Exercise is about so much more than performing good in sport; so much more than looking good. It can be argued that the foundational motivation to exercise is to feel better. That’s where our Wellbeing Coaching program comes in. This program is designed for those of you that know you might not be as healthy as what you could be. Whether it’s because you’ve got aches and pains that tend to bother you on a daily basis, a sports injury that you just can never seem to treat properly, or maybe you know your mental health just isn’t quite there yet; i can guarantee you, this program is the missing link.
Unlike our other programs, our wellbeing program does not necessarily have a set structure. Rather, it is structured on an individual basis to ensure that your personal goals are being met. Everyone’s goals are going to be different, and as such, we need to approach them in a different way every time.
In saying this, there will be much more flexibility in training session structure. Sessions can range in duration from 30m to 55m, on as many days as you see fit. Pricing packages will be structured based on these factors to ensure that you get the most out of these sessions, at a cost as low as possible.
It can be argued that recovery is the most important part of any training regime; which is why an emphasis is placed on effective recovery techniques. 99% of your growth and adaptation will be outside of the gym, so by teaching and encouraging the best science based recovery methods, we are able to recover faster, leading to an improvement in training quality. Effective recovery is also one of the most important factors in injury prevention, which leads on to the next point.
One of the focus’ of our Performance and Aesthetics programs is to minimise the risk of injury during training through strict execution of exercises. The focus of the Wellbeing program is more so about preventing the likelihood of developing potential injuries and conditions in the future. We aim to bulletproof your body through the specific prescription of exercise.
The training in our Performance and Aesthetic programs is completed at a higher intensity and volume compared to our Wellbeing program, and thus, injury prevention becomes increasingly more important. Intensities are generally going to be controlled more conservatively in our Wellbeing program due to the nature of the goals, however this doesn’t mean that injury prevention is completely dismissed . All clients are still introduced to basic movement patterns before being progressed onto more complex movements as with the other programs. Learning dynamic awareness and increasing your proprioception may be one of the factors limiting your health from reaching the level that you wish.
There’s no question that nutrition is one of the biggest factors that contributes to our overall physical health. What some people may not recognise is the fact that is also has a lot to do with how we feel. We teach our clients more about the importance of good nutrition as a component of a complete healthy lifestyle, and begin to educate them on how to manipulate your diet in order to improve your overall wellbeing.
At the end of the day, our mindset and point of view is the most influential factor that decides how we perceive any given scenario; and the subsequent impact it has on our wellbeing. The ability to see the positives in any given situation is a skill that can be learnt, and is a skill we drill into our clients.
Yes, we teach people how to move well and take control of their diet, but these are only small parts of a big picture. Wellbeing is so much more complicated than that. We also teach people how to live a happy lifestyle. We encourage people to pursue what they want to pursue, and we don’t let anything hold that person back. We get rid of the self imposed limitations that people place upon themselves in order to help them realise that they truly are the master of their universe and that anything is possible. When a person begins to make conscious efforts to continuously improve themselves, they get into a routine of self improvement; that is where people begin to truly understand the premise of self love.