Thursday, November 24, 2005

Thanksgiving Thoughts

Understanding what we do.

We live in the physical world. The rules of movement are physics. Our goal is to train people to have a high power output. Simple, our goal is to increase the human being's capacity for work. More power per unit of time makes a stronger, faster better conditioned human being.

What does that mean?

All of out efforts are timed or scored. For instance, if some said they did 100 push ups in their work out, then a next question is: In how long? Their workout was ten days long and did 10 push ups per day. Not very impressive! If they said they completed 100 push up in 90 seconds, that would be much more impressive. When we look at a simple workout like this:

Pull Ups

Reps: 21, 15, 9

Three rounds for time.

Given the people's weights and heights you could calculate power output for work out. (Distance traveled, weight moved per unit of time.) If a person were to repeat this work out some weeks later and their time were to decrease, then their power out will have increased. The net result of intense, non sustainable efforts creates a systemic response. We build athletes who can move their bodies in normal ranges of motion. We make the entire body stronger. We end up having a lower body fat, fitter looking you who can use the strength and conditioning to enhance the quality of your life.

Who is an athlete? Everyone! Human being's sports effort is life. The purpose of this program is to increase people quality of life. We do things that we haven't done since we were children. We do not want our people to be afraid to fall, or climb or hike or anything else you can think of for the dream vacation. Whatever your sport, we will make you stronger and faster and more integrated. Our program will help you be the best you can be.

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