INSPIRE, IMPROVE, ACHIEVE, BECOME
A successful program for your health & well-being.
As an exercise physiologist, it’s my responsibility to know what exercises and training programs work best for each person.
No two individuals are alike and neither are the exercises programs. Each program is individualized and designed according to your level of fitness, long- & short-term goals, experience, stress, and amount of time available. Exercise intensity, duration, and number of times per week will vary. As will the exercises. I incorporate a variety of different training styles including: TRX, Functional Exercises, Olympic Lifting, Plyometrics, Stability & Core Training, Resistive Band Training & Body-Weight Training.
After assessing your current level of fitness and discussing your goals & concerns, I then develop a comprehensive and individualized exercise/training program that we can work on together. My goal is is for you to learn how to do the exercises properly and to teach you the benefits and progressions of each exercise.
Last year I had the pleasure of being interviewed by the Poughkeepsie Journal’s Holistic Guinea Pig, Linda Freeman. Linda came to me to learn more about her current level of fitness and how she could improve it. We worked together for several months. During that time, Linda lost body fat, gained several pounds of muscle and had more fun working out than she thought possible. To read more, click here.
My Goal is to inspire you to:
Increase your muscular strength & endurance.
Set and achieve higher goals.
Become more knowledgeable about your training program.
Improve your overall conditioning & fitness.
Increase your flexibility & range of motion.
Develop better balance & agility.
Dorothy Hamburg, M.S. Exercise Physiologist Post-PT & Rehab Conditioning Specialist based in the Hudson Valley, Red Hook, NY.
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My approach to health & fitness is interdisciplinary & progressive. I take the whole body & mind into consideration when designing an exercise & training plan. Each program is individualized and focuses on the musculoskeletal, neurological, biomechanical and psychological aspects of exercise.