Speed, agility, and quickness (SAQ), training although once thought to be good for only athletes, can be a great type of training to incorporate into a progressive weight loss program because it is fun, demanding, can challenge the cardiorespiratory system, and is a type of exercise training that the average exerciser never experiences. Also, because it is a type of exercise that is usually not performed by the average exerciser interested in weight loss, the increased demands that it can place on the body may lead to increased calorie burn both during and after the exercise session. No matter what your goals, as long as there are no physical limitations precluding it, I will incorporate SAQ training in everyone’s workout program periodically.
Each client must go through a comprehensive, objective and subjective assessment that takes approximately 90 minutes prior to participating in any workouts. The assessment includes medical history, lifestyle, body composition testing and baseline function testing including cardio and strength assessments. In addition, Ann looks for compensations that may lead to injury. She will then design a corrective exercise program if and when required in order to keep you safe and injury free.