“Leave each sessions feeling lighter, more balanced and energized.”
Do you ever look at how easily children move and wonder how that could have possibly been you? I get it; I’ve definitely felt stiffness in my muscles and my joints suffered from it, which made me move more slowly, with less agility. Then I found Precision Muscle Conditioning (PMC)™.
PMC is an exercise-based rehabilitation method that improves your body’s symmetry, literally balancing your body’s muscles. The result? Free, unrestricted movement.
PMC is the best tool I have to identify and strengthen your body’s weakened or inefficient muscles. It helps develop your muscles in a balanced way, so you’re able to do daily activities, physical activities, and sports without hurting yourself. PMC is holistic; it works your entire body, taking into account what your body’s been through. A big part the method involves getting to know your personal health history and physical activity profile to develop a customized program. Your program is designed only for you.
For more information about PMC, please visit the Precision Muscle Conditioning website.
How much is PMC?
- One hour session is $100
How many sessions do I need to buy?
- After the first session I will have an idea on how long it will take, and how often you will need to see me, to get to your goals. I will try to accommodate every budget. You can prepay for sessions or pay as you go.
Is PMC Physiotherapy?
- No, PMC is not Physiotherapy. PMC is an exercise rehabilitation system that compliments the muscular system. A certified PMC instructor does not treat pain. He or she looks at the body as a whole and uses the muscular system to strengthen the whole body instead of treating the area that has pain. As a result, some clients have reported that they feel less pain, are more flexible and are stronger.
How frequently do I need to come in?
- The ideal frequency varies from person to person. Usually clients have already hired me for personal training. In this case we use about 20 – 60minutes on average per week for PMC. Others prefer just to do only PMC. Usually clients start once or twice each week. Many of my weekly clients reduce their frequency to bi-weekly or even monthly once they’ve demonstrated the ability to consistently get to the gym and progress their exercises as recommended.