Body Weight Training: Exercise only with your own body – it can be made anywhere
Your physiotherapist is a personal trainer
What is personal physio training?
A training, which is carried out only with the trainer. The general advantages of personal physio training are obvious: the physiotherapist focuses on the trainee. There are no other persons who need to be looked after. The training can thus be coordinated with the requirements of the athlete. The training begins with the creation of an individual training plan.
In doing so, the wishes, goals and also the individual requirements of the athlete are taken into consideration in order to be able to create an ideally tailored training plan. Various methods and exercises are used. Examples include the popular equipment training, the training with medicine and kettle balls and the training on the cable pulling device.
Why do I need personal physio training?
When you enter into a long-term training, personal care provides the basis for good results. We use exact tests at the beginning of your training to determine personal weaknesses. We also use the Motion Guidance System which is based on laser technology and provides visual feedback to compile a perfectly tailored program. This will make you more powerful and avoid overload damage as well as possible injuries. After a brief introductory phase you will already feel the first improvements and will soon integrate the preventive training into your daily rhythm.
Personal physio training means individual care by your physiotherapist. Together with the athlete a suitable diet can be provided. Our nutrition specialist Daniel can also do a nutrition coaching for you and help you find the right products to by at the grocery store. The training sessions are usually held in our fitness rooms but can also take place outside once in a while.
In addition to individual training, there is the 1-to-1 support, the so-called partner personal physiotraining as well as the training in small groups. The personal trainer advises on the selection of appropriate sports equipment, provides assistance and corrects erroneous movements.
Is my physiotherapist qualified as a trainer?
To make it short: a physiotherapist is the ideal trainer when it comes to individual training. This is due to his or her medical training. This person learns to treat diseases with physical methods. In addition to well-known physiotherapy and other techniques, this also includes movement training and device therapy. The physiotherapist is therefore specially trained to guide people to perform sport exercises. In addition, due to his training, he is able to assess the condition of the client and to carry out an individually tailored training. If you are serious about it you will reach you goals or even get past them. Regardless of whether you want to supplement a therapy or have sporting ambitions.
Pricing for personal physio training
- single training (40 min): 53,40 €
- 5 trainings (5 x 40 min): 240 €
- 10 trainings (10 x 40 min): 453 €
or longer sessions
- single training (60 min): 80 €
- 5 trainings (5 x 60 min): 360 €
- 10 trainings (10 x 60 min): 680 €
Personal trainings are mainly used by:
• persons who are strongly employed by the profession and who wish to make the most of the available time with individually adapted exercise programs
• senior citizens or high-performance athletes who need training tailored to them and their abilities taking into account complaints and pre-existing conditions
• celebrities who prefer one-to-one training versus a gym
• people who have not reached personal goals in fitness studios or with diets and need motivation and control of the training by a trainer
Company fitness is another area of application for personnel training. Company fitness is offered as group training for employees as compensation training for the workplace. The goal is healthy and motivated employees who are less sick. Talk to us if you are interested in regular company trainings. We will be happy to assist you.
How to reach your personal fitness goals:
1. Do not overdo it, but increase yourself slowly – consistency is better than tempo!
2. Look for a sport that will also give you pleasure in the long run, which is fun for you.
3. Set yourself a personal goal and bring it back to your mind every time you train.
4. When running, you should be careful not to roll or spring the foot too much. We will analyze your running foot pattern if you like.
5. Pay attention to a calorie-adjusted diet.
6. Maintain firm regeneration pauses and do not exercise your body too one-sidedly.
Our training devices offer a variety of exercise options. More than 200 different training options contribute to the training of all muscle groups. Through a training software we create your individual training plan, which you can call up at any time via app. Your own training progress can easily be documented.
Does this training have a positive effect on your health?
Regular physical activity has a positive effect on your health. On the one hand, physical activity is a stimulation for the immune system. On the other hand, the cardiovascular system is trained and thus strengthened. Sport can thus prevent the development of diseases that affect the cardiovascular system. Through the physical activity, the body fat, also the metabolically active belly fat, can be reduced. This prevents both cardiovascular diseases and metabolic diseases, in particular diabetes mellitus type 2. In addition, the sporting activity contributes to the relief of some chronic diseases. If such a condition exists, a doctor should be consulted prior to commencing physical activity.
The individual training with a coach is overall much more effective than training in groups or self-determined training without a coach. The personal trainer, with his qualifications and experience, is able to design a training plan tailored to the client’s goals and requirements. In addition, the correct execution of the exercises is constantly checked by the trainer. A wrong execution of the exercises, which is potentially harmful, is therefore excluded. Here the coach can, for example, instruct the training with kettleballs, medicine balls or the barbell. In addition, the coach helps by motivating the client.
Motivation is a crucial factor in achieving personal goals. While motivation often declines quickly when training without a trainer, the trainer constantly ensures that it is maintained. Your own goals can be achieved much faster and more effectively through the mentioned advantages. Personal physio training is ideal for health-conscious individuals who want to take full advantage of the health benefits of exercise.
Getting to your physical limits in training is always a challenge. Why this is worthwhile, we want to mention some additional aspects:
Sugar is an important nutrient for the brain and renal medulla. In trained people it is transported faster into the muscles, where it provides the energy for movement. Also the heart volume increases through regular training. Per heartbeat, an athlete’s heart can usually carry twice as much blood as the heart of an untrained person.
Also the muscle mass is crucial for the body strength. The muscles become more resilient in athletes and this increases the basal metabolic rate. Oxygen is the prerequisite for every muscle movement. Athletes breathe deeper than the untrained, because they can take up to five times as much air in their lungs. As a result, more oxygen gets into every cell of the body. Without appropriate training, however, the oxygen supply decreases with age. Bone density increases with regular loading as the cells that make up the bone substance multiply. The denser the bones, the lower the risk of breakage.
In addition, sports make the tendons more elastic, providing additional protection against injury. Body temperature increases during training because muscles turn chemical energy into motion or heat. Athletes with a good endurance training state have improved heat release from the inside of the body. Sweat cooling starts faster, the trained organism starts sweating earlier than an untrained one.
Blood fat decreases with regular training and thereby prevents arteriosclerosis. In addition, sport increases the proportion of healthy cholesterol, the HDL cholesterol. Fat is reduced by sport. Who trains, increases his energy needs. The body first resorts to the fat pads. You should eat a little less calories from your diet than you need to promote this effect.
The blood pressure drops because by continuous training, among other things, the blood vessels expand. Already regular exercise promotes this effect. People with high blood pressure benefit especially from it. Basal metabolic rate is the energy requirement of the body at rest. The higher the basal metabolic rate, the better. As muscle mass increases, you automatically increase your basal metabolic rate, the body produces more heat and faster accesses to fat reserves.