Body Balance Personal Training started long ago as a small studio where a few clients were trained by the very experienced trainer Errol Rozenblad. The gym has now changed into a successful personal training gym, where qualified trainers have one goal each day: help you push your limits and reach your fitness goals!
This luxury not only looks great but also has everything available for high-quality training. The energized and motivated trainers stimulate you to get everything out of your training. Personal attention is number one at Body Balance Personal Training. Experience the feeling of personal training in a small group and try one of the cool workouts like the workout of the week or the gladiator workout.
Body Balance specializes in a balanced approach towards Personal Training to help you meet all your fitness needs. After a personal evaluation, we will help you determine, achieve and maintain a set of attainable fitness goals. Your Trainer will personally create an exercise program tailored to these goals and your current fitness level.
You will receive all the motivation and guidance you need to attain your goals and achieve a healthy balance in your life.
How does It work?
Though it might not cross your mind, you need good balance to do just about everything, including walking, getting out of a chair, and leaning over to tie your shoes. Strong muscles and being able to keep yourself steady make all the difference in those and many other things you do every day.
Balance training involves doing exercises that strengthen the muscles that help keep you upright, including your legs and core. These kinds of exercises can improve stability and help prevent falls.
Doing balance exercises can be intense, like some very challenging yoga poses. Others are as simple as standing on one leg for a few seconds. Or you can use equipment that forces your body to stabilize itself, like a Bosu half-circle stability ball or a balance board you use along with a video game.
The Benefits of Balance Personal Training:
1. Reversing the age-related loss of balance
As we get older, our ability to balance declines. For instance, a critical predictor for longevity is the length of time that a person can stand on one leg.
Balancing is a complex skill that involves the brain, muscles, and parts of the inner ear. If you don't practice and maintain balance, the coordination between these three systems can deteriorate over time, making it harder for you to stay upright and maintain proper posture.
2. Preventing falls
Balance drills help you to control your core and limbs more deftly. Not only does this help improve the elegance with which you move, but it also helps you avoid falls. When you have good balance, you can more quickly adapt to changes in body position, adjusting on the fly to unexpected variations in elevation or rocks that you didn't see underfoot.
Avoiding falls not only helps you avoid physical damage like broken hips; it also boosts confidence. When you have a good balance, you no longer have to worry about whether you might fall every time you leave the house. Even if you're young, having this unconscious awareness allows you to feel more confident in your environment.
3. Building better posture
Thanks to the poor movement form, a focus on a narrow range of movement patterns, and an ever-more-sedentary lifestyle, the average person has terrible posture. Many people develop limitations like hunched shoulders, anterior pelvic tilt, and reduced upper-back mobility. Part of the problem is that, as a population, we don't do the balance exercises necessary to counteract the adverse effects of our lifestyle.
4. Allowing faster recovery from injury
Many people who train athletically suffer injuries, especially of the leg and ankle. Much of what is known about balance comes from research on people with lower-leg injuries. What that research shows is fascinating: the more balance drills people perform, the faster they recover from their injuries. Balance drills may also prevent injuries in the first place.
5. Body Awareness
Body awareness is the sense of how your limbs are oriented in space, also known as proprioception. According to an article in the Los Angeles Times, balance training improves body awareness, which decreases the likelihood of injury.
Balance training requires your entire body to work together, otherwise, you will fall or stumble. Improved coordination during balance training will be transferred into coordination in everyday life.
7. Joint Stability
Balance training promotes stables knees, ankles, hips, and shoulders. This can prevent a large array of injuries including sprained ankles and serious knee problems.
8. Reaction Time
Balance training can improve one’s reaction time. If you happen to slip or stumble when performing balance exercises, your body needs to re-balance immediately or you will fall. This in turn will improve your reaction time in everyday life.
9. Long term health
Incorporating balance training into your exercise routine helps to maintain or improve your balance, which is needed to prevent falls and fractures. As we age, our balance can deteriorate, something we want to avoid.