Post-Rehab: helps a client bridge the gap between a medical environment and fitness environment. It occurs towards the end, or after, seeing a medical/allied health professional (i.e., family physician, physiotherapist, chiropractor, osteopath, occupational therapist, massage therapist, athletic therapist). It involves mobilizing, stabilizing and strengthening an injured region, and integrating it back with the entire body and human movement system.
Personal Training: is frequently used as a means to increase the general fitness of a population with no existing medical issues. Personal training may be used to improve characteristics such as, but not limited to: body composition, general strength, cardiovascular endurance, and flexibility.
Strength and Conditioning: improves athletic and occupational (i.e., armed forces, police officers, firefighters etc…) performance. Strength and Conditioning Specialists conduct sport-specific testing sessions, design and implement safe and effective strength training and conditioning programs, and provide guidance regarding nutrition and injury prevention.
Nutritional Coaching: provides individuals with the knowledge and the resources to make decisions that will be vital to their health and well-being. Topics covered will include: principles of good nutrition and preparation, food to be included in a normal daily diet, essential nutrients needed by the body and recommended amounts, the actions of nutrients in the body, the effects of deficiencies or excesses of nutrients, and food supplements that are good sources of essential nutrients.