At Reciprocal Innervations Personal Training Vancouver we pride ourselves in our personalized approach to your health and fitness goals. Everyone is different and has different needs, A "cookie-cutter-gym program" that works for some, will not work for all.
Together with continued training in Anatomy, Physiology, Holistic Health and Patho-Physiology, we have studied extensively in:
- Strength and Conditioning
- Principles of Sport Nutrition-CHI
- Trigenics(R) neuro-kinetic, sensorimotor assessment and training. Certified Trigenics Trainer(CTT)
- Sport Specific and Athletic Training- golf, tennis, baseball, soccer, mixed martial arts.
- Post-Injury Rehabilitating and Clinically Oriented Exercise(work with special populations)
- Functional Training (kinesiology)
- Spinal Stabilization and Evidence Based Post Injury Rehabilitation (Back and Spine Expert)
- CardioVascular Health
- Body Building
- Postural Assessment and Correction
- Dynamic and Static Stretch Facilitation (P.N.F.)
Our focus is on serving you! We have been certified personal trainers providing this level of fitness and service for over 17 years! We can bring you the experience you need.
With our careful testing and assessment protocols, we identify your wants and requirements. Then we bring you to your goals with our specialized fitness approach, scientifically designed specifically for you!
Whether you prefer to train in our motivating studio or in the comfort of your own home, we bring you the most knowledgeable, fun and experienced trainers to help you meet your fitness needs.
"As a physician I find [The Reciprocal Innervation Team's] knowledge of Anatomy and Muscle Development unsurpassed. My concerns of working with a personal trainer were quickly dismissed as flab became muscle and old injuries became functional. [The Reciprocal Innervation Team] are excellent to work with."
Dr. Delbert Dorscheid, M.D., Ph.D.
Calculating your peak Aerobic performance is easier than you think. Here’s how:
1. Fill out the Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire and make sure your exercise ability is not limited by any serious health problems.
2. Find a one-mile walking track or measure one yourself as accurately as possible. Using a gym treadmill that can measure distance and time.
3. Make sure you know how to measure your pulse or use a heart rate monitor.
4. Wear a watch with a stopwatch feature during the test.
5. Wear appropriate walking shoes and clothes.
6. Walk as briskly as you can for one full mile. Remember, this is a walking test, not a running test.
7. Press the stop button of your stopwatch as soon as you finish and record the time to the nearest second. This is important, as time is one of the big contributors in the formula for estimating peak aerobic performance.
8. Take your pulse immediately after finishing walking. Remember to take your pulse for 10 seconds and multiply the result by 6 to obtain your minute heart rate. A heart rate monitor can help.
9. Use the calculator below to enter your results and compute your peak aerobic capacity.
|Aerobic Capacity:|| VO2max
|Your Fitness Rating:||(see table below).|
|Rating above based on norms from the by National Institute of Health and the American College of Sports Medicine.|