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THE SCIENCE OF TRAINING

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THE SCIENCE OF TRAINING

Cardiorespiratory fitness, muscular strength, muscular endurance, body composition and flexibility. These fundamental components of training are what we focus on at The Science of Fitness.


Cardiovascular or Cardiorespiratory fitness (Cardio) refers to your ability to perform repetitive muscular exertion for long periods of time. Muscular endurance seems similar to cardio, but when we discuss muscular endurance we are referring to a muscles ability to hold tension for long periods of time. Muscular strength refers to a muscle's ability to exert force. Body composition can refer to muscle or fat. Basically, we are referring to a change in structure. Flexibility, which becomes increasingly more important as we age, refers to full range of motion of a particular muscle or joint.



TRAIN WITH PURPOSE


Training without direction creates more frustration when you start hitting the gym. Even for workout veterans, if you try to make a change or addition to your workout routine, you have to be clear on the results you expect for your hard work. MORE


SETTING GOALS


You have to know where the finish line is to run a race. Two things are certain: If you don’t know where you are going, you can’t get there. If you don’t start, you can’t get there, either. MORE



THE S.P.O.R.T. METHOD


At THE SCIENCE OF FITNESS, our training centers on the S.P.O.R.T. method.  Learn More


TRAINING FOR GAIN


Train to gain mass. Skeletal muscle is the most adaptable tissue in the human body, and that adaptability is the first focus on muscle and strength gains. MORE

WHERE PATHS CROSS


This is where everything comes together. We've discussed nutrition, we've discussed training and we've talked emotional wellness.  Let's put those together to make an incredible you. MORE