Here is how our training process works.
First, we will sit down with you and discuss what your goals are.
In establishing your goals, some of the questions we will ask may include, but are not limited to:
–Why do you want to start a training program?
– What is your goal with a training program?
– How do you think a training program will help you achieve that goal?
– What do you think you need the most help with?
–How much experience do you have with a consistent training program?
Then you will go through an evaluation and movement assessment to determine where your body is at.
During this evaluation, we will look at:
For athletes we will also look at vertical jump and broad jump
From there, we take where you are currently at and then determine a plan to help you progress to where you want to be.
You will have training sessions 1-2 times per week in the clinic (depending on the agreed upon program) along with programmed workouts for the days you are outside the clinic. These will be set according to the needs, available resources, and goals of the individual. These can range from recovery days, training days, or movement reinforcement days.
Training sessions can range from 1-3 people, but your training program will be created for you based on your goals and individual characteristics. There may be some elements that are similar to other individuals programs, but more often than not, your training will be unique to you. Our focus is not group training, it is individualized training.
Monthly you will have a short meeting with us to discuss progress in the training program, goals, nutrition, injuries, and any other appropriate topics. We will establish what we call Consistent Progressive Choices (CPC’s) which we use to help you stay on track to help achieve you goals. CPC’s are the daily choices that you make that get you closer to where you want to be. [Link Consistent Progressive Goals Page]
Also included for those training with Precision Performance and Therapy, we include any rehabilitation from injury as part of a training program. That means that if an athlete sprains and ankle, injures a shoulder, or and individual has low back pain, any rehabilitation needs are part of the cost of the training program. A big part of the goal of a training program is to keep people healthy and decreasing the potential for injury, but we understand that injuries are part of life and we don’t want them to get in the way of performance goals. Including any rehabilitation needs as part of a training program is also our way of showing our confidence in being able to design a training program tailored to you.