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Science That Moves You

What Makes Us Stand Out

At Fitness Factory Denton, you will find a different approach to what is genereally referred to as "Fitness".  Programs are designed to improve your performance, overall health and functionality, with your specific needs in mind and the science to back it up. Our team promises, to make this an experience unlike any before, as we are uniquely qualified to work with you, and also to guide you along the way.


Here is an overview, of what we can offer you:

Depending on your preferences, you may choose any of the following:

Prehabilitation

As an athlete's body matures within a sport, their body adapts to the physical demands of training. Too often repetitive movements and the daily stresses of training cause negative effects within their bodies. This limited training technique may cause tightness of muscle groups, imbalances of strength, coordination or muscle stabilization, which occur naturally with activity and are reinforced with each workout. These imbalances are often the root of many training injuries and may predispose athletes to greater risk of injury during training and competition.

What we do

Injury prevention and optimization of functional movements using a variety of corrective exercises. A prehab program should be constantly updated to match the athlete's progress. Activities in a prehab routine can be a subtle focused exercise or a complex sequence of movements designed for dynamic stabilization or to improve an athlete's skill.

Adding dimensions of skill, 1 on 1 competition or scoring values can stimulate an athlete's focus and improve the success of a program. Using tools like a foam roller, balance boards, weighted and exercise balls can also make a program unlimited in design.

Functional Movement Analysis

The Functional Movement Screen (FMS) is a tool developed by Cook and colleagues in 1997 to help clinicians and health care professions screen individuals for risk of injury and / or a dysfunctional or performance-limiting movement pattern. The FMS is a tool used to identify asymmetries which result in functional movement deficiencies. It aims to identify imbalances in mobility and stability during seven fundamental movement patterns. These movement patterns are designed to provide observable performance of basic locomotor, manipulative and stabilizing movements by placing an individual in extreme positions where weaknesses and imbalances become noticeable if appropriate mobility and motor control is not utilized.

What we do

Once these deficiencies have been identified through the FMS, a program of corrective exercises is then developed with the goal of preventing musculoskeletal injuries.


Depending on your preferences, you may choose any of the following:

Flexible Training Locations

Everyone has different schedules and preferences.  Maybe You are a morning person who wants to workout from home.  Or perhaps you would like to train in the evening in the great outdoors.  Either way we've got you covered.  A location of our own is coming soon.

What we do

Since we bring our equipment everywhere we go, we are happy to meet our clients at the time and location that is most convenient for them.

Strength and Conditioning

Strength and conditioning is a relatively broad term that can be approached from many different angles. However, no matter what program is being followed the end goal is usually the same: Increase muscular strength and endurance while also improving cardiovacsular fitness. Strength and conditioning is a vital part of athletic performance in any sport but it is also important for the general population to increase physical fitness and overall quality of life.

What we do

While these strength qualities vary between sports, athletes within the same sport have different technical and physical strengths and weakness and therefore require specific interventions. These specific needs are identified in conjunction with our team.

Once the specific strength qualities have been identified, they are measured and tracked to ensure that the strength and conditioning program is being effective and achieving its goals.

A well-designed strength and conditioning program, in conjunction with sports medicine support, can increase the athletes’ tolerance to training and decrease the chance of injury.

Plyometrics

Research has demonstrated that not only does training improve perform​ance; it also shows that incorrect training can cause decrements to performance. Using techniques such as plyometrics in some high-power athletes and sports-specific movements in others, strength coaches may improve physical function and athletic performance.

Plyometrics — plyos for short — is a type of exercise that trains muscles to produce power (strength + speed). Plyometric exercises involve a stretch of the muscles, immediately followed by a contraction of the same muscles.

What We Do

While strength training mostly creates nervous system and muscular adaptations to get stronger, plyometric exercises will help improve explosiveness — our ability to generate maximum force in a minimum time.

Plyometrics is an important component of most sports performance training as it focuses on the “speed” component of power.

Plyometric exercises include vertical and broad jumps, where you jump as high and/or as far as possible. Skipping rope, jumping squats, single leg hopping and clapping push-ups are also great examples of plyometric exercises.

Smart plyometric training will improve your speed and power, all while improving your coordination and agility too. With an effective and specific training plan, you can get faster when you sprint, jump higher during basketball games, change directions quickly on the soccer field or return tennis serves every time.

Plyometric exercises need to be executed with proper form, always respecting your body’s limits. Before adding the “jumping” and “explosiveness” component to the movement, we focus first on perfecting squats before doing squat jumps onto a box or platform.

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