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About Christopher Ryan
My name is Christopher. I started The Genesis Fit because I noticed there was a desperate need for trainers that can facilitate the transition from physical therapy back to normal life. Insurance will only cover 80% of your recovery through physical therapy, and there are very few people who help finish the process. I have 8 years of training experience and currently intern at Bay State Physical Therapy. My business acts primarily as a supplement or follow up to physical therapy and focuses on post-recovery movement training.
Though my focus is on recovery and functional movement, I have also trained athletes, physique and bikini competitors, extreme weight loss, and type II diabetics.
I am also a certified sports nutrition specialist and run multiple nutrition workshops regularly to teach the importance of nutrition. I can be reached directly at 719 686 4OOO.
Hourly rate: $80
Session cancellation: 24 hours notice required
First session is FREE
Training Professionally Since
Typical Training Session
Warm up – while we talk about the homework I have provided you
Exercise based on what our goals are (typically focused on rehabilitation or range of motion followed up by strength conditioning)
Cool down- I will make adjustments to your homework
Client success story
One of my clients suffers from Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS). She came to me after meeting me at the PT office where she is recovering from her 3rd injury related to other trainers and classes she has attended. EDS causes hyper mobility in joints which make it seem like these people are very flexible however it is actually due to weak collagen in the joints. People like my client often tend to dislocate their joints more frequently which causes extra wear on the joints. After she finished with PT I was able to help teach her what exercises would be safe for her to do with her condition. We continued to train until she was no longer in any pain from the past injuries and regained full ROM (range of motion). We still keep in contact at the local gym and she has been injury free for the last year since she left my training.