Strength and Conditioning

Feeling strong for some people is not about the weight they are able to move, but is about being able to feel fit for life, play with their kids, enjoy the outdoors and better manage life’s demands. Joint Dynamics assists your body develop the strength to produce force or lift substantial weight relative to your bodyweight, physical alignment and current health. Feeling strong for some individuals has nothing to do with the weight they are able to move but the ability to feel fit for life, playing with their kids, being able to enjoy the outdoors or just managing life’s demands with ease and grace.Read More

Strength and conditioning

 

At Joint Dynamics our definition of strength is the body’s ability to produce force or lift substantial weight relative to that individual’s bodyweight, physical alignment and current health. Feeling strong for some individuals has nothing to do with the weight they are able to move but the ability to feel fit for life, playing with their kids, being able to enjoy the outdoors or just managing life’s demands with ease and grace.

 

Conditioning usually refers to the workload an athlete (we are all athletes) does in order to improve on his or her fitness needs. For a weight loss client, optimal conditioning could be metabolic conditioning, e.g. hill sprints after an initial foundation training phase. For a bodybuilder, it might be posing preparation. For a client who is rehabilitating after an injury, conditioning could be the exercise selection to aid in correcting the injury and restoring balance and health in the body.

 

Whatever the need and whoever the client, our experienced team can incrementally coach strength and conditioning, teaching and ensuring optimal technique for immediate, mid- and long-term gains.