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Earn The Day takes a conscious approach to its strength and conditioning philosophy based on exercise physiology, kinesiology, biomechanics, and motor pattern development all leading to greater body awareness. It involves systematic, integrated training to achieve maximal levels of physical, cognitive performance. This can best be accomplished when the body is starting from a state of homeostasis. In the Earn The Day system, this result is supported through a conscious approach of strength & conditioning, stretching, and nutritional therapy designed to bring the body back to its correct posture, musculoskeletal alignment and proper metabolic function. While maintaining this objective, the system creates fundamentals of success through gains in neuromuscular response, strength, power, and balance utilizing a progressive integration of movement and exercise.

Earn The Day is First Class Service that Delivers Results

Earn The Day takes a conscious approach to its strength and conditioning philosophy based on exercise physiology, kinesiology, biomechanics, Motor pattern Development all leading to a greater body awareness. It involves systematic integrated training to achieve maximal levels of physical and mental performance. This can best be accomplished when the body is starting from a state of homeostasis. In the Earn The Day system this result is supported through a conscious approach of strength & conditioning, stretching, and Nutritional therapy designed to bring the body back to its correct posture, musculoskeletal alignment and proper metabolic function. While maintaining this objective, the system creates fundamentals of success through gains in neuromuscular response, strength, power, and balance utilizing a progressive integration of movement and exercise.

Rehab | Prehab

Earn The Day complements your physical therapy as well as provides for your pre & post-rehabilitation needs. Traditional physical therapy clinics are limited to providing therapy for a specific injury – rarely do they create a progressive overall training regimen. We look at what you can do while injured in order to maintain a specific level of conditioning. This approach not only has vital physical benefits, but also tremendous mental benefits. So often an injured athlete or individual can go into a state of depression while injured because he is constantly reminded by the injury of what he cannot do. This is easily avoided by building confidence in other areas of conditioning that do not involve the injury.

Functional retraining is applied to specific areas that have been injured and/or the entire kinetic chain that has been compromised. This is a key component to correcting dysfunctions and decreasing the likelihood of recurring trauma and chronic pain. Functional retraining is a strength & conditioning component that always begins in Phase I of our programs and can eventually progress to all phases of training.

Corrective Exercise is comprised of methods and techniques that support establishing efficient, and pain free functional movement. The focus is on locating dysfunctions in the musculoskeletal system that most often are the core of one or a multitude of symptomatic joint and/or muscular immobility, restrictions, pain, and/or discomfort. The role of proper assessment cannot be overemphasized, and is Earn The Day’s key to success.

Earn The Day Corrective Exercise is highly recommended, but not mandatory, as an adjunct to achieve the best results in a strength & conditioning program. The therapeutic and recuperative properties are immense, and may reduce the likelihood of musculoskeletal trauma associated with injury, and/or intense training.