If You Are Not Assessing
The programs developed at Dynamic Health & Fitness are based on the Principles Of Applied Functional Science developed by the Gray Institute. Applied Functional Science is the convergence of Physical Sciences, Biological Sciences, and Behavioral Sciences that consists of the Principles-Strategies-Techniques process for functional assessment, training and conditioning, rehabilitation, and injury prevention that is practical for any and all individuals regardless of age or ability.
When individuals are challenged in their daily activity by nagging pains/discomforts it is a natural reaction to focus only on the symptom. Our reconditioning program...
Dealing with an injury is the worst. Sprains, strains, tears, and itis’s are sometimes the consequence of living an active lifestyle. Our focus is preparing your...
Today’s athletes are aware that their ability to improve their game speed will directly relate to not only their performance, but their ability to recover. This...
The first step involved in any of our programs is a movement assessment. The purpose of the assessment is to discover the individual’s thresholds of success. Your coach will customize a variety of movement tests based on you – your task – and your goals. We have teamed up with Spark Pro Motion a technology company that enhances our ability to analyze your movement thresholds. Once we have identified your movement thresholds, your coach will design your personalized program.
Any good program starts with a professional assessment. Your coach will design a homeworkable program based on you – your tasks -your goals. Additional coaching available after assessment
Increase your vertical, establish your balance, accelerate faster, build total body strength, coordinate your moves, develop power on demand, and recover from your sport
Squat, lunge, lift, push, pull, shuffle, jog, reach, jump, and more to enhance your bodies capabilities to endure, to improve strength and power
The DHF Team adheres to three core coaching principles:
Education: Our coaches our continually focused on improving their knowledge as it relates to the physical-biological-behavioral sciences
Persistancy: Unwavering dedication to spreading the truth on functional training
Teamwork: Each coach offers their unique educational backgrounds, clinical, and practical experience
Has dedicated his life to the pursuit of fitness, health and overall well-being. He has a reputation for making an impact on and transforming the lives of junior and elite athletes, patients who have suffered physical injury, as well as people who simply want to improve their health and/or appearance.
Bryan serves as a Personal Trainer and Health Coach. He is recognized as a motivational speaker with over fifteen years experience. A few of Bryan’s biggest accomplishments in his career has been empowering over 500 elementary school students to exercise for one hour while building self confidence and teamwork as part of Bryan’s Move More series
After experiencing incredible gains as an athlete in the Dynamic Health and Fitness program, Nick has chosen to dedicate his life to giving back to others and his community. In you, exists amazing potential and Nick is here to team up with you to achieve that potential, utilizing effective physical strategies and the power of positive energy!
DHF has set out create a stronger presence, and become more impactful in our community. In order to fulfill this goal, our team needed to grow. With the help of the Gray Institute, our team did just that. Certification in Applied Functional Science® (CAFS) gives movement professionals the skills and knowledge to approach each individual according to their unique goals and daily function.
Every program option simply starts with our Movement Assessment. Our functional and sports classes include the Movement Assessment at a 50.00 discount.
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