How We Help Improve Someone’s Body Composition

The strategy is actually very simple. It is not only to educate every client and patient we have but also motivate every client and patient we have. Our trainers and myself, we hold the highest level of certification for a personal trainer. We are all NASM qualified through the National Academy of Sports and Medicine which shows that we have a significant and high level understanding of different exercises, how to perform exercises, which muscle groups they’re working and this is what we share with our patients every single day.

When someone comes in for one of our Total Body Conditioning Program sessions (don’t get me wrong, we do engage in social banter or asking how your day was or how the weekend was), we are focused on proper form and function of everything that they are doing. We want to explain to you what exercise we’re doing, the name of it, what muscle is going to be working, how to perform it correctly and safely.

In this way, you are able to retain all this information and have an understanding of really why you’re doing certain exercises. We also like to motivate you by having you stressed in different ways with every single exercise every single day. So, no two exercise days are the same. One day you may come in and you might do more of what we call ‘orange zone’ training where you are working with a higher heart rate. Maybe the next day, we are working lower zone. But everything is challenging and we utilize these metabolic exercises which engage the entire body.

Another motivating factor that we have is every two weeks, we do a new InBody composition analysis. This will actually allow patients to see how they are improving. It will show us how much percent body fat they are losing, how much muscle they are gaining and their overall well-being as well.

Dr. Kasprowicz holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Montclair State University and graduated from the New York Chiropractic College with his Doctor of Chiropractic degree in 2001. He is certified in the Graston Technique, Kinesio Tape certified, and fully certified by the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners, as well as, the New Jersey State Board of Chiropractic. Dr Jan Kasprowicz of New Jersey Chiropractic & Sports Recovery can be reached at (917) 748-2902 and is located at 611 U.S. 46 Hasbrouck Heights, NJ 07604.

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