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The Thermo Training Room ® allows any one whatever the initial level (beginner, advanced or pro)
to obtain improved results faster than when using traditional training and sports rehabilitation methods.

 

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Beginner or advanced Committed or pro All sports men and women « in recovery »

 

Training sessions are optimized in different areas


Fitness
and well-being :

Beginner or advanced.

• Toning and muscle building (with equipment*);
• Improvement of cardio-respiratory capacity;
• Stretching for body and spine (prevention against back ache);
• Weight loss;
• Deep detox for body and skin;
• Relaxation (anti stress).

*(Spinning bike, cross trainer, tread mill, rower, punching ball, suspension trainer, elastic bands, dumbells, Swiss ball, kettlebell, medecin ball…).

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Developing
physical performance :

Commited or pro (top level or professional level).

•Heat acclimation in preparation for competitions in hot weather countries or in extreme conditions (cooling / pre-cooling processes);

•Developing optimal physical condition (anaerobic alactic, anaerobic lactic and aerobic energy system);

•Targeted muscle strengthening and development (with equipment*);

•Increased flexibility (muscles, joints, spine, shoulder and pelvic girdles);

•Injury prevention through proprioceptive work targeting the strengthening of ligaments and tendons (prevention of damage to ankles, knees, spine, shoulders and pelvis...);

•Possible use in certain protocol such as the specific recovery "hot-cold alternating treatment";

•Post trauma rehabilitation (cf. paragraph on rehabilitation).

*(Spinning bike, cross trainer, tread mill, rower, punching ball, suspension trainer, elastic bands, dumbells, Swiss ball, kettlebell, medecin ball…).


Post trauma training 

and sports rehabilitation
for athletes :

All sports men and women « in recovery » whatever the level.

• Improvement in body awareness (proprioception);
• Post-injury specific muscular strengthening;
• Cardio-respiratory specific rehabilitation;
• Improvement in perception of exercises (mental representation);
• Progressive return to the original leisure or competitive sport capacity.

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