Training Approach

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Inspire Training Philosophy

“The Inspire Fitness philosophy is straight forward – a customised approach to exercise prescription that delivers a complete health and well being solution for all clients”
Brendan Rigby – Owner Inspire Fitness.

At Inspire we view the human body as an intricate and interrelated system where all elements of health are equally important to attain overall well being.

We take a holistic approach to your training – improving health and well being by recognising that achieving all the elements of health is vital. When we develop an individual tailored exercise program, we bring together the latest methodology in sports science, incorporating the critical areas of functional strength training, core and postural control, flexibility, good nutrition, cardiovascular fitness and balance.

We believe that neglecting or being deficient in any of these important elements will ultimately lead to the breakdown of our most important asset – our body.

Inspire trainers successfully lead, motivate and challenge clients to incorporate all these elements of fitness and wellbeing, taking into consideration each client’s current level of conditioning and goal attainment.

Did you know that the exercises that you are currently doing in your gym or group fitness program may be dangerous or harmful to your health?
    The reason for this is that your body is unique and vastly different. Amongst many things, we have differences in postural shape; we have differences in symmetry of strength and flexibility from one side of your body to the other. We have differences in your core and your pelvic stability.
      I’m Brendan Rigby from Inspire fitness for wellbeing, and for these reasons we design and tailor a unique individual exercise program for the unique needs of your body. Prior to commencement, we scientifically analyse and assess your body to identify your body’s biomechanical needs. 
     Unfortunately, most gyms and fitness services use a cookie cutter, one size fits all approach and you know your body is not a one size fits all.
      So – if you want to make sure that you don’t get hurt; and by that I mean NOT tear a muscle, NOT dangerously overload your joints. AND if you have already made the decision that you want to look good and feel good about your body, you know what to do!”

Brendan Rigby
Bach.App.Sci (HM) (hons.)
Accredited Exercise Physiologist
Corrective Exercise Practitioner