physical, Emotional, Social, Spiritual, and Mental.
A custom fitness and nutrition plan will be provided as well as guidance to incorporate healthier habits that support emotional, social, spiritual and mental well-being.
$ 500 per month
  • Nutrition Review and Coaching
  • Physical Activity Review and Coaching
  • Stress Management Coaching
  • Bi-weekly check-ins
  • Easy monthly billing

Fitness & Nutrition Coaching

A custom fitness and nutrition plan tailored to meet your goals based on your experience and skill level. Fitness programs range from no equipment at home to full gym and equipment. The nutrition plan will be based on your fitness goals and take into consideration any likes, dislikes, allergies, sensitivities, etc.
$ 300 per month
  • Nutrition Review and Coaching
  • Physical Activity Review and Coaching
  • Equipment Review
  • Monthly check-ins
  • Easy monthly billing

Nutrition Planning

You will keep a 2 to 3-day food & drink journal. Upon completion, it will be reviewed and evaluated for nutrient density and quality. A meal plan will be constructed for you based on your likes, dislikes, allergies, sensitivities, etc. and your nutrition goals. Supplements will be recommended based on gaps in nutrient density.
$ 150 One time
  • Evaluate current food intake
  • Customized meal plan for you
  • Optimized nutrient density
  • Reach your nutritional goals
  • One Time Purchase
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