The Center for Functional Fitness is a state of the art training facility offering a variety of cardiovascular, strength, and core training equipment. Service is our priority. Within their walls they will strive to provide a comfortable, clean and safe environment for you to train in. Their staff is dedicated to assessing the needs and goals of each member, and then creating a work-out to fit the goals. Through the scientific application of specific training techniques, they will enable YOU to obtain an optimum level of fitness.
• Motto: “Supplementing Your Life Style”
• Founded: October 1996
• Led by: Michael Kane
• Why They’re Unique: Passion and Knowledge in this area.
• They Can Answer Questions Relating to: How should I approach healing of this muscle? How long does Physical Therapy Take? Can you assess my bodies needs and build me a fitness program?
Meet The Expert:
Michael D. Kane. MPT, MOMT, FAFS
Owner & President, Pro-Motion Physical Therapy
Michael’s professional credentials include Licensure in Physical Therapy (WA), Masters Degree in Orthopedic Manual Therapy, and Fellow in Applied Functional Science (Gray Institute). His professional career spans over 20 years and includes business ownership, clinical practice, and teaching. He is the Founder and President of Pro-Motion Physical Therapy, and the Center for Functional Fitness. He teaches the nationally acclaimed Orthotic Reaction Seminar Series – The Art and Science of Locomotor Biomechanics and Foot Orthoses. Michael is a part time instructor at the University of Puget Sound’s School of Physical Therapy. His professional interests lie in organizing, understanding, and mastering the marriage of movement science and manual therapy in the private physical therapy practice setting.
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In the video below, the expert explains how to to train using the “9 dimensions” in order to function at a high level.