Core & Sports Fitness Personal Training

Abdominal /Core Training

Core muscles lie deep within the torso and it is where all movement begins and is considered the “power zone”.

These muscles that are responsible for a flat stomach and are not activated with traditional abdominal exercises… so if you have been doing lots of ab crunches and still do not have a flat stomach, it could be because you’re not training your core.

It’s crucial that your core is strong because it comes into play, just about every time you move. Core stability training is essential to sports performance and injury prevention. Core training will also tone your torso and abs and keep your lower back healthy by correcting postural imbalances that can lead to injuries. The biggest benefit of core training is to develop fitness that is essential to both daily living and regular activities.

The main concepts of core strengthening programs involve using many muscles in a coordinated movement. Rather than isolating a specific joint as in most weight lifting, stability exercises focus on working the deep muscles of the entire torso at once.
The challenge is explaining to clients that the benefits of core conditioning go well beyond achieving washboard abs.

Sports Enhancement Training

Improve your athletic performance through proper conditioning for your favorite sport. Sport youth or adult  training conditions your body to perform at an optimal level to improve your sport fitness  performance. Not only will you benefit from the use of strength and conditioning techniques, but you will also learn how to prevent injury through safe and effective training.

Our Sports training is held at Wilco park in Cedar Park.

  • Strength Training
  • Endurance
  • Explosive Plyometrics
  • Interval and Circuit Training
  • Core Training (Balance & Stabilization)

You owe it to yourself to pursue Cedar Park Sports Training.

What was your favorite part of the Fit-Camp program?

"The trainers! They make the workouts fun, exciting, and each class is a new challenge."
- Nicole, 29

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