Absolute Fitness offers personal one-on-one training in a smaller, private or semi-private environment that’s not as loud as a traditional gym and is much more personalized to YOU. You’re offered the expertise of a licensed physical therapist to answer all of your questions about prior injuries or any concerns about other health conditions. This can significantly reduce your risk of injury, especially if you’ve recently received medical care. Get the extra peace of mind you need about the safety of your work out program.
To giving you the total support you need to help you meet ALL of your health and fitness goals!
- lose weight
- improve your overall fitness
- increase your strength
- improve flexibility
- increase and/or maintain mobility
- sports or activity-specific training:
Of training with us:
- Increased motivation
- personal attention
- individualized programs
- faster results
- safer, reduced risk of injury
- flexible hours
- more privacy
- no waiting for equipment
- no distractions
- look good
- feel better!
How Does your program work?
You will start by receiving an initial fitness assessment by one of our trained physical therapists that will include:
- Body fat percentage
- cardiovascular fitness
- flexibility exam
- balance assessment
We will then review your results with you and discuss the goals that you want to meet. A customized program will be set up to help you meet those goals. Your program will be updated consistently to prevent boredom and create the “muscle confusion” you need for faster, accelerated results.
Refer a Friend
- Refer 1 friend or family member and get 10% off of your next training package
- Refer 2 friends or family members and get 20% off
- Refer 3 friends or family members get 30% off
Come with a Friend
If you find it easier to motivate yourself with a close friend or family member we can do some training packages in groups of 2. With a group package each person will get 20% off the package price. All sessions must be done as a group with the exception of the fitness assessment.
Frozen Shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, is a very painful condition in which the shoulder is completely or partially unmovable. Frozen Shoulder often appears for no apparent reason but can stem from a mild injury to the shoulder. Stiffness and pain can be severe at times, and result in common symptoms such as:
- Night pain (aches) that will wake you , especially when lying on the affected side.
- Severe, sharp, and catching pain in the front of the shoulder, lasting up to 40 seconds.
- Pain reaching in back pocket, putting on a coat, brushing the hair, inability to clasp up bra, and driving.
- Pain down the shoulder into the arm.
- Shouder is completely stiff and locked. You cannot lift the shoulder and others cannot lift it for you either.
Typical frozen shoulder develops slowly, and in three stages:
- Stage One: Pain increases with movement and is often worse at night. There is a progressive loss of motion with increasing pain. This stage lasts approximately 2 to 9 months.
- Stage Two: Pain begins to diminish, however, the range of motion is now much more limited, as much as 50 percent less than in the other arm. This stage may last 4 to 12 months.
- Stage Three: The condition may begin to resolve. Most patients experience a gradual restoration of motion over the next 12 to 42 months