PHASE II - Integrated Therapy & Training (ITT)

Once the initial goals have been achieved, our next step is to transition you to PERFORMANCE TRAINING to keep you injury-free and improve your fitness and health. PHASE II treatments are administered on a prescribed basis as PREVENTIVE CARE to improve your health and well-being and allow you to achieve optimal performance by enhancing the results of your program.

If you've come to SHAPE for general fitness and health purposes, and have no injuries or conditions requiring treatment, you will begin at this phase. Regardless of your initial condition, all exercise and treatment programs at SHAPE are designed specifically to meet your needs, and are supervised by one of SHAPE's Clinic Directors - Integrated Therapist and Trainer (ITT).


Primary Goals of HPPT:
  1. Improve core stability
  2. Increase muscle balance and flexibility
  3. Improve cardiovascular and muscle endurance
  4. Increase lean muscle mass
  5. Improve functional performance - specific skill training (e.g. sports)
The primary component of PHASE II is our unique approach to exercise training called High Performance Personal Training (HPPT). The initial goal of this training approach is to ensure proper stability from head to toe, but particularly in the "core". As described in the goals above, we want to ensure that you have a stable platform (or "core") from which you can graduate to more advanced training techniques. Further, ensuring proper function of the core musculature can help prevent future low back and neck pain, as well as improve results of exercise in general. From the information gathered during the initial assessment, we can determine areas where you need improvement.

At SHAPE, all of our highly skilled trainers provide high-intensity metabolic training and well-designed workouts designed to be efficient, effective and fun. Programs are individualized to meet your specific needs and are always conducted under the supervision of one of SHAPE's clinic directors.

High Performance Personal Training Stages:
  • Stage 1: Muscle Activation and Stabilization (approximately 2 weeks)
  • Stage 2: Muscle Endurance (4-6 weeks)
  • Stage 3: Power Endurance / Complex Training (6+ weeks)


  • Active Isolated Stretching (AIS)
  • Agility Training
  • Athletic Training
  • Boxing (Cardio & Rehabilitation Based)
  • Circuit Training
  • Core Performance
  • Core Stability
  • Injury Prevention
  • Injury Rehabilitation
  • Functional Training
  • Medicine Ball Training
  • Olympic Lifts
  • Performance Enhancement
  • Performance Training
  • Plyometrics
  • Speed and Power Development
  • Sport Specific Training
  • Swiss Ball Training
  • Thai Stretching
  • Theraband Exercises