One thing you will not receive at Skill of Strength is a run-of-the-mill personal training experience. We design our personal training programs with your goals in mind. Whether your goal is to build strength, improve endurance, recover from an injury, lose body fat or simply to incorporate more physical activity into your life, the key to success is consistency!
We will help you stay committed to reaching your goals through our exclusive personal training membership options.
Our Evaluation and Training System
We provide a consultation and full evaluation for every new personal training client and member.
During the initial meeting we discuss your injury history, training history, medical history, goals, nutrition and general lifestyle. Next, we evaluate each client using the Functional Movement Screen (FMS).
The FMS, combined with other musculoskeletal assessments, helps us to establish a baseline of movement. From there, we are able to identify which exercises we can use in your training program and personal training sessions that will be most effective in helping restore proper movement and help you meet your goals.
Each personal training session covers a combination of the following: soft tissue, mobility, flexibility, muscle activation, strength training, and metabolic conditioning.
Partner Training and Small Group Training
Partner training (2 individuals) and small group training (3-5 individuals) are great options for clients looking to achieve results, train together, save on the cost of personal training and/or schedule times that work with their specific schedules.
Every client receives a customized training program and our trainers/coaches work with each client individually during the hour-long sessions. Just like in all of our programming, the programs for partner training and small group training are made up of an appropriate combination of soft tissue, mobility, flexibility, muscle activation, strength training, and metabolic conditioning to help you get results.
We also offer team pricing for larger groups.