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The NSPT Model

The NSPT Training Model


Every gym goer has their own set of respective weaknesses, imbalances, limitations, posture issues and  various strengths. It is our goal to help each client understand how their body should move and what the necessary steps are to achieve quality movement and personal fitness goals throughout their training development. Below is the typical operations model for each client when they join NSPT.




A thorough discussion with each client to better understand their current and past sports calendar, training history, injury history and personal goals. We also complete a fun goal setting exercise which will be mapped out on paper to begin the positive and motivating mindset process! Also, each client will recieve a food log, and after completion with continued discussion, clients will recieve a nutrition packet with tips, facts, meal planning recommendations and how to fuiel the right way!

We listen first, then explain the benefits of our program and how it can help each client reach their fitness goals.


 Movement Screening and Postural Analysis


Following the consultation and background discussion, each client will perform a movement screening and performance assessment, specifically designed to identify weaknesses, imbalances, potential future sources of injury and also, strengths. Following the screening , an NSPT Coach will discuss findings with each client in order to educate them about their movement patterns. Then, we will discuss programming for each client going forward.


Let the Training Begin!


At the completion of the consultation and movement screening, all findings are reviewed with NSPT Coaches and clients and are ready to begin their respective program! All programs, athlete or adult, begin with foam rolling, mobility and a proper dynamic warm-up!

NOTE: Athlete Programming is based around a periodization model in which functional training, strength training and power training are used in monthly patterns. This is the most effective way of to train athletes to maximize mobility, functional strength,  strength gains, power and speed and agility. Corrective work is used during all phases of athlete development!