The Fitness Integrated Science on-demand subscription service is designed to help you achieve and maintain muscle health. Nationally recognized Muscle Activation Techniques MATRx Full Body Specialist, Certified Yoga Therapist C-IAYT, and Certified Yoga Instructor E-RYT 500 Lauren Eirk, MS provides a thorough, biomechanically-based approach to help your pinpoint your weak areas, correct strength imbalances, reduce pain and inflammation, and restore mobility.
Monthly members have access to hundreds of premium workout videos including Isometric Training, Muscle Focused Workouts, Strength-Based Yoga, Pilates and Barre. Improve muscle weakness with Therapeutic Routines, Strength and Conditioning, Chronic Pain Solutions, Body Weight Workouts, Challenges, and more. Members also enjoy free access to Fitness Integrated Science’s private Facebook group for additional support, LIVE weekly classes, weekly programs and Coaching Guides, motivation, and education.
If your day is not going quite as planned, this practice will help! We start with a mindful body awareness meditation and begin to create movement with areas in the body that are typically affected by stress and immobility. This routine uses no equipment but your body and appropriate for all levels. Discover why muscle activation can release endorphins, improve neural activity, and clear your mind!
In this workout, we will practice some of the traditional Pilates Mat exercises while incorporating dumbbells and elastic bands to add resistance to the arms and legs! You will get a great full-body workout with a variety of exercises moving at a consistent pace. All levels welcome!
The ball can act as an amazing tool to help support the joints, add resistance, and cause us to have to react to the moving surface. It is considered to be an unstable surface, but it can also make exercise feel much more comfortable. Enjoy this workout in a moving fashion as you transition fr...
If you need a quick boost, this 15-minute bodyweight workout will help strengthen muscles that protract (move the shoulder blades apart) and move the arms across the body. These include the pectorals and associated shoulder muscles
Weakness in these areas can affect our respiration, our should...