Integrative Fitness’s fully equipped studio gives you an opportunity to try out a variety of exercise equipment, tools and props during your sessions. This integrative approach allows our trainers to keep you both interested and challenged. Each piece of equipment gives you a different challenge, allowing our trainers to focus on the areas that will help you keep fit and healthy. Here’s a description of some of the equipment you’ll have access to.
TRX Suspension Training
The TRX Suspension Trainer is a lightweight, portable device used to perform a variety of leveraged body weight exercises, created by U.S. Navy SEALS. With the TRX Suspension Trainer, you can safely perform hundreds of exercises that build power, strength, flexibility, balance, mobility, and prevent injuries, all at the intensity you choose.
Using the Functional Training Center I can define the motions that are right for you and your individual workout goals. With traditional gym equipment you are locked into specific joint movements and exercises that can lead to overuse syndromes and injury. The Functional Trainer differs by offering multi-planer, multi-directional movements to increase your core stability and reduce risk of repetitive stress injuries.
Free weights offer a greater range of movement while all the supporting muscles are also exercised.
Precor EFX 576I Elliptical
An elliptical fitness cross trainer provides a great workout experience with a natural, elliptical movement that targets specific muscle groups in both the upper and lower body.
Bosu Pro Balance Trainer
The BOSU Balance Trainer is used for
- Core Stabilization and Neutral Spinal Posture
- Functional Training (Functional training is purpose driven or intentional training.)
- Balance Training
Stability balls, also known as balance balls, can be incorporated into Pilates, weight training and many other fitness routines. The ball is great for stretching and relaxing and abdominal training. Doing crunches, twists and other traditional exercises on the ball adds difficulty to the movement by recruiting more muscles.
These weights are used to perform exercises that combine cardiovascular, strength and flexibility training. They help build strength and endurance, particularly in the lower back, legs, and shoulders, and increase grip strength.
Used for rehabilitation and strength training they add variety to any workout.
The treatment table is used in several ways including injury assessment, treatment and rehabilitation. It is also used for athletic taping and bracing, kinesiotaping, muscle testing and sports massage. Having the treatment table available also helps with electrical stimulation with a TeNS unit for pain modulation after & during injury treatment and recovery and is used for post-surgical re-education.