THE GYM LOS OLIVOS
"Over the years I have developed at total fitness approach that works for people of all ages and all fitness stages."
Personal Training at The Gym Los Olivos is a great option for any age, and someone who prefers a one-on-one coaching relationship as their primary form of training. People with busy schedules excel in Personal Training like athletes, executives and Stay-at-home moms . The Gym Los Olivos will personalize your program to fit your personal needs and goals.
$125 10 packs available at $100 each
The Gym Los Olivos also offers semi-private training for those who like training with a partner or friend. Semi-private training is two to three people with one trainer. Bring your own group or we can create one for you. Semi-private training is more cost-effective than one-on-one training and is also a popular option that can have a competitive edge.
$65 each for 2
$55 each for 3
CLASSES and SCHEDULE
Classes at The Gym Los Olivos are extremely popular, challenging and fun. And with more than eight class time frames per week there is no reason to miss a workout. Most classes range from 4-8 people.
Monthly subscription 2x per week $250
Monthly subscription 3x per week $350
Drop in $35
*Recruit - Is for the student new to any type of strength and conditioning or new to exercise. During the workout students will cover the following: Myofascial Release, Personal Correctives, Active Warm Up, Core, Functional Strength Training, Conditioning and Flexibility.
*Intermediate - Is for the Student who's body has been prepared for more vigorous exercise. Students also need to have a good understanding of body awareness, basic movement patterns and breathing mechanics as Intermediate moves along much faster. Here you will earn a full understanding of kettlebells, bodyweight, interval training and body awareness necessary for our Advanced classes.
*Advanced - Students will have to prove and earn their spot in this class. Students should be able to perform one strict bodyweight pull-up and 8-10 perfect push-ups. If a student enters this class unprepared they will slow the class and most likely develop an injury.
Strength and Conditioning Class Schedule
Mondays, Wednesday with Kelly
Sunday with Kelly
Tuesday, Thursday with Frankie
6am - Strength & Conditioning Intermediate
7am - Strength & Conditioning Recruit
9am - Strength & Conditioning Advanced
10am - Strength & Conditioning Recruit
3pm - Strength & Conditioning Intermediate
9am – Call for availability
Important: To participate in the Strength & Conditioning Classes you will need to have a movement evaluation prior to attending these classes to make an appointment call:
Frankie Mecono 805-895-9870
What does it look Like?
Your session begins with a myofascial release technique used to inhibit overactive muscles, removing adhesions and improving range of motion. This technique os performed with a foam roller you to improve soft tissue extensibility while relaxing the muscle and allowing activation of the antagonistic muscle.
Next, we will address any necessary corrective exercises, joint mobility, activation of stabilizers and movement patterns.
Now you’re ready to train the core or abdominal region. Depending on your fitness level, you may have 3-5 abdominal exercises or just one like the Turkish Get-Up.
Power development is defined as the amount of work performed per unit of time. Power is an element of skill-related fitness that is needed to excel in athletic performance and is necessary for athletes as well as adults of all ages, unless injury is present. Power can increase through gains in strength and implementation of power movements such as the kettlebell swing and medicine ball work.
All of this leads to the functional strength portion of your training; these are full body movements like the squat, lunge, hip hinge, push, pull and carry with one or two limbs, that teach you to move as a unit. But first, mastery of certain bodyweight movements is required. I will also incorporate the use of barbells, kettlebells, dumbbells, pull-up bars, balls and bands to achieve your desired results with an emphasis on safety and technique first.
Interval Training is an excellent way to burn more calories at the end of your session, build endurance quickly and make workouts more interesting. Interval training involves alternating high intensity exercise with recovery periods. There are a variety of ways to set up interval workouts. One option is measured periods of work followed by measured periods of rest. An example would be 1 minute of high intensity work such as a sprint, kettlebell swing or walking stadium steps followed by 2 minutes of low intensity exercise like mobility drills, jogging or walking and alternating that several times for 15-30 minutes.
RESTORATION STARTS HERE!
Flexibility is the ability to move a joint smoothly through its complete range of motion. Flexibility is determined by the nature of the joint structure, the condition of the ligaments and fascia that surround the joint, and muscle extensibility. Flexibility may also be limited by the skin, connective tissue, and bones around the joint. Flexibility is one of the main components of physical fitness and is important for optimum health. However, an athlete who concentrates on flexibility exercises at the expense of strength training may reduce joint stability and increase the risk of dislocation