We are challenging the mainstream belief that you must sweat for hours every week to attain a strong, fit and pain-free body … and the results speak for themselves.
Everyone needs strength training
Strong muscles are foundational to good health and a pain-free body that does what you need it to do, with elegance, grace and ease. Whether you are a seasoned athlete or someone who needs to get back into shape, this program can be calibrated to help you reach your training goals efficiently and safely.
Two 30-minute strength training sessions per week is all your body needs
Twice weekly New Element Training™ (NET) sessions give you the benefits of hours of conventional exercise — including improved flexibility and cardiovascular fitness — plus those associated specifically with high intensity strength training. Read the scientific explanation here.
Our structured training program assimilates the latest academic research, using state-of-the-art therapeutic and strength-building machines. Exercises are sequenced to correct the muscular weaknesses and imbalances which can cause poor posture and pain throughout the body.
Not only does your body become more fit and toned, it also regenerates at a cellular level. Moreover, NET recruits the power of the mind to guide your body back to a healthier state and the limber movements of youth.
But this is not a “too good to be true” scenario: you will have to work exceptionally hard during those 30-minute sessions.
Over the course of the training session, your muscles will be fully contracted for longer than in a conventional workout of much greater duration, providing exponentially more health benefits, for reasons that are explained in the sections on fast-twitch type-2b muscles and myokines. Although muscles are exerted to their maximum, the New Element Training regime has safeguards to protect joints and soft tissue from injury.
The body does not overheat in the short duration of each exercise, so you will probably not feel the need to shower after your workout.
Golfers Take Note
Strength training can improve your golf game. Read more . . .