Devour Everything (1 on 1 and online coaching)
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- Isabella V.
I started Devour Everything because I was looking for a program that addressed multiple modalities of fitness, including strength, power, endurance, flexibility, balance, agility, and mobility. I previously did CrossFit for that reason but felt the competitive nature caused me to push myself beyond what was safe for my body and was not addressing underlying imbalances that were limiting my performance. Damian's methodical approach to programming yields measurable changes over each training cycle, from improved form on my back squat to increased 1RM deadlift and bench numbers, ability to more efficiently and confidently cycle box jumps, and improved cardiovascular endurance as evidenced by increased rowing speed and reduced mile time. Devour Everything spends a significant portion of its training on warm-ups which raise the heart rate, activate key muscle groups and movement patterns, and potentiate increased specificity and intensity of the training focus, resulting in greater preparedness to tackle the main block of the day. A dedicated active recovery day also reminds me to slow down, reward my body for the hard work it has put into training, and repair itself to ultimately become the best version of itself. As a busy professional with limited time for training, I love that this program incorporates all of those elements into five one-hour sessions per week. I'd strongly recommend this program to anyone who wants to improve their fitness and overall well-being!Sep 30, 2019
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?My pricing is $45 per session and 10% off if you book and pay for 3 sessions in full. For individuals that are just looking for programming, my prices are $50 a month. The program will be delivered right to your phone through the Bridge Athletic's App.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I am certified as a personal trainer through NASM. Additionally, I am certified as a corrective exercise specialist, Onnit Foundation Coach, and a Steel Mace Flow Coach. Onnit Foundation has taught me how to get back to the basics and bring attention to how your body moves through space while identifying areas of imbalance. What this means for my clients is that we will spend a good amount of time working on mobility and getting the body moving the way it should. Steel Mace Flow if a great modality that I love to work into my sessions. At it's basic function, the steel mace is great for upper body strength and mobility but it doesn't stop there. Some of the toughest workouts I have done were with the steel mace. Not only does it bring a new challenge to stimulate the CNS, it also feels and looks cool swinging around one of the most ancient weapons.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I got started in this industry as a result of my own injury. I went through almost 2 years of physical therapy with very little progress. This got me thinking as to why so many trainers out there only focus on the presented issue and not on how the body is functioning as a whole. Haven gone through PT and many different exercise routines all seemed to be structured around quick fixes like 6 week to abs type of programming. I wanted to change that, so I became a CPT.