training

Here are the types of training recommended to my clients:

RUNNING
Visit the running page for more information.

Running alone and in groups:
Running has been a great passion of mine since the age of 14. Do you want to start running, complete your first 10k, 21k,
or marathon? No problem, I can help you! We’ll begin by assessing your current fitness level and your running technique.
From there, I will suggest an exercise program based on your abilities and goals. One thing is certain: you will achieve these
goals step by step.

TRIATHLON
Founder and head coach for Triomphe triathlon, Visit the TRIOMPHE TRIATHLON website for more information.

Functional training:
Functional training is based on the study of movements the human body can produce; train the movement and not the muscle.
This training is suitable for all athletes who wish to run faster, jump higher, hit harder, or simply move better. It strengthens
the body and limbs and stabilizes joints. This optimizes potential and leads to improved athletic performance.

What are the benefits?
The body moves more harmoniously: each muscle group is strengthened according to its true needs. This training consists of
training for daily life, the way an athlete might train for the sport he/she practices. It aims to increase your strength and
endurance to help you overcome the particular challenges that follow your lifestyle, activities, and work. The benefits go beyond
simply becoming in great shape. Each session is tailor-made for you, which makes it a lot more enjoyable. Instead of traditional
general strengthening and cardiovascular exercises, this program targets your specific needs and can be performed without
sophisticated equipment.

For athletes and for all
Functional training benefits athletes by increasing stability and motor control, and corrects imbalances caused by sports with
unilateral or repetitive movements. Another practical application of functional training is its effectiveness in controlling postural
lesions or stress related to long hours spent before a computer screen. Your core, abdominal, lower back, gluteal, and hamstring
muscles are at the heart of functional training. These muscles are particularly important in stabilizing and coordinating combined
movements of the upper and lower body and contribute to a good posture. Developing core muscles and functional strength can
reduce the consequences and discomfort linked with repetitive movements and injury. Functional training benefits people of all
ages and fitness levels. Beginners will be interested by the exercises used, as they are less intimidating than traditional exercises
and can be performed at home. For the more experienced athlete, functional training adds a dose of variety, fun, and challenge
to exercise sessions.
The tools and equipment of functional exercise are diverse, but here are some of the most common:
Swiss balls – medicine balls – balance board – Bosu – elastic bands – free weights, etc.

METABOLIC RESISTANCE TRAINING (MRT)

What is MRT?
MRT is strength training that focuses on reduced rest time to provide a huge boost to your metabolism, allowing you to burn
calories and get in shape faster than with traditional methods (such as cardio and weight machines).

Here are some strategies involved in MRT:
“Supersets” of two or more exercises – complex training (multiple exercises in a row, usually using the same weight)
– circuit training for multiple body parts – focusing on the whole body and functional exercises – using body weight
as resistance, free weights, kettlebells, balls, etc. – rest periods lasting 0-60 seconds between sets.

What are the benefits of MRT?
• Shorter training sessions
• Burning more calories per minute
• Improving muscular strength and definition
• Improving functional movements for sports and daily activities
• Improving cardiovascular health
• Improving balance and core strength
• More enjoyable exercise sessions
• Nearly anybody can perform MRT

How?
By exercising in sets with shorter rest intervals in between, you are not only working your muscles hard, but also using your
aerobic and anaerobic energy systems and therefore working cardio and muscular fitness at the same time.
This greatly increases your metabolism, and this boost may last up to 48 hours following your session.
This means that if you perform an MRT session every two days, your body will burn calories like a machine, 24 hours a day,
7 days per week… incredible, isn’t it?

 

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