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The CrossStream Fitness Indoor and Outdoor program motivates individuals and promotes enhanced physical activities that build and re-energize the skeletal, respiratory, muscular, circulatory, endocrine, and nervous system. The CSF program utilizes a combination of exercises designed to target the underlying smaller muscles to create balance and stability so that the body can overcome resistance and accelerate system recovery. Participants will achieve greater results through positive thinking, motivation, and the belief that anything is possible through hard work and dedication. CSF’s goal is to build a solid foundation on which the body can function at its greatest potential through a combination of cardiovascular, strength, core, stability, agility, flexibility, and speed training.
http://fober.hu/bemutatkozas/cegtortenet CrossStream Fitness – Boot Camp has two locations:
815 S. Utica Ave. Tulsa OK 74104 – The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges
1700 S Aspen Ave. Broken Arrow OK – Destiny Church
The program is geared to teach the fundamental techniques and skills that will enhance your fitness level and build your confidence level by applying the trainer’s expertise.
Burt McLachlan , BS in Health and Exercise Science – Pre-medicine & ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist
Over 21 years of personal training experience in:
- aerobic fitness training
- strength training
- conditioning training
- core training
- agility training
- flexibility training
- endurance training
- speed training
- track and field training
- 5k, 10k and marathon training
You need a Safe, Smart, and Common Sense approach to fitness training! (calories in ~ calories out)