Personal Training

Jesse Bahrke

CrossFit Wauconda Owner/Coach

    • National Academy of Sports Medicine – CPT
    • CrossFit Level 1
    • CrossFit Strongman
    • USA Weightlifting Sports Performance Coach
    • Certified Russian Kettlebell Instructor (RKC)
    • CrossFit Games North Central Regional Athlete 2014

SPECIFICITY
Many aspects of health and fitness require individualized attention, as specific goals and needs require a specific plan to achieve and address them. Whether you have particular fitness goals, new or old injuries to address, or need help setting a nutrition plan, Jesse can help. Below is an overview of services offered. 

1:1 
Individual sessions can be created for each client, consisting of a unique program designed for their needs. These vary greatly depending on goals, availability, and schedule, and with ranging experience working with competitive athletes to rehabilitation, Jesse has the ability to create a program for almost any mix of variables. Sessions can be 60 or 30 minutes, and frequency depends on needs. While the majority of sessions are performed at CFW, in-home training is also offered. Some of the ways 1:1 can be utilized are;
– Overall fitness and weight loss
– CrossFit foundations
– Olympic lifting technique
– Gymnastic skill progression
– Injury rehabilitation/prevention

TRIGGER POINT 
Trigger point sessions are 30 minutes of hands-on technique, to address any acute or chronic muscle tension. This is great for releasing over-worked muscle groups, or receiving tendon inflammation. CrossFit athletes know, some joints like the shoulders and knees can take a beating, and trigger point can be used as maintenance, to avoid long term issues.

NUTRITION 
Nutrition help is offered to those who would like to gain basic information, tweak an existing plan, or take it to the next level of performance and recovery. By looking at overall intake, information such as ratios and timing can be used to optimize sleep, recovery, and performance. Nutrition sessions are typically 30 minutes, and require basic food log homework beforehand.

REMOTE
Athletes that have access to a gym or their own equipment can also take advantage of remote programming, weekly workouts designed the same as 1:1, with the flexibility of their own schedule. Includes a weekly phone check in, to gain feedback for programming. This is applicable to any ability level, in any location.

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