muscle activation techniques toronto


I want to help get you stronger. Strength is freedom which gives you choice.  You should be able to choose what you want to do without pause.  So if that means playing with your kids (or grandkids), being able to play an impromptu game of golf without fear of injury, or simply being a better you, I can help.



There can be a lot of confusion when first starting out on your strength training journey.  Many sources of information would have you believe that multi-joint activities and movements are the way to go (or maybe the only way to go). You may want to consider that strengthening your 'pieces' (i.e. muscles like the quadriceps, hamstrings, gluteals, etc.) will actually make you stronger as a whole.


Keep in mind, there is no universal 'perfect' exercise for everybody across the board.  Exercise need not be tortuous and your tastes and preferences play a part in the customization of the experience I provide.

muscle activation techniques toronto
As a student of Osteopathy I approach each individual with the wholistic perspective that you are a complex and dynamic system composed of multiple systems (muscular, nervous, digestive, vascular, lymphatic, etc).  All are interrelated and any stress/change on one part of you will have an affect on the whole of you.

One of the ways I work with people to optimize their joint health is through improving muscular contractile ability (i.e. getting muscles stronger) via strategic strength training and a tool called Muscle Activation Techniques (MAT). Founded and developed by Greg Roskopf, MAT is a biomechanically based process designed to evaluate and address muscular imbalances that may contribute to chronic pain or injury.  By checking the range of motion of your joints and comparing symmetry left to right, I can test specific muscles for weakness and then treat through an application of precise forces.