What is a workout plateau?

Many people reach a plateau stage in their fitness routine and don't understand how to break out of it. Audra's routines are designed to make your muscles to grow and become stronger. Break out of your plateau!

Consistency in training is important, but your ab workouts shouldn't consist only on crunches. It is well know in the fitness world that pre-planned exercise variations are more effective at producing strength and lean body mass than a non periodic program. Training is a stress and the body adapts by becoming stronger and more muscular. But at a certain point your bodies exposure to stress adapts and can meet those demands. With muscle confusion the workout is more random, but you don't want to lose any progress you were making. That is why is is an advantage to have a personal trainer on your team that understands your progress and goals and who can design a workout plan to maximize your efforts and help you reach your goals quickly and safely. Contact Audra now and take your first step to break out of your workout plateau! Make it happen!

Benefits of Massage

Soothes anxiety and depression, get better sleep, reduce pain and stress from injury or accidents...

zzzzzz...It improves sleep

Not only can massage encourage a restful sleep, it also helps those who can’t otherwise comfortably rest. If you've ever dozed off on a massage table, you don't need to be convinced that a massage can promote healthy sleep. A number of studies have examined this, and associate it to massage's effect on inducing the kind of brain waves connected to deep sleep.

Lift your spirits!

Massage and human touch can be incredibly therapeutic and relaxing. For the same reasons that a massage is relaxing, it can also soothe anxiety and depression. Massage reduces levels of the stress hormone cortisol, resulting in lifted spirits and often lower blood pressure. It can also boost the neurotransmitters serotonin which makes you happy.

Sports massage

Audra works with professional and amateur sports athletes to help with both the positive physiological and psychological effects that massage can provide. Promote circulation, improve performance and conditioning, relaxation and so much more.