Corrective Exercise the IFAST Way - Indianapolis Fitness And Sports Training

Corrective Exercise the IFAST Way

written by Bill Hartman

At Indianapolis Fitness and Sports Training (IFAST), I’d put our experience up against anyone in the city  (and then some).  Mike Robertson has over 10 years of working in the fitness and sports training industry.  He’s worked with athletes at the Olympic and professional levels and has a Masters degree in biomechanics.  I have degrees in sports science and physical therapy and 18 years of experience in working with athletes of all levels in rehab and training as well as the general fitness population.  Our current intern comes to us from one of the best exercise science programs in the country.

Because of our backgrounds, we see a lot of people that are trying to regain their past levels of physical performance, reach a new level of performance, or are just trying to get back in shape but are experiencing physical limitations.  Like the wear ‘n’ tear of a car driving out of alignment, these physical limitations not only limit performance but can lead to aches, pains, and represent potential for future injuries.

In many cases, the initial programming that we provide to our clients and athletes includes a strong component of corrective exercise.  Our corrective programming is based on our comprehensive physical assessment and allows us to create your individualized exercise program to restore normal joint movement and strength.  These programs may include dynamic and static stretching, core training, general strengthening, and energy system-specific conditioning.  At times, new exercises will be created to address special needs.

The important thing to understand is that the program remains focused on enhancing sports performance, weight loss, or whatever sport-specific or fitness-specific goals our clients would like to address.  In other words, we focus on the training effect that will provide the desired result and simultaneously make you move and feel better.

Many Indianapolis personal trainers will make similar claims.  We’ll actually prove it at absolutely no risk to you.

Call 578-0998 to set up your comprehensive physical assessment and get 14 days of full membership including your individualized program and 6 coaching sessions.  No tricks, no gimmicks, and no pressure. 

Bill Hartman

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