Revolve to Evolve

Next beginners class begins in March

03/15/2020 Sunday

10:30 am-11:45 pm

4:30 pm- 5:45 pm

***There are only 6 spots available in each class.***



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Cost of the class is $90.00 for 4 weeks. Includes access to the app and the wellness coaching consultation and assessment. Class meets once per week. Participants must enroll in a particular class time and in the month prior to the class start time to allow time for assessment, programming, and app set up.  If you are interested in enrolling, please fill out the contact information to get started. 


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RTE 

Program


A combination of beginner level  group wellness coaching and movement for joint mobility.

The big buzz words in fitness are "mobility" and "core" work.

Gaining solid joint mobility and stability requires more than just "passive" stretching, banded distraction, or using foam rollers. Actively gaining stable joint range of motion requires daily work and specific strengthening movements. 

 Revolve to Evolve teaches participants how to progress through these techniques. Class is taught by Carly Morgan, who is currently the only NASM CPT Corrective Exercise Specialist that is also a certified FRS- FRC mobility specialist in the state of West Virginia. 

Carly will be teaching and programming a variety of movements and techniques that combine RMR, CES, and FRC philosophies. Class size is intentionally kept small to insure that the participants are given the detailed instruction and supervision needed to learn and properly perform the exercise content of the course. 

What do you learn in the class?

The first 4 weeks is focused on trying to  establish a better work space and awareness all of your joints. 

Once that has been established progression through the program will be focused on continuing to enhance and strengthen your joints as well as your midline.

The goal is to work towards a stable core and joint stability and mobility for resiliency. Proper core stability includes hip and pelvic stability and strength 

(including glutes, hip flexors, rotators, QL, hamstrings and more).


 You need scapular stability, deep stabilizer stability and strength (including the pelvic floor, diaphragm, transverse abdominus, and multifidi), and the more global superficial abdominal and back muscles like the rectus abdominis, obliques, lats, spinal erectors, etc.. PHEW!!!! 


Fancy words for "lots of stuff" needs to be working, and more importantly they need to work together. It's waaaay more than just your "6-pack abs" or doing some glute exercises. 


 It also requires controllable unrestricted range of motion in the hands, wrists. elbows, shoulders, spine, hips, knees, ankles, and feet. It requires the ability to eccentrically control motion in all planes of movement. It requires working on balance, and foot and ankle strength and stability. 


Revolve to Evolve offers all of this in a progressed format.

The more stable and mobile the feet, ankles, knees, hips, spine, scapulae, arms, etc., the better the rest of your body will be equipped to move. If you are currently living with chronic pain and restricted movement, this program could help to decrease your pain.

Building solid joint range of motion and midline stability will give you the proper building blocks you will need to maximize your training to get optimal results, while helping to mitigate the likelihood of injuries.

The Revolve to Evolve program offers stability and variability at the same time, allowing for proper neurological and muscle reeducation along with consistent progression. This program is useful for almost everyone. You will be building your way towards becoming more resilient.

What is in the Program?

The first part of Revolve to Evolve is 4 weeks and it has 2 main components. The course will then progress in 4 week intervals if the participant chooses to continue on their journey. Total length of the program is 16 weeks.

Part 1:

Wellness class that teaches the participants effective strategies to incorporate healthy behaviors revolving around mental wellness, nutrition, and fitness. Participants will utilize the Symmetry Fitness App to track their behaviors and goals throughout the week.

Information based on these goals will be used in class to allow the participants to receive the appropriate feedback needed to progress. This feedback and group accountability is an important component of behavior change. Goals are dependent on individual client need. The required consultation and assessment will help the client and coach determine these individual goals. For individuals working towards weight loss, there will be a weekly weigh in prior to the start of class.

Part 2:

The exercise portion of the class for joint mobility and stability will focus on techniques and movements that will give proper instruction for techniques to be used daily to increase the participants usable working joint space.

The participants will follow up on what they learn in class with assigned programming to be used at home and/or in a gym of their choosing.

This programming and all necessary instruction and videos will be uploaded in to the app. This helps to keep the client accountable to doing the necessary exercises throughout the week so that they can begin to establish the effective daily habits needed to achieve consistent improved joint range of motion and strength.

Designing a program in this manner allows the necessary time for consistent progression to begin building a stable work space and foundation for the client to layer on any work or workout related activity of their choosing.


The take away is that when followed correctly, this program offers you consistent, workable progression, whereby the volume and demand increases each week. This progression helps you to become a more mentally and physically resilient person! It is an important component of the RMR style training that Symmetry Fitness advocates and teaches.


If you are looking to improve your  health behavior habits, joint stability, or you've been told by a medical professional that you need to work on building your mobility and core strength, then this program could be very helpful to you.


New Class Times Beginning 03/15/2020*

for RTE Intro Class. Only 2 classes available. 6 spaces per class. Contact me today to reserve your spot in class.


03/15/2020 Sunday 

 10:30 am-11:45 pm 

4:30 pm- 5:45 pm




 

Contact Us

Cost of the class is $90.00 for 4 weeks. Includes access to the app and the wellness coaching consultation and assessment. Class meets once per week. Participants must enroll in a particular class time and in the month prior to the class start time to allow time for assessment, programming, and app set up.  If you are interested in enrolling, please fill out the contact information to get started. 


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Symmetry Fitness Client Testimonial

     "I walk funny; well I walked even funnier until I started working with Carly. I began having knee problems during adolescence which was worsened by year round sports through college. My difficulties were poorly diagnosed and treated by multiple athletic trainers, orthopedists, and physical therapists resulting in many different types of braces, unnecessary injections and surgeries. 

     By the time, I got to Carly I was unable to squat, had chronic pain and couldn’t get up from a chair without using my upper body. She quickly discovered all my various weaknesses and flawed, compensatory movements and then the work started. Initially, I was skeptical and doubtful of her methods. When she would demonstrate a movement, I would think, “well that seems super easy,” or, “why am I doing this funny little exercise with bands in this odd position with her holding my knee out.” But then that, “super easy movement,” or funny exercise would be incredibly challenging. I would be shaking with effort and not even be holding a weight.

     So, overtime I learned to trust her and her process. An initial long-term goal was to be able to build up enough stability, endurance, and strength to complete the trail hike that leads to Machu Picchu. I was able to complete the hike successfully, train for and complete a few Spartan Races, in addition to regularly working out and becoming comfortable and proficient at several Olympic lifts and barbell-based movements.

     I worked with her for several years and felt confident enough to start CrossFit when I moved away. Then, several years later I found my way back to Carly looking for help recovering from a severe L4,5 herniation that I sustained three months after having a baby. The Neurosurgeon wanted to avoid surgery as much as possible so I dove into various treatment modalities. I received massage, chiropractic care, traction, steroid injections and physical therapy, which all helped in the immediate period after the injury but my improvement plateaued.

      I was so happy that I could return to working with her through her App. I am improving my cardio, mobility and strengthening my midline under her guidance. I am incredibly satisfied with my progress. As with my previous experience working with Carly, the initial program with the smaller movements and what seemed to be lighter cardio all served a greater purpose to advance me through the appropriate steps to get me to the more dynamic and challenging movements. Trust her and trust the process!! And communicate, she can’t adjust or make changes unless she knows what is going on with you."

~Caitlin C.