Body Blueprint FMS

fmsBefore we take you through a workout, we first take the time to find out what you specifically need by performing your Knowledge Driven Results Body Blueprint.

This blueprint helps us develop the very specific plans that we will use to design the program to get you to your individual goals. Every single person who works out at KDR Fitness has a Blueprint designed for them.

During your Body Blueprint we will learn about your health history, past injuries, your training history, and your specific goals. We look at static and dynamic posture, foot and gait mechanics and make sure we understand any past (or current) musculoskeletal issues or injuries.  We take you through a range of motion and flexibility evaluation and the base of our blueprint – The Functional Movement Screening (click here to learn more about the FMS). During The Functional Movement Screening we will have you perform basic movements and we will find out exactly where your program should start and what it should include to get you started right.

For example, we will learn about any imbalances you may have that could eventually cause an injury. This screening is scored from a 1-21, with 21 the highest. You will get a score that will be incorporated into your blueprint and your coach will guide you on what the next best step is for you. If you score above a 12 we are comfortable with you joining our group coaching membership right away. If you score under a 12 we would want to spend a few weeks making sure you are ready for the group coaching classes by performing a program written specifically for you to get you ready for the classes. This program will include correcting any imbalances you have and will be done in a semi-private setting.

After the blueprint a detailed and individualized program is designed by our program developer that includes working on and improving:
– soft tissue health
– movement economy
– flexibility
– strength
– coordination and agility
– power
– cardiovascular health
– improving poor scores and movement asymmetries discovered in the FMS