Specializing In Fitness Over 40
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Certified Personal Trainer with the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Online or In-Person training available.
Certified Corrective Exercise Specialist with the National Academy of Sports Medicine and Masters Degree in Corrective and Rehabilitative Exercise. Virtual or In-Person Assessments available.
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Thank you for visiting, my name is Darren Stroh. I am a Certified Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES) and Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) with the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) and hold a Masters Degree in Corrective and Rehabilitative Exercise. As a CES and CPT, I specialize in helping people achieve their strongest self, by restoring the body to optimal force capability through my Optimal Performance Mode which corrects neuromuscular dysfunctions and strengthens the body as a single kinetic chain of movement. This Optimal Performance Model has allowed me the good fortune of overcoming many musculoskeletal dysfunctions and continue to be active, lift weights and push my limits as I close in on the half century mark.
TAKE THE GUESS WORK OUT OF YOUR WORKOUTS
You can have each workout designed by me, a Certified Personal Trainer and Corrective Exercise Specialist, and have it sent right to your phone, so you have the confidence that you are receiving the most effective exercises designed to create a stronger body, more mobility, and injury-free self.
As a Certified Corrective Exercise Specialist, I can help you correct neuromuscular dysfunctions that are contributing to joint pain or leading to potential muscle injuries. My Optimal Performance Model ensures that you are at your optimal muscular performance while minimizing potential injuries and limitations.
The more I look around, the more I see people taking the path of lowering expectations rather than raising their own standards. What about you?
It doesn’t take a genius to look around and see the vast differences that exist from one person to the next; this has nothing to do with comparing your results to the next person. Regardless of where you are now, you can push past your current limitations and build upon each success.
“Our bodies operate in a manner that must be determined through our central nervous system; what forces or resistance our body is being subjected to, and what is the desired outcome or movement our body wishes or needs to perform. At this point, our body is designed in a manner that requires each joint to be properly aligned and mobile to not hinder the mobility of another acting joint. Any breakdown of one joint can create a disruption or dysfunction of another joint in our kinetic chain.”
Darren Stroh, M.S. CPT, CES -NASM
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