There are three phases to the PUSH Training ProgramSM and one specialized training specifically designed for eliminating tension while sitting at a computer. All trainings focus on building strength and endurance while simultaneously releasing tension and increasing mobility.
Phase I – In phase I of the training, the focus will be on releasing tension in the muscles and joints. You will learn Tension Release TrainingSM which uses the PUSH approach to natural bodyweight exercises. These exercises utilize your own bodyweight for resistance. This class will also require the use of light weights.
Phase II – In Phase II of the training, the focus will be on building strength and endurance. You will practice PUSH Strength TrainingSM which uses the PUSH approach to natural bodyweight exercises. These exercises utilize your own bodyweight for resistance. This class will also require the use of light to heavy weights.
Phase III – In Phase III of the training, the focus will be on stopping your tension building habits and replacing them with patterns of mobility. Through PUSH Mobility TrainingSM you will practice applying your training to everyday movements or for athletes, athletic movements.
Seated Endurance Training – This is a specialized training for people that sit at computers for extended period of time. You will learn all three phases of the training in this class.
All PUSH Training Programs strictly follow our Progressive Training MethodSM. Progressive Training is training to the capacity that your body will allow. We do not require a specific number of repetitions or a specific amount of weight to lift during any exercise. Each exercise is performed to the extent that your body will allow. Once this range or weight becomes fluid and effortless, you progress to the next level or higher weight.
By following the Progressive Training Method, you will prevent injury and progress at a more natural and consistent rate. Progressive training also allows people to begin and progress at their own level. Whether you are a professional athlete in peak shape or 80 years old and have never exercised, progressive training allows you to start at your own level and progress at any rate.