Our training of clients and ourselves is continually evolving, as all of our staff are fitness competitors and truly obsessed with learning more about the body—and how it moves. SAFETY is our primary concern! We truly practice what we preach, most training 5+ days per week in addition to our Coaching load. We LOVE helping others achieve their fitness goals, and teaching them about the BIG world of exercise.
In our opinion, the world of exercise can be so confusing! We continually get questions like: “Should I run?” “Should I exercise like a bodybuilder?” “Am I a powerlifter?” “I want to perform resistance training… but don’t want to gain any weight.”
We want to help, “STOP THE MADNESS”!
First, we may use machines, barbells, bands, or medicine balls…but eventually, we want YOU to become the machine! Most all of our movements are ‘ground-based’ and functional. We want to use science to get you to your goals.
In the body, there exist 3 planes of movement: the transverse plane (separates top to bottom), the sagittal plane (separates left from right) and the frontal plane (separates front from back). In MOST exercise in the world, we are in the frontal plane—completing biceps curls, squats, running, and pressing movements. With Lane’s Fitness coaching, we encourage movement in ALL PLANES. This is just 1 (one) of the many techniques we use in planning and programming.
By challenging your body to move in ‘controlled’ random acts within different planes of movement, your body “HAS TO” adapt and overcome this new stimulus. As with any movement and novel effort, we are creatures of balance and homeostasis. We have to adapt to become “in balance with who we are physically.” When this happens, you are not only burning calories during exercise, but also when you have “down time.” Your body is adjusting to the new “training” or “stimulus.” As a result, we get to a FITTER, NEW you faster and more effectively.
Result = you are more mobile, stronger, and able to produce powerful movements.
P.S.: By having more dense lean muscle, it takes more calories to maintain, so you automatically get to be less fat and leaner as well! 🙂