FitnEze Personal Training!
FitnEze Integrated Programs will develop a comprehensive program to help achieve set goals while physically and mentally challenging you through the process.
In the comfort of your own swimming pool or at one our swimming pool locations FitnEze offers Aqua-Fitness. Aerobic exercise is essential for weight control, cardiovascular health and overall fitness. Aqua Fitness integrates aerobic activity with water resistance inside the pool; performing aerobic exercises in water can be more efficient than training on land. Aquatic exercise offers many unique benefits such as safety and injury prevention; the buoyancy of water reduces impact on weightbearing joints like the knees and elbows. Aqua-Fitness is great for people of all ages.
An imminent walk down the aisle brings many feelings to the surface, and one major feeling is the fear of not fitting into the perfect dress. Trepidation soon turns into motivation as brides-to-be begin including workouts into their schedules and limiting their food intake.
FitnEze is offering a 6-week program of group and private training sessions in order to find the perfect fit into your gorgeous wedding dress!
The fitness regimen of this program involves 4 training sessions a week which consist of different drills and cardio conditioning to help burn fat, tone up and build lean muscle mass.
Don't wait until last minute; set up your "Bride To Be" Boot Camp immediately!!!
Pre-NATAL / POST NATAL
Pre-Natal Studies indicate that exercising during pregnancy can result in an easier labor and a faster return to a woman's pre-pregnancy body. In fact, habits adopted during pregnancy could affect a woman's health for the rest of her life. Our pre/post-natal Fitness Trainers have in-depth knowledge of the safest and most effective exercises for our clients and their babies. Benefits of pre-natal exercise programs include: increased circulation and endurance; decreased back pain; strengthening and stretching for essential muscle groups (hips, back, abdominals and pelvic floor). Post-Natal recommendation is to gradually return to activity post-partum to strengthen your core and regain overall fitness. In conjunction with appropriate nutrition, we'll project short and long-term goals that relieve stress, increase metabolism, build strength and shed unwanted pounds.
They say with age comes beauty yet good physical health is the key to accomplishing a healthy, long life. A modern mindset, a healthier lifestyle and an enthusiasm for life all lead to bodies that feel, function and look younger than our actual years. We offer various combinations of cardio training, balance and flexibility exercises. Using equipment such as resistance bands, medicine balls and dumbbells our training will enhance your health, strength and stamina for the long term.
SMALL GROUP TRAINING
Workout with friends and family to give your training session a competitive edge. High intensity interval training will build lean muscle burn fat and keep you motivated. Our group sessions can offer full body circuits or focus on specific body parts or goals. Feel free to form your own group or join an existing session. Also consider this as the most economical choice for your conditioning needs.
SPORT SPECIFIC TRAINING
Tennis, golf, cycling, skiing, basketball or swimming, whichever your sport may be, we'll create a specific training program to improve your overall performance. FitnEze customizes a specific program scientifically proven to boost your peak performance in competition. These programs may include flexibility, cardiovascular, weight and core training; ply-metrics and agility.
STRENGTH & CONDITIONING
A comprehensive evaluation including, age, weight, cardiovascular fitness, joint function and exercise history will be performed. Based on your profile, a customized program of resistance training, aerobic conditioning, balance and agility/flexibility-based techniques is strategically integrated. The goal is to increase strength, power and muscle size; develop a lean, well-conditioned physique; and encourage longevity and endurance. Utilizing stability balls, medicine balls, free weights, jump ropes, kettle bells, tubing and even your own body's resistance, we ensure a compelling, progressively challenging experience for men and women of all ages.
ST. TROPEZ BOOT CAMP
It s hot outside, Are you ready to drop those clothes and be bikini ready? Get the confidence to bare it allin a bikini by committing to our Saint Tropez Boot camp.
FitnEze is offering 6 weeks program of group and private training sessions In order to Rock your bikini this summer. The fitness regimen of this program involves 4 or 2 training sessions a week. Saint Tropez bootcamp consist on a full body workout, which consist of different drills and cardio conditioning to help burn fat, tone up and built muscle mass.
Ready to commit? Set Up Your Saint Tropez Boot camp!
Over-indulgence, pregnancy, thyroid problems, water retention or just the general effects of age and slower metabolism leads to weight gain and can easily spiral out of control. By understanding your personal situation we can create a suitable and enjoyable program to increase your confidence while decreasing your weight. In order to target weight loss and the general reshaping of your body we integrate a variety of training methods such as cardio training, palates, free weights, core, abdominal and stretching techniques. While physical results will be evident, our real mission focuses on developing new lifestyles in order to sustain the body and confidence you work hard to achieve.
Keep your children busy and healthy with fun after school fitness programs. It's never too early to build a healthy fitness foundation that will benefit your child's life throughout their teenage and adult years. Build self esteem and discipline; prevent sports related injuries, and develop a true foundation for life long fitness. Resistance, cardiovascular and flexibility training clearly improve agility, balance, quickness, speed and strength and core stability. Aspiring athletes gain the right techniques to pursue their sport by building basic skill components; your child will have an edge towards their performance and overall good health.
Current physical activities, fitness goals and health history will be the foundation of your individualized FitnEze training program. This "baseline" analysis will help us create the optimal program to reach your goals as quickly and as safely as possible.
Based on your consultation and or physician recommendations we'll design a detailed fitness program that will allow you to meet and surpass your fitness goals. As you progress, we will modify and reassess your program, continuously challenge your body….and mind..
FitnEze trainers will be in sync with your fitness goals, personality and lifestyle. We believe this is an important element in the client-trainer relationship. Our mission is to maximize your overall FITNEZE experience.
- 1 Single PT Session (1hr): $80
- 10 (1hr) Sessions Package: $750
- 20 (1hr) Sessions Package: $1400
- 1hr Group Session: $30 per person
(Min 4 people; max 15 people)
- 1hr: $80
- Package: 10/1hr AQUA-FITNESS: $750
- Package: 20/1hr AQUA-FITNESS: $1400
- Group Package: 1hr /$30 per person
(Min 4 people; max 15 people)
- 45 min session: $20
- 10 session package: $190
- 20 session package: $370
(Min 4 people; max 15 people)
Best Exercises to Beat the Holiday BulgeWhy does it seem that during the holidays, the excess pounds tend to attach directly to our most troubling problem areas? It’s no wonder that late night TV infomercials and fad products tug at our insecurities and promise to tone that problem area in just minutes a day. Unfortunately, the fact is that many of these promises are not based on science — the concept of spot reduction is based on the flawed notion that it is possible to burn off fat from a specific part of the body by selectively exercising that area of the body only, which is simply not true. The truth is that regular exercise (both cardio and strength training) in conjunction with a sensible diet is the only way to truly eliminate excess body fat, and keep it off long-term.
But in addition to eliminating excess body fat, it’s important to also focus on strengthening muscles in order to sport a more sculpted, lean physique. The American Council on Exercise has done the research to uncover some of the most effective exercises for the three most commonly cited “trouble areas” of the body — the butt (glutes), the core (abdominals), and the upper arms (triceps). So when you feel you’ve had one too many egg nogs over the course of the holiday season and they’re starting to show, incorporate the following exercises into your workout routine in order to help you achieve a more toned physique in the New Year.
Ever heard the phrase, ”that dessert just went straight to my behind?” While that isn’t literally true, for many of us, the excess calories we consume throughout the holiday season can result in a bit more “junk in the trunk.” Research has helped to pinpoint a few tried and true exercises that effectively strengthen and develop the gluteus maximus and gluteus medius, the two main muscles that make up what we often refer to as our butt (or fanny depending on where you’re from).
Quadruped Bent-Knee Hip Extension — The name of this exercise may sound complex, but the truth is, this easy-to-perform exercise can be done just about anywhere, using no equipment. Research conducted by the University of Wisconsin La Crosse found that the quadruped bent-knee hip extension elicited a higher degree of muscle activation (both in the gluteus maximus and minimus) than many other commonly performed exercises, and it can be an effective exercise option for those with knee issues who may have difficulty performing other standing glute exercises.
Forward Lunge —Another great exercise that can be done at the gym, at home, or in your hotel room while traveling is the forward lunge. It is a movement pattern that is performed not only during workouts, but also during activities of daily living, so proper mechanics are extremely important in order to perform this exercise effectively and safely. Once you become familiar with the forward lunge, you can try different variations of the lunge to really challenge your gluteal muscles.
Step Ups—What do you get when you combine a 12-15” step or box with a pair of dumbbells? A highly effective exercise for strengthening the glutes, called dumbbell step-ups, which also mimics actions in our daily lives. When performing this exercise, pay close attention to your knee, ankle and foot position, and avoid rolling the foot in or out when stepping up onto the platform.
Let's talk abs. Research on "traditional" abdominal exercises commonly performed at the gym — bicycle crunches and stability ball crunches — found that these exercises are in fact effective at activating both the rectus abdominis and the obliques, two of the muscles which comprise what we often think of as our "core." The problem, however, is that these exercises, while effective at engaging our abdominal muscles, also may result in a great deal of load being placed on our spines, according to research. (This won't help your dance moves at this year's holiday events.) To spare the spine and also develop strong core function (and a more defined midsection if that's what you're into) try these exercises, which not only strengthen the muscles of the core, but also focus on enhancing low-back stability.
Front Plank —The front plank (and also the side plank discussed below) is a great exercise to effectively target your abdominal muscles while building muscular endurance, which researchers such as Dr. Stuart McGill have found help to lower the risk of developing back issues later down the road. If you're new to the front plank, begin with holding this exercise for 5-10 seconds. As you build your endurance, you can begin to progress towards holding this position for 30 seconds to upwards of 1 minute.
Research has shown that the side plank not only effectively activates several key muscles of the core (the obliques, transverse abdominis and quadratuslumborum), but that this combination of muscle recruitment actually helps to ensure stability in the spine. As you become comfortable with this exercise you can progress to other variations, ranging from intermediate to advanced depending on your goals and ability level.
Side Plank —
Although the name of this exercise might have you thinking of two different (yet equally adorable) animals, the reality is that this exercise is highly effective in training the body to stabilize the lower back during movement while also providing a great challenge to abdominal muscles (specifically the rectus abdominis and transverse abdominis). When performing the bird-dog, avoid holding the exercise for long periods of time (7-8 seconds should be all that you need); instead, focus on increasing the number of repetitions to build endurance as opposed to increasing the amount of time you hold the fully extended position.
THE UPPER ARMS
One area of the body that tends to get a lot of exposure, especially in holiday dresses, is the upper arms. To reduce the amount of "jiggle," you'll want to strengthen the triceps, the muscles located in the back of the upper arms with some research supported exercises.
Triangle Push-Up —A variation of the traditional push-up, the triangle push-up involves placing the thumbs and forefingers together with the hands directly underneath the chest. Just like the traditional push-up proper form is key, so if you're new to performing triangle push-ups you may opt to perform this exercise with bent knees keeping the hands in the same triangle position before progressing to the full plank position with the body.
Dips are a highly effective triceps exercise, which can be done in the gym using dip bars or a weight bench. Or, it can be done at home using a sturdy chair. This exercise represents a relatively functional movement (think about the motions you go through when lifting yourself out of your favorite chair), but when done incorrectly it can place a great deal of stress on the shoulder joint, so be sure to focus on proper form throughout the movement.
Using dumbbells (or a jug of water or large canned good), triceps kickback is another exercise in which proper form is imperative — not only for effectively targeting the triceps, but also for safety reasons in order to prevent any additional loading on your spine. If you're looking for guidance on proper form for this exercise (or any of the other exercises discussed here) in order to maximize your workout and ensure your safety, consider enlisting the help of an ACE-certified personal trainer.
Triceps Kickback —
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