PERSONAL TRAINING WITH MARY GRAY
Mary’s classes focus on tuning up and maintaining range of motion, efficiency, strength, power, balance, coordination and agility for our important movement systems. Exercise affects virtually every aspect of our health according to research in recent decades. We want to keep moving as we get older, not give up sports we love or the job we need. But moving with compensations from injury or overuse patterns imposed by our work and postural deficiencies can result in further injuries. Surgical interventions like joint replacements may not fix the underlying dysfunctional movement and leave scar tissue. Aging and inactivity can create a sharp decline in proprioception, balance, power, and strength if we don’t embrace maintenance of our athletic life.
As a class participant you can expect:
• Training that starts with anatomy, builds on biomechanics, and kinesiology and uses techniquesfrom a variety of movement disciplines.
• A varied, vigorous, and engaging class with a small group providing more individual attention.• Education in athletic self-care to support your sports, work, and life activities.
• Exercise and ball self-treatment techniques to take home.