Seal of Fitness offers training services for the following fitness specialties:
Group Exercise Instruction: Need motivation? Bring a friend or two to a workout session. Group exercise is a great way to exercise side-by-side with others, especially friends. Don’t worry, your goals may vary, but the thrill of working out in a class format may add the motivation you need to achieve the results you want.
Strength Training, Body Sculpting: Building strength and muscle is a gradual process. It’s also an awesome way to mold and shape your body. Participation in a safe and effective strength training program will help you reach your goals, and burn calories for up to 48 hours after that work out.
Endurance Training: Training for an event that requires a longer than usual cardiovascular output? In order to develop the energy system to meet the demands of this event, you’ll need proper training. A sports-specific training program designed specifically for you, may be a sure-way to beat your competitors.
Body (muscular) Training: Learn how to increase your muscle-mass. Whether your goals are to compete or simply look like a professional body builder, learn proper weight training techniques about putting-on size and definition. Keep in mind, your goals don’t have to be those of “The Rock” or “Lee Haney, an eight-time Mr. Olympia.”
Cardiovascular Training: A key to improving your overall health is to do some form aerobic conditioning exercise at least 3 to 6 days a week. It doesn’t matter if you’re interested in running, walking, or jumping — participating in a heart pumping sustain aerobic exercise is necessary for optimum health. And, if you don’t know how to compute your target heart rate, Seal of Fitness will show you step by step and explain the benefits.
Specific-Sports Training: Training for a sport? We will help you identify the specific muscles that are used in your sport and which exercises you should utilize in your training. Our instruction and guidance will develop and strengthen the muscles groups that are directly related to your sport. Our goal is to help you achieve your maximum potential.
Nutrition Consultation: Uncertain what to eat, how much to eat and what time is best to eat it? Let us help provide some basic nutritional tips based on your goals. Good nutritional habits are a major part of success. Knowing the facts about what your body need and want is important for optimum health.
Exercise Equipment Purchase: Confused? Are you one the millions of Americans who annually waste money on fitness equipment, only to have it used as a clothes hanger? Let us help you put an end to this problem. We’ll arrange a sit-down interview, then decide on a day to hit the town. The best way to determine the most appropriate piece of exercise equipment, for you, is to be true to your self and your lifestyle.
Weight Loss Management: Are you enrolled in a weight loss clinic? We’ll work together with your weight loss team to devise a plan of physical activity that fits into your schedule. There is no need to try and do it alone. When you look good, we look good.
Circuit Training: There is no one-way to get in shape. Circuit training can help you fit in a total body workout in no time flat. This excellent way to achieve your goals can simultaneously improve mobility, strength and stamina. The objective is to combine 2 or more strength exercises that are completed one exercise after another. Go ahead, add this training format to your bag of things to do.
Kick Boxing: Do you want a break from step aerobics and cycling classes? Learn how to punch, jab, and kick. This high-intensity, kick-butt training program, for men and women, will whip you into shape. Participants learn basic martial arts techniques, combined with toned muscles, fat loss, and increased endurance.
Plyometric Training: It’s time to take a leap towards good health. This method of training is a great way to increase explosiveness, speed and reactive ability in the lower and upper body.
Abdominal Training: Learn techniques to strengthen your mid-section. Develop a strong, lean rectus abdominus and obliques, which also helps to strengthen the lower back muscles.
Flexibility Training: Having a difficult time reaching or getting into some of those yoga poses? Learn the fundamentals of stretching, and how to get the most out of your workout. This method of training also helps balance muscle groups that might be overused during exercise or physical activity.