Strength & Conditioning
One of the components to long term health and fitness is your overall strength and your ability to perform the functional activities of everyday life. Whether you are a beginner or elite athlete the value of functional fitness cannot be overstated. Sarcopenia ( muscle loss/ wasting) affects 80% of the American adult population! Building and maintaining muscle along with mobility, balance, and coordination should be lifetime goals. The better your strength and conditioning, diet, sleep and recovery, and stress reduction...the better the chances for longterm fitness.
Is losing weight your goal? Learn the difference between losing fat and losing weight ( vague, not specific enough) and why this makes a difference?! Losing fat while maintaining or gaining muscle is an important key to healthy fat loss. Discover why there is, " no one perfect diet" for everyone and why most fat loss diets/programs fail long term.
Count the number of times you have been injured ( preventable) and why you thought that happened? Injuries happen. Period. The majority of injuries occur because of several factors: deconditioning, improper techniques/form, improper warmup, inadequate hydration, insufficient sleep, recovery, poor nutrition, lack of focus, restricted movement and many other factors that can be easily addressed with the right program and plan. Injury prevention should be a part of every fitness routine.
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Fairfax “Hack” Hackley has spent a lifetime in the field of fitness.