Demor Transformation Training
 ENDURE STRENGTH.

After forty years of participating in the fitness industry, I’ve learned that exercising and training are two different functioning. Exercising is the use or application of physical activity. However, training is the action of teaching a person a particular experience or type of behavior. The transformation training objective has specific goals for improving one’s inclination, function, potency, and execution.

In order to achieve relief from discomfort and pain, it is essential to identify muscle and specific structural asymmetries, tightness, weakness, and other risk factors by examining the mobility and stability of the lumbar pelvis, hips, core, shoulders, knees, spine and ankles.

Regardless of athletic ability or fitness level, muscular imbalances, postural issues, and irregular movement patterns can—and often do—lead to discomfort, pain, and in the worst-case scenarios, injury.

Transformation training is one of the most important components of a comprehensive program to reset the mind/body relationship for natural movement. By its simplest definition transformation training are movements chosen to correct a specific dysfunction within the relationship. For athletes, it is estimated that 90% of the performance gains that are earned following the Functional Movement System (FMS) assessments are a result of prescribed corrective exercise training. When used synergistically with other performance training modalities within the same training period, corrective exercise has been proven in optimizing overall training results.

DEMOR Corrective Training identifies dysfunctions and creates an integrated corrective exercise training program to help clients improve muscle balances, flexibility, core strength and joint stability.

An initial appointment will be devoted to exploring and measuring basic movement inefficiencies utilizing:

  • Postural assessment (assessment of the position of the body as a whole)
  • Dysfunctional gait patterns (manner of movement when walking) with constant consideration for many other perpetuating factors, such as hydration, nutrition, breathing patterns, and psychologic stress.