TRIPLE P SPEED

PAIN, POSTURE, & PERFORMANCE WITH A TOUCH OF SPEED

To Whom May Be Concerned of Their Health & Fitness,

 

  • Do you often feel tired and depleted by the end of your day or week?
  • Do you have a nagging ache or pain in your body such as a back ache or knee pain, maybe caused from a previous injury, a sedentary lifestyle, or simply bad posture?
  • Do you want to live an active lifestyle and play more with your kids, or play in an adult league like softball or basketball?

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How would you like a class that covers the issues I mentioned above?...

  • A class that will allow you to leave feeling refreshed and rejuvenated
  • a class that will increase your range of motion and flexibility, allowing you to reduce your chance of injury and heal previous injuries, and improve posture.  
  • Or a class that increases your desire to be more active and feel young and kid-like again?


If any of this sounds good, then I invite you to check out a class or two during our orientation weeks. 

Below is a general breakdown of the class and how it is different than other group fitness or workout classes.

TRIPLE P vs OTHER WORKOUT CLASSES

 

1. Stretching/Warm up Segment

Most programs don’t cover proper stretching and warm up.  Triple P will cover a 15-20 minute Stretching and Warm up Segment to thoroughly warm up the body which will allow the body to be more efficient in its movements, and prevent injuries from occurring.

2. Athletic Movements

Unlike most other programs, Triple P will emphasize and focus on athletic movements in both the vertical and lateral traveling patterns such as skipping and lateral shuffles, as well as footwork drills for increased agility and athleticism.


     3.  Systematic Build-up

Most group fitness classes may use modifications for exercises that are too difficult for some to perform, but most also don’t have appropriate build up of intensity of the workouts.  Day or Week 1 is just as hard as any other day.  This is not so with Triple P, as this class will follow a structured 6-Week Plan that increases difficulty with each week.  This will allow for beginners to adjust and grow during the process.  

 

Sample Breakdown of a Workout Session

 

Segment 1
5min - Static Stretches/In Place Stretching
5min - Dynamic Stretching/Moving 
5-10min - Traveling Warmup
Segment 2
10min - Agility/Footwork
Segment 3
20-25min - Partnered Travel Movement/Exercise Split

 

Example of the Systematic Buildup

Here’s an example of the weekly buildup using different jogging expectations from week 1-6

Week 1 - Jog 1 lap in between segments,
Week 2 - Jog 1-2 laps in between segments,
Week 3 - Jog no less than 2 laps in between segments,
Week 4 - Jog 3-4 laps in between segments
Week 5 - Jog no less than 3 laps in between segments
Week 6 - Jog 4-5 laps in between segments

TARGET AGE RANGE

Although all are welcome to come, and even kids/families, Triple P Speed will be most ideal for ages 25-55 who are looking to reduce pain, improve posture, and improve performance.  

 

LOCATION

NLTI W8 Room, 510 E. King Street, Sherman

 

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