They Call It Personal Training for a Reason

Yes! They call it Personal Training for a reason.

Each and every client has unique characteristics, therefore each and every training program must be personalized to accommodate their distinctive physical and occupational traits as well as their particular goals.
This process has to begin with an fitness assessment to establish a baseline from which a program can be written and uniquely tailored to accommodate the clients specific abilities and goals. Without this initial assessment proper and well timed progressions cannot be successfully made.

Why is this so important?
Consider this… If a group of individuals all went to the doctor complaining of a stomach ache would they all be treated in the same fashion or prescribed the same medicine? Certainly not!

DSC_1443Why? Because a qualified doctor would carefully examine each and every patient and analyze their medical history before prescribing a course of treatment. And the same falls true for a personal trainer and their clients. A qualified, educated trainer will thoroughly assess a client’s physical limitations, risk of injury and dysfunctional movement patterns prior to creating a detailed individualized training program. What should a goal oriented exercise program look like? It should NOT be a bunch of random exercises thrown together.

It HAS to be a well intentioned thought process with a keen appreciation of where the client’s starting point is. A personal trainer must have a mindful vision of the path in which they will guide their client along.  This path MUST have an established direction yet each and every progression and/or modificationmade along the way must be implemented with a respectful purpose.

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Sport-Specific Training for High School Athletes

DON’T JUST TRAIN…. TRAIN SMART!    What does this mean when it comes   to training young athletes?                     liam audric

It is an all encompassing mindset that incorporates injury prevention, motivation, consistency, progression and long term athletic development.

There is an ardent understanding behind the science, athletic mechanics and active coaching process that goes into developing successful sports conditioning programs.              Gabby

From my coaching perspective it is imperative to teach and develop proper movement techniques that bleed into overall athleticism and sport specific skills for young athletes.

There are profound differences between training a young athlete and providing an overall decent fitness workout.brian joey Zaven Brett

Sports conditioning for young athletes is focused on multi joint strengthening, speed, power, quickness, agility, re-activity, deceleration…

Just ask any one  of the incredible athletes I trained over the summer. This training approach enhances their innate abilities while preparing them for optimal athletic performance!

Danny Evan Austan



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Here at MBT, athletes get personalized programs specific to THEIR sport, position, and weaknesses.
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