Kinetic Chain Assessment

All programs are designed based on a comprehensive kinetic chain assessment.  The head-to-toe fitness evaluation assesses an individual’s strengths and weaknesses in the areas of posture, movement, strength, flexibility, and athletic performance.

Movement observations are often the quickest way to gain an overall impression of a client’s functional status. As posture is a dynamic quality, these observations show postural distortion in a dynamic setting. The observation process serves as a search for imbalances in anatomy, physiology or biomechanics that may decrease client’s results and possibly lead to injury both in and out of the fitness environment. The Overhead Squat and Single Leg Squat are movement assessment tools that helps detect muscle imbalances by objectively assessing total kinetic-chain neuromuscular efficiency, integrated functional strength and dynamic flexibility. This is a simple assessment procedure that provides your Fitness Professional with a wealth of information.

Body Composition Assessment

Bioimpedance testing provides trainers with a non-invasive tool for objectively monitoring body composition – a key indicator of health and vitality. These measurements increase the certainty of an accurate assessment and allow the practitioner to develop and prioritize nutrition and strength programs.

  • Bioimpedance Measurements:  Readout of the client’s resistance, reactance, and phase angle. This information is obtained through a direct measurement of the complex impedance of the human body.
  • Mass Distribution:  Mass consists of lean body mass (or fat-free mass) and fat mass. Lean body mass is further broken down into its two key components – body cell mass and extracellular mass. Body cell mass is the total cellular mass of living cells. It is the metabolically active tissue of the body. Extracellular mass is the fluid and tissue of the body found outside the cell.
  • Water Compartments:  Total body water, and its two components – intracellular water and extracellular water. Intracellular water is the fluid contained within the cell. Healthy cells maintain their integrity and hold their fluids inside. Extracellular water is the fluid outside the cell. An increase in extracellular water may indicate disturbance in the cellular membrane.


Our comprehensive approach provides an easy-to-use system for exercise selection based on the client’s goals, needs, wants, and abilities.  The endless choices of exercises, and the unique progressions keep every program fun, dynamic, and most importantly, successful.  the following phase progression represents the various phases of training one might go through.


Our systemic approach provides a personalized flexibility program that will enhance your overall performance and improve flexibility and muscle balance.  We will utilize neuromuscular, static, and active stretching concepts.  We will create a comprehensive assessment to create your customized flexibility program.


PHASE 1 –  Corrective Exercise Training

Corrects muscle imbalances, reconditions injuries, prepares the body for training, prevents training overload, improves the body’s work capacity, and improves stabilization strength.

PHASE 2 –  Integrated Stabilization Training

Improves neuromuscular efficiency, functional strength, core strength, dynamic stabilization, and functional flexibility.

PHASE 3 –  Stabilization Equivalent Training

Enhances stabilization strength and endurance during functional movement patterns while increasing muscle mass, and enhancing metabolism.

PHASE 4 –  Muscle Development Training

Increases muscle mass for athletes, such as football players, body builders, or someone who just wants to add a little size.

PHASE 5 –  Maximal Strength Training

Improves motor-unit recruitment and its frequency motor-unit synchronization, and peak force.

PHASE 6 – Elastic Equivalent Training

Enhance neuromuscular efficiency and power production, especially for athletes who need to express force quickly.

PHASE 7 –  Maximal Power Training

Speed strength and creates neuromuscular adaptations through the entire range of motion.