TYPES OF TRAINING

STRENGTH TRAINING

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Strength training is a form of training where you focus on progressing the amount of weight you lift. In the photo, we show an example of a strength exercise, similar to what you would do if you choose to focus on this type of training in your workouts with your trainer.

SPORTS-SPECIFIC TRAINING

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Sports-specific training is working on exercises to help you in your sport or activity. This type of training is a lot of core, stability and strengthening to specific muscle groups, so that when coming together with the rest of your body, you can improve your overall performance. In this photo we show an example of such an exercise.

REHABILITATION

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Many people suffer from injuries; therefore, we provide rehabilitation training for those with a desire to strengthen, heal and recover. Many overcompensate with other muscle groups when injured. Our goal is to help re-teach your body how to work in unison. In this photo we show a stretch/exercise for those with hip issues.

ENDURANCE/HIIT/INTERVAL TRAINING

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For those that desire to strengthen their cardiovascular system, break plateaus, increase lung capacity and endurance, and advance overall fitness performance, we offer endurance, HIIT and interval types of training. We recommend incorporating these types of training in anyone’s workouts no matter who you are. In this photo we show an example of an exercise that falls into this category of training.

JOINT AND FLEXIBILITY TRAINING

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Joint and flexibility training is often one of the most overlooked areas of training. You cannot workout to the best of your ability or be your healthiest self without proper stretching and muscle recovery. A longer muscle is a stronger muscle, and here at Focus Athletics, we incorporate stretching, trigger point, foam rolling and sports massage in our clients’ workouts to make sure they do not get injured, and their muscles recover faster. In this photo we show an example of a stretch that is easy to incorporate into your daily routine.

CORE STABILITY AND FUNCTIONAL TRAINING

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Your core connects your upper and lower body; therefore, it is incredibly important to incorporate core stability training for all clients. Functional training is learning to be aware of your body and how it moves from any age — young, athlete or the elderly. In this photo we show owner of Focus Athletics, Daniel Nishikawa performing an advanced core exercise.

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Hours

  • Monday-Friday, 5 a.m. – 7 p.m.
  • Saturday: 6 a.m. – 3 p.m.
  • Sunday: CLOSED

Address

747 Dover Dr Unit A Newport Beach, CA 92663

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