Metabolic conditioning refers to exercises that increase the storage and delivery of energy for physical activity. All training requires use of the muscles to produce energy; what distinguishes metabolic conditioning is how energy is created, how it is used and how rapidly it is expended.
Cross-training refers to any fitness program that incorporates a variety of training activities in a systematic way to promote balanced fitness. Cross-training takes advantage of the particular effectiveness of each training method, while reducing the risk of repetitive injuries.
What do you get when you combine the results from metabolic conditioning, the advantages of cross-training and over 20 years of experience in the fitness industry?
Metabolic Cross Conditioning (metXcon)
metXcon developed by Lou Siri is a highly systematic approach to training that has been years in development. This systems complex format allows our clients to train up to 5 days per week without the risk of overtraining. Each workout is scaled - allowing novice, intermediate and advanced levels of fitness to work together all at their own potential. The design of the program allows the trainer to adjust the workout to work around most orthopedic problems (knees, shoulder etc.) while many times aiding in the rehabilitation of the problem.
This is a fun, challenging, small-group training program that guarantees to get you in the best shape of your life! Each conditioning session will challenge you and maximize your results by systematically training your body to burn more calories and build lean muscle.
How will you know it’s working? Well, besides the obvious fat loss and muscle definition you will see, metXcon also incorporates a specifically designed fitness monitoring system that first allows complete recovery from training by utilizing what we call a de-loading week (non-weight based exercise). Then, immediately following this week, we perform a proprietary testing system based on age and gender that will allow you to know exactly what areas of fitness you excel in and what you may need to improve on.
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