ABOUT STRENGTH CAMP
THE STRENGTH CAMP METHOD
What an honor it is to be one of the first Strength Camp Ambassadors entrusted with bringing The Strength Camp Method to my hometown of Portland, Oregon. You can learn more about Strength Camp by CLICKING HERE or reading on. And, you can learn more about me, Phillip Adler, by checking out MY ABOUT PAGE.
Strength Camp’s method of training is built around four pillars: STRUCTURE, STRENGTH, SPEED, and SILENCE. Through these four phases we are able to successfully fix imbalances and build strong, athletic, and durable bodies. We are very big on form and making sure every individual person is getting the workout that they need for the level that they are at.
STRUCTURE is the initial phase of training and involves correcting common muscular imbalances and setting a strong foundation that can continually be built upon. By balancing the body with a comprehensive mobility and stability program, we can allow the body to move more efficiently and increase performance.
STRENGTH is the body’s ability to overcome resistance. Whether we are carrying groceries up a flight of stairs, playing on a football field, or helping others in a natural disaster – strength is a requirement. An individual’s potential strength can be directly correlated to the foundation that they’ve built in the Structure phase. Through proper programming, tempos, intensity, rest, and recovery, we can increase our ability to move great loads, ultimately increasing physical strength.
SPEED is all about expressing Structure and Strength in a dynamic manner. Speed is the direct result of building a foundation, strengthening it, and then allowing the body to perform with explosive power. During this phase intensity, speed, and complexity are increased while also integrating movements that teach you to move dynamically with confidence.
SILENCE is all about removing stressful stimulation from the body. When we are training hard, we are also focusing on recovery just as hard. This means focusing on activities that will stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system: yoga, foam rolling, stretching, meditation, and other forms of active recovery. Silence can, and should be, included in our daily routines.
STRENGTH CAMP PORTLAND'S MISSION IS TO EMPOWER EACH MEMBER TO BECOME THE STRONGEST VERSION OF THEMSELVES, THEREBY STRENGTHENING OUR PORTLAND COMMUNITY.