Rize Fitness - Integrated Clinic
“Rize fitness believes in leading by example and lives through its company slogan: rize up, which means to always find a way to persevere, to find a way to push forward, and to find a way to ‘rize up’ to a presented challenge.”
What We Do
Whether you are looking to improve your performance in a sport, start weight lifting for the first time, rehabilitate an injury, have a complete transformation or just to look and feel great for that upcoming vacation, we will create a specific & tailored program to help you meet your goals. With a combined 50+ years of experience in the industry, our elite group of strength and conditioning coaches will help you reach your goals in the most effective and safe way possible.
At Rize, we specialize in:
- Body Composition Transformations
- Sport Specific Training
- Strength and Conditioning for all ages
- Mobility and Movement Patterns
- Active Rehabilitation
We take a holistic approach to wellness in order to help you unlock your body’s full potential. Not only is Rize an elite strength and conditioning facility, but we also have an incredible group of full time practitioners dedicated to your individual health, function and optimization.
Our team of naturopathic doctors will help you with health promotion & disease prevention strategies, addressing symptoms that have not been addressed with other medical practitioners and with treating illness.
At Rize, we offer the following services on-site:
- Naturopathic Medicine
- Registered Massage Therapy
- Fascial Stretch Therapy
At-Home Workout Kit
Focusing on improving flexibility, joint mobility, and overall range of motion, this program incorporates stretching exercises, yoga, and mobility drills.
coming back from injury A Look at Blood Flow Restriction Training It doesn’t necessarily matter how careful you are and how many preventative measures you take, injuries can still happen.
Training for the recreational athlete Alright, summer is upon us! Finally, you can get outside, go for a run, play basketball, go hiking… all the fun things you’ve been waiting
Owner, Head Strength & Conditioning Coach
Dr. Tessa Stark
Strength in Numbers, Power in Teamwork
Your Guide To Fitness Success
It depends on your fitness goals and schedule. Generally, aiming for at least 3-5 workouts per week is a good starting point for most individuals. Consistency is key!
A combination of cardiovascular exercises (such as running, cycling, or swimming) and strength training is effective for weight loss. Focus on creating a calorie deficit through a balanced workout routine and a healthy diet.
While not mandatory, a personal trainer can provide guidance, motivation, and personalized workout plans based on your goals and fitness level. They can help you optimize your workouts and reduce the risk of injury.
Results vary depending on factors like effort, consistency, and individual differences. Generally, you may start noticing improvements in strength and energy levels within a few weeks. Visible changes in body composition usually take longer, typically 8-12 weeks or more.
Find activities you enjoy, set realistic goals, and track your progress. Incorporate variety into your workouts, join group classes, or find a workout buddy for accountability. Remember your reasons for wanting to be fit and celebrate milestones along the way.