It’s simple really.
We want to improve your fitness, from the inside out.
We follow the principles of the Alexander Technique of movement – a terrific method of centering your movement and developing a kinesthetic awareness that allows your body to work the as it was intended, not the way the 21st century has taught it. We combine that understanding of the body’s own sense of balance and function with the modern principles of cross-training to challenge the individual to improve their health, their awareness, their performance, and as a result, their fitness.
We work from the core to the extremity.
All our work is built around the principle that the strength portion of any functional movement originates at the core. Standing, lifting, reaching, climbing, running, pulling, pushing – you name it – everything you do should begin from the very center of your balance.
‘Core’ is often mistaken for ‘abdominals’, or a rockin’ great ‘six-pack.’ But a strong and healthy core is so much more than that. Your core is the entire girdle of muscles working in concert with you hips and spine to support and enable every move you make. If you want a six-pack, do sit-ups. If you want to move to a place of health, strength, and genuine fitness, you need to develop both your core and your understanding of its function.
That’s what we do. No two workouts are the same. There is no routine. There is no boredom. Every day is a new challenge. And always – always – your training is built around a commitment to developing your ability to adapt to and excel in any situation or challenge you face.
You can do this.
Cool. But who is Tim Deenihan anyway?