Our training programs are designed to help athletes of all ages and abilities develop more efficient movement patterns whether they are recovering from injury or want to improve performance. Our trainers are physiotherapists, kinesiologists and athletic therapists.
As body and movement specialists, we analyze each athlete to identify movement breakdowns, determine areas of potential injury, address strength imbalances, improve mobility and then create programs customized to the injury and individual.
Our training programs are based on your individual needs and can be sport-specific.
Still Injured? Try our Rehab Training, we can help you return to sport, activity or work with confidence.
Call us at 780.570.0225 or visit us at our Sherwood Park or South Edmonton location for information about Funding Options and Packages.
"I want everyone to know that SPORTFIT has helped me develop as an athlete in so many ways. It has taught me lessons that were vital to my career as an athlete because I was exposed to some of the most intelligent exercise specialists who took the time to truly learn and understand my sport. They ensured that every minute detail was correctly approached. Being a part of this community has given me the tools necessary to make my weaknesses become my strengths and has given me a better understanding of how to train certain parts of my body in order to maximize my kinetic chain. This is ultimately what allowed me to compete at my fullest potential."
"I am the Vice Chair of Special Olympics and it has been a real honor to work with the staff at the Bridge as they graciously put together a program for our athletes who competed in Medicine Hat for the Summer Games in soccer. All of the girls volunteered their time to go over the basics in stretches, warm ups, and other conditioning this spring and our athletes provided sweat, high fives and lots of hugs to power them to a bronze medal at the games. It was such a good program that we hope to expand it in the future with some of our other athlete’s to teach them all some valuable health lessons."
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