Since 2009, Michael Malicki has helped people just like you meet and exceed their health and fitness goals.
As a certified personal trainer, he develops unique training programs that will help you improve your health with results you can see and feel.
While training, you’ll see enhanced strength, coordination, and mobility during your training and with your everyday activities.
As you continue to reach your health goals, he will help you in setting new benchmarks to keep your progress climbing incrementally.
- ACE Certified Personal Trainer
- TRX Group Suspension Training Certificated
- TRX Rip Training Certified
- American Red Cross CPR Certified
- AED Certified
Strength training is a type of physical exercise specializing in the use of resistance to induce muscular contraction which builds the strength, anaerobic endurance, and size of skeletal muscles.
- Developing the strength and size of skeletal muscles
- Weight loss fast and easy
- Strength gain and definition
- Living longer and healthier
TRX Suspension Training
The TRX Suspension Trainer leverages gravity and your bodyweight to perform hundreds of exercises. By utilizing your own bodyweight, it provides greater performance, fluidity, and functionality than large exercise machines.
- Delivers a fast, effective total-body workout
- Helps build a solid core
- Increases muscular endurance
- Benefits people of all fitness levels
TRX Rip Training
The Rip Trainer employs an innovative resistance cord system to create a variable, unbalanced load that enables you to develop core strength, explosive power, flexibility, and endurance. The Rip Trainer can be used by virtually anyone, anywhere, by attaching it to a secure anchor point.
- Get a full-body workout
- Build core strength with rotational movements
- Burn calories and increase cardiovascular endurance
- Challenge your core with asymmetric loads
Kettlebell & Mace Training
The kettlebell and mase are used to perform ballistic exercises that combine cardiovascular, strength and flexibility training. The basic movements, such as the swing, snatch, and the clean and jerk, engage the entire body at once and in a way that mimics real world activities such as shoveling or farm work.
- Intense cardiovascular exercise
- Total body workout
- Functional strength training
- Greater fat loss
- Excellent for an active recovery period
- Build a focused workout
- Build a lean, muscular physique
Heavy Rope Training
Heavy rope training is an intense cardiovascular and strength training exercise. It can be done by an individual user or by couples. It is a very intense exercise involving the use of multiple muscle groups simultaneously while increasing hand strength, overall strength, and cardio endurance. With a multitude of exercises, heavy ropes will push your muscle groups including biceps, delts, forearms, shoulders, traps, and wrist.
- Build coordination and core strength
- High-calorie burning exercise
- Increase grip and forearm strength
- Increases aerobic and anaerobic capacity
- Safe and fun for all ages
Plyometrics (jump training or plyos) are exercises based around having muscles exert maximum force in a short amount of time as possible, with the goal of increasing both speed and power. This training focuses on learning to move from a muscle extension to a contraction in a rapid or “explosive” way, for example with specialized repeated jumping. Plyometrics are primarily used by athletes, especially martial artists and high jumpers, to improve performance, and are used in the fitness field to a much lesser degree.
- Develop strength and speed
- Extreme calorie burn
- Build muscle and cardiovascular endurance
- Improve lateral movement
- Stronger bones
Functional training exercise programs are adapted to an individual’s athletic goals and needs and are based on functional tasks directed toward everyday life activities. Each program is integrated with a variety of exercises that work on flexibility, core, balance, strength, and power, focusing on multiple movements with each exercise.
- Improved function in everyday movements
- Increased circulation to stiff, frozen and tight joints and muscles
- Improved rehabilitation
- Increase aerobic capacity