Rebalancing is proactive strength training focused on developing and maintaining good postural alignment and functional motor patterns, utilizing a wide range of movement practices and corrective exercises.
We all have muscle imbalances throughout our bodies, usually due to performing repetitive tasks and activities. If we choose to ignore these strength and flexibility imbalances, we are much more susceptible to injuries.
Over the past 25 years I have overcome many serious injuries and have successfully rehabilitated both ACL ligaments and meniscus tears in my knees, an AC ligament separation in my shoulder, broken vertebrae, and carpel tunnel in both wrists.
Most people wait until they are injured to begin doing rehabilitation exercises. By being pro-active vs reactive you can avoid spending time and money recovering from a preventable condition.
Today's work environment, full of technology and automation, has contributed to a physically inactive and unhealthy lifestyle. The average working professional sits in an unnatural posture for hours at a time, and is required to move very little on a daily basis.
This decrease in activity and prolonged sitting posture often leads to muscular dysfunction, including low back pain, knee injuries, musculoskeletal injuries, and chronic diseases such as obesity, cardiovascular diseases, arthritis, and diabetes.
It is wise to combat these negative effects by actively working to discover and correct neuromuscular imbalances in the body. This will greatly reduce your risk of injury, improve your postural alignment, and allow you the freedom to do the activities you love.
To accomplish this, we must first perform an overall fitness evaluation and assess your abilities, strengths and weaknesses. Then, it is important to re-balance the body and prepare for the next level of activity in your progression.
After the rebalancing phase, I will continue to show you how to make fitness fun and enjoyable. I will teach you how to utilize your surrounding environment to achieve your fitness goals.
To attain and keep results, you must be consistent. By enjoying your fitness activities you will strengthen your success formula. I believe that if you view working out as play, the path to wellness and balance will follow.
High Performance Strength Coaching
I utilize exercise science strategies employed by world renowned strength coach Charles Poliquin and movement experts Ido Portal and David Weck, coupled with "Action Strength", a complete functional fitness training system developed by Jeet Kune Do master Sifu Harinder Singh Sabharwal.
Action Strength is a unique martial arts-based approach to develop your power and mobility. It combines kettlebells, mace, body weight and martial arts movements to enhance strength, endurance, agility, flexibility and balance.
You will learn to align the mind-body-spirit connection through proper focus of breath, posture, and intent using Tai-Chi, Qi-Gong, Filipino Kali/Escrima, and the Ancient Indian art of Mala Vidya.
These fitness systems and strategies are designed to create the super athlete and will help you reach your highest potential.
Activity Coaching and Sport Specific Training
It is important to find activities that you enjoy, making it easier for you to be consistent. Customized creative fitness programs are based on your interests and tailored for your success.
Cross-training in multiple sports will enhance your coordination, agility, strength, and balance. Incorporating activity into your daily routine can preserve the body's range of motion and increase the quality of your life.
Your program may include many of the following activities:
- Balance training
- Body weight training
- Coordination & footwork drills
- Cycling on & off road
- Disc golf
- Energy drills & sparring
- Ground fighting drills
- Hacky sack
- Hand Balancing
- Jump training
- Kicking drills
- Knife throwing
- Mala Vidya
- Martial arts (Jeet Kune Do, Small Circle Ju Trap Boxing, Kali/Escrima, Kung Fu - Wing Chun, Muay Thai, Savate, Jiu-Jitsu, Kina Mutai, Dumog, Tai Chi, Pananjakaman, Panantukan)
- Mobility training
- Primal movement
- Rock climbing & bouldering
- Roller blading
- Slack lining
- Speed & obstacle courses
- Sprint training
- Stick & knife drills / sparring
- Weight training