Things to know...
Where: 1000 White Willow Way
How & What
Cost of the class is $20.
If you are interested in attending a class, but have questions, please fill out the contact information to have your questions answered. RTE Fundamentals is REQUIRED to take prior to being able to enroll in RTE Joint Mobility Strength Class!!!
Payment is taken ahead of time to reserve your spot. Refunds are NOT offered for No Shows. This encourages accountability and fairness to others that want to take the class, as space is limited and walk-ins/drop-ins are not permitted. You can book by clicking the "Book Now" button below, under "What We Offer"
Slots are first come first serve. Minimum of 4 participants for a class is needed. If at least 4 people are not enrolled in a particular class time slot by the Friday before the class at 8pm EST, then that class will be canceled, you will be notified via email or text if you've submitted your cell phone number upon enrollment, and you will have the option to attend another class if space is available, or be issued a refund.
Day of Class
Please arrive between 10-15 minutes prior to the start of class for check-in and prep so that class can begin promptly on time.
Please bring some form of ID to check against class roster.
Please bring an extra pair of clean socks to put on just prior to transitioning onto the mats to keep the working area safe and clean for all participants.
Bring a towel and bottle/container of water for personal use.
Please bring an open mindset, curiosity for new ideas, willingness to try :)
Contact Carly with your questions here:
A joint strength training class that utilizes principles from FRC and CES to increase your movement capacity, decrease chronic pain, and progress towards more stable joint strength and mobility.
The big buzz words in fitness are "mobility" and "core" work.
Gaining solid joint mobility and stability requires more than just "passive" stretching, banded distraction, or using foam rollers. Actively gaining stable joint range of motion requires daily work and specific strengthening movements.
Revolve to Evolve teaches participants how to progress through these techniques.
Carly will be teaching and programming a variety of movements and techniques that combine RMR, CES, and FRC philosophies. Class size is intentionally kept small to insure that the participants are given the detailed instruction and supervision needed to learn and properly perform the exercise content of the course.
Each week class will be focused on strengthening joint work space and awareness of specific body areas.
Examples include a spine and scapular class, a shoulder/elbows/wrist class, a hips/knees/ankle class.
The goal each week is to work towards increasing your joint stability and mobility for resiliency. The stronger and more proprioceptively aware your joints are, the stronger you are at everything else you do in life. All of our activities are limited to the space our current joint range of motion allows.
Want to be able to do more? Give your joints more range. It's important to note that flexibility and joint mobility are not the same.
This is not a stretching "flexibility" class, nor is it similar to yoga. Not by a long shot. The exercises completed in this class have you at your maximum joint end range positions, performing contractions in most scenarios at 70% and above of your max effort, for sustained holds.
Most importantly, you will be learning Functional Range Conditioning concepts and techniques that you can take with you anywhere, and utilize throughout the week
to embed the new ranges that you are opening up.
If we hope to keep our newly acquired range of motion, then repeated "active" exposure to this range is key. The brain grants longer term access to this tissue once it senses stability in this new range.
Passive flexibility and stretching does not do this. It must be paired with tissue specific strengthening exercises in end ranges (both short and long) to produce the desired stimulus the brain is seeking.
So, if you are tired of your body hurting all the time, or being restricted from your favorite activities because you can't move the way you need to participate, then this class is for you.
No prior experience is necessary to enroll in the RTE Fundamentals class. However, the RTE Fundamentals class is a requirement to attend the RTE Joint Mobility Strength Training class.
The Fundamentals class is a 90 minute class designed to give the attendee the opportunity to learn the basic concepts and CARs routine that will be utilized in every regular RTE class. The intent is to provide a better foundation coming into RTE Joint Mobility Strength Training class, so that you can be fully immersed in the class for maximum benefit.
Nobody likes to feel lost in a class environment. It's hard to learn and benefit when all you feel is overwhelmed because you have no idea what's going on. RTE Fundamentals helps to decrease the overwhelm and increase the benefits. You can take the Fundamentals class more than once if you feel that it would benefit you more to do so.