TRAINING


We invite you to Discover the Difference, what so many of our clients already know Breaking The Bonds of Traditional Training.

Discover How Are Average Client:
  • Lose 2-3% body fat in a 10 week training program
  • Develop blazing foot speed
  • Shave 5 strokes off their golf score
  • Reduce non-traumatic injuries

The mistakes people make when exercising are endless:
  • Don't know what to do
  • Incorrect technique
  • Poor selection & progression with volume & intensity of workout
  • loose direction in their routine

OPTPI is here to help you get results, by developing a custom designed program, geared specifically to your needs & personal goals.

The personal attention every client and athlete receives from our qualified staff is unmatched. With a diverse clientele, ranging from middle school students to professional athletes, and to stay at home mothers to competitive weekend warriors, there is something for everyone at OPTPI

Whether you are just getting started in a sport, an athlete looking to get the competitive edge or just want to get in shape, Optimal Physical Therapy & Performance Institute is the place to help you achieve your athletic potential and personal triumph.

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Nutrition Corner

Carbohydrate consumption can alter energy dynamics and disease progression in the body.
All carbohydrates we consume are digested into monosaccharides or simple sugars before they’re absorbed by the body, regardless of whether the food source is a simple sugar cube or a high-fibre, low glycemic index bowl of oatmeal. It’s just that the “healthier carbs” are digested and absorbed much slower while the “non-healthy” carbs are digested very quickly.
* A slower carbohydrate breakdown from lower glycemic carbohydrates is better for satiety, blood sugar, and body composition. These carbohydrates are found in vegetables, fruits, legumes, and whole grains.
* Rapid digestion of simpler, higher-glycemic carbohydrates is beneficial during the pre- and post-workout periods.
The average person’s minimum carbohydrate intake should be 130 grams per day, with a majority coming from vegetables and fruits. Higher amounts of carbohydrates are needed with increased muscle mass and increased physical activity levels. However, excessive carbohydrate consumption will be stored for future use (as fat or glycogen).
Consume at least 25 grams of fibre per day from vegetables, fruits, legumes, nuts, seeds, and whole grains to ensure optimal health and body composition.