Dr. Best’s – Best Fitness Trainers in Los Angeles
Dr. Best was a competitive rower in college at the University of San Diego and was a wrestler in High School, in addition having played football, swimming and judo. Dr. Best brings his special expertise into training workouts when appropriate for the necessary rehabilitation of sports injuries. On the spot Dr. Best can recognize imbalances in the musculature and rebalance them using the techniques in Applied Kinesiology.
Dr. Best uses vibration plate therapy in conjunction with lifting weights to improve proprioception and return patients to optimal performance.
Dr. Best has had the pleasure to work on location at the U.S. Olympic Trials for the National Cycling Team and has worked with a superstar legend of track field, one of the fastest woman in the world to come back into the game following a hamstring injury to take 3td in the World Competition in her 30s.
Dr. Best also trained with Notre Damn football camp in his youth as his older brother then played for Notre Damn and then later Chicago Bears.
Dr. Ken Best, D.C.
For most people, at least in the beginning, it’s about better ADL’s. (Or Activities of Daily Living.). Which means, increased functionality in our daily lives. Things like walking upstairs, sitting down in a chair, getting out of the car, walking in heels or playing with the kids. Also important is the prevention of injuries such as falls, trips, spills, back pulls, knee pains, etc. We can accomplish this through increased range of motion, mobility, balance, stability, flexibility, agility and overall strength. This is the first step in Maxwell’s Optimax Method. “With these building blocks we can then start to take it to the next level in shaping the body through specific exercise and techniques.”
Maxwell started Optimax Method in 2013 after training in the big box gyms like Equinox and David Barton. Certified personal trainer and fitness nutrition specialist with National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). Maxwell is experienced in Corrective exercise for individuals with and injury rehab or physical limitations. Working with pre and post-natal clientele, helping mothers stay fit and healthy through the term. Helping create an environment for an easier child birth and recovery. He is an expert in modalities such as Kettlebells, Cables, TRX to list a few. Maxwell was a professional snow skier and played many high level competitive sports. He brings his knowledge and experience to sports specific development for your weekend warrior or your professional competitor. Maxwell currently competes with the National Physique Committee and the International federation of bodybuilding. He participates in fitness and physique bodybuilding shows. Maxwell took a 4th place finish in His last contest.
If your just trying to lose a few pounds, or many. If you want more muscle and tone in your shape. Or getting ready for an Iron man or local mud run; Optimax Method will create the right program for you. There will be a comprehensive assessment for you, your goals and abilities.
Maxwell also offers nutrition counseling and meal plans to aid in the fitness process. “More than 50% of your fitness relies on nutrition”. “Getting fit and eating healthy will improve your sleep, increased energy and focus when awake, overall feeling of well-being and confidence of strength in your daily life”.
Come find your fitness life with Maxwell and Optimax Method, were strong mind = strong body.
Fitness for life!
Rhonda Polon, creator of Spin Gal Fitness, started as a little girl working with her mother in the fitness industry. As she got older, she began managing gyms around town and decided to get certified through Johnny G, Spin guru. Rhonda is a three-time certification owner (ACE, AFA, and Nutrition) who specializes in circuit training with a combination of cardio and weight bearing exercises. She places much emphasis on form and technique, but keeps the workouts fun as well. Rhonda loves every minute of every day that she does it, so get ready to get fit with Spin Gal!
Having a personal trainer is like having a personal coach, someone with the knowledge and experience — and the motivational abilities — to help people reach their fitness goals. My primary function of being a personal trainer is to instruct individual clients on the property methods of exercising according to their age and fitness abilities. More than that, though, the personal trainer has to be someone who can make people want to meet their fitness goals. It’s a skill that many either have or don’t, and can be hard, if not impossible, to learn.
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ACE, AFA, and Nutrition