Thursday, November 12, 2009
MYLES DIAS FITNESS: What is it?
Myles Dias Fitness is a comprehensive integrated training program that incorporates all forms of training as part of a progressive system. These forms of training include Core training, Flexibility training, Balance training, Cardio Respiratory training, Reactive training, Speed, Agility and Quickness training and Resistance training. Depending on your goal, whether it be Sports Specific, Strength Endurance, Muscular Endurance, Muscle Mass, Fat Loss or General Performance, Myles Dias Fitness will design your personalized program based on your goals and bodies needs.
How is this different than current training programs?
Current training programs are not designed to minimize risk or injury for populations that are conditioned or deconditioned. People who are conditioned may not be overweight or out of breath, but like deconditioned people they may also be in a state of lost physical fitness, which may include muscle imbalances, decreased flexibility, and lack of core and joint stability. All of these conditions can greatly affect the ability of the human body to produce proper movement which, on the positive side, leads to total body efficiency, and on the negative side, dysfunction and the cumulative injury cycle.
Muscular Function and Assessments!
Based on lifestyle, medical, and personal information Myles will asses your body to determine your personalized workout regimen. Body composition, cardio respiratory and physical performance assessments along with static and dynamic postural assessments, provide information that will determine you’re specialized needs.
In addition to the general populations training needs, Myles is certified to provide training programs designed for special needs populations such as youth, seniors and clients with medical conditions that include but not limited to pregnancy, cancer, and arthritic conditions.
Let Myles Dias Fitness take you there!
Credit: NASM Essentials of Personal Fitness Training: course manual-3rd ed.
Posted by Myles Dias at 8:46 AM