Training for strength through systematic, safe progressions equates to increases in bone density, stronger connective tissue, increased resting metabolic rates and the ability to perform daily living activities at optimal levels.
Many programs spend too much time training clients for endurance when the reality is most of life and sport relies more heavily on our ability to produce strength in order to prevent injury and function at our potential. In order to train for strength gains, proper body alignment, flexibility and thoughtful progressions need to be in place. The training professionals at Pete Mueller Performance Group have the experience to train you to move beautifully which allows us to challenge the strength side of optimal performance. Being able to lift heavy stuff quickly is a really good thing.