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Corrective Exercise

We move because we can, and we move because we must. Life is movement and by moving correctly we can continue to do the things that we enjoy in life. Corrective Exercise is a scientifically structured exercise program, designed to restore and maintain posture and body movement mechanics. Everyone can benefit from Corrective Exercise, and each person is given a personalized program based upon their needs and goals - no cookie cutter programs here!

The Corrective Exercise program focuses much effort on technique - without it, there is little benefit to movement. By incorporating the “Three Iʼs” of exercise, each client is able to attain proper posture and function of the body. Those “Iʼs” are: “Isolate then Integrate” - the abdominal core must be able to function in an isolated state, then appropriately taught to work at greater and more integrated capacities. “Integrate in order to Improve” - as we move throughout the day, dozens of muscles are being used in synchronicity, therefore we must exercise in a way that respects the true movement patterns of the body. “Information for the Individual” - as mentioned above, each Corrective Exercise program is tailored to your needs and goals.

The Corrective Exercise Program works well with any other therapy or exercise program that you may be enrolled in. Many physical therapists, chiropractors and coaches have recommended the Marchant Training Method Corrective Exercise Program!

Programs

Corrective Exercise

Private training available only, 30 or 60 minute sessions available.

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Personal Training

Private or Semi-Private training available, 30 or 60 minute sessions available.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I set up my first complimentary appointment?

To set up your first 30 minute complimentary appointment, feel free to contact me over the phone, e-mail, or by the contact form listed at the bottom of the page.

How early do I need to arrive for my first appointment?

Please arrive at least 10 minutes before your scheduled appointment time. There will be some forms you will need to fill out before our appointment. Each appointment is scheduled for exactly 30 minutes, so if you arrive late we will still have to end the session at our scheduled time.

What should I wear and bring with me?

Please wear comfortable clothing and bring a bottle of water and towel with you. Water and towels are provided, but some clients prefer their own. Most of the appointment will be conducted with shoes off.

What will the first appointment be like?

Our first appointment will cover your goals for our time together. We will also go through a few basic movement and range of motion assessments. If more detailed assessments are needed, we will discuss that during this first appointment.

What should I be doing in between our appointments?

Each client receives a personalized home mobility program. This program will be sent in an e-mail with a video link to each movement in the program. Typically it is recommended to do this basic 5-10 minute mobility program each day on your own. Some clients also receive a personalized home exercise program to do in between sessions.

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About Matt Marchant

Matt is a student of life and enjoys laughing, learning, and loving along with his wife and two year old son. He enjoys spending time in nature where he finds peace and rejuvenation, but most of all the simplicity that the outdoors provide. When he is not working he is playing, when he is playing he is working.

Experience:

Holistic Health Practitioner (HHP) & Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES) Owner of Marchant Training Method, since 2001

Education & Certifications:

  • B.S. Degree in Kinesiology with a focus on Exercise Physiology from California State University at Fullerton in 2001
  • Holistic Lifestyle Coach (HLC) Level 3 from the C.H.E.K Institute
  • Exercise Coach from the C.H.E.K Institute
  • Circular Strength Training Coach (CST) from RMAX International
  • Circular Strength Training Kettlebell Specialist (CST-KS) Instructor from RMAX International
  • Holistic Coach from Journeys of Wisdom
  • PPS Success Practitioner from the C.H.E.K Institute

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