Exercise selection is a one of the main factors in determining what results you want your clients to achieve. Exercise selection is based on several things: what are the goals of the clients, what are the goals of the workout and what is the optimal outcome. We take into consideration the ability of the client as well as their fitness level.
At B-Fit we do not use very many pieces of what most would consider workout machines. These machines are either plate loaded or selectorized and even though they could have a place in a workout, they are not optimal for creating joint stability, strength, coordination, and balance.
We like to refer to the body as the machine and then add equipment to create the exercises. Functional exercises can be created using everything from barbells, dumbbells, stability balls,
sand bags, medicine balls, ropes and bands making the choices for exercise limitless.
In the pictures you will see a couple exercises on the stability balls. The goals of these
particular exercises are to improve balance, coordination and to work on the “righting” reflexes.
When your sport or hobbies include activities like riding horses, motorcycles, or bicycles
righting reflex exercises should be included in your workout programming.
If you have any questions you can always contact us at email@example.com.
Beverly Ivey Johnson
CHEK IMS Level 2