BLACKJACK Mobility Program
ONE DAY ONLY
Feb. 23rd, 2019 12PM-2PM
The BLACKJACK Mobility Program mission is to build strength, enhance performance, and tune-in, both mind and body.
This program is designed for anyone who wants to move their bodies in a healthy way on a daily basis. A simple road map and foundation for people who want to remain healthy in any activity, whether it is to enhance your body for general fitness, running, cycling or beginning a strength program.
ARC is among a select few advanced recovery centers in the nation, providing first-class recovery, therapy, and training aid to athletes of all levelsProper fitness and training is a cycle of hard work, rest, perform. Everyone knows hard training results in optimal performance, but without proper recovery, it takes longer to see the improvement you’re working toward. Recovery gives muscles time to repair and rebuild, promotes tissue repair and helps your body adjust to your workout schedule, making you stronger.
RecoveryLearn more about our Recovery Services
The critical component of your training. Without it, you can’t reach your full athletic potential. Unlike other recovery centers, ARC has every form of recovery available all in one location. No matter where you train, the experts at ARC will help you recover.
TherapyLearn more about our Therapy Services
Don’t let injuries sideline you. When you aren’t performing at your peak, schedule an appointment with our on-site physical therapists. No outside medical referrals necessary. We accept insurance or cash payments. Let ARC get you back in the game.
TrainingLearn more about our Training Services
You’re interested in better fitness but don’t know where to start. Our personal trainers create customized plans to help you reach your fitness goals. Once your plan is set, join group training events for the benefits of working out with a team or train one on one.
Your Plan for Better FitnessKnow your body inside and out. Body composition measurements give direction to your fitness plan. Sculpting and toning jumpstart your efforts.
Mobile DexascanLearn more about our Recovery Services
Dexascan, used in clinical settings, is the gold standard of body composition measuring. It takes a comprehensive snapshot of your exact breakdown of bone, fat tissue and muscle mass. With this powerful tool and a customized plan, you’ll make the most of your fitness efforts.
CryoskinLearn more about our Therapy Services
Cryoskin, a non-invasive toning process, reduces cellulite by applying sub-zero temperatures to it. Cryoskin works with your body’s natural systems to reduce cellulite and tone your body, eliminating fine lines and wrinkles.
No matter your level of performance
your body needs times to recover
Training without recovery leads to “overtraining” which actually contributes to decreased performance and increased risk of injury. Without variety in your workout routine or athletic play, and without rest and recovery, you’re more susceptible to overtraining injuries. ARC offers more recovery services under one roof - for the professional, the college, the high school, the youth, or the recreational athlete.
Young athletes push their bodies to perform at levels once reserved for adults.
You want your young athletes to have the best chance to become high performers. Give them the same resources as high performers. Without proper training or access to recovery therapies, they face considerable risk for injuries. The CDC reports that nearly 30 million children and adolescents play organized sports in the United States. They claim more than half of all sports injuries in children are preventable.
Check out these alarming statistics:
- 59% increase in ACL surgeries among youth from 2004-2017*
- 70% greater risk for overuse injuries in athletes who play more hours per week than their age**
- approx. half of all middle and high school sports injuries are due to overuse***
- * Jamie Williams. (July, 2017). Teen ACL Injuries on the Rise, UNC Researchers Call for Wider Use of Injury Prevention Programs [blog article].
- ** American Academy of Pediatrics. (October 28, 2013). Risks of Specialized Training and Growth for Injury in Young Athletes: A Prospective Cohort Study.
- *** Zachary Abate. (November 4, 2013). Youth Sports Specialization Leads to Injuries [blog article].
account for an estimated 2 million injuries, 500,000 doctor visits and 30,000 hospitalizations each year