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COREvantage Fitness

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Start Down the Road to Being Physically Fit!

Getting fit does not need to be a solitary, boring endeavor. At COREvantage Fitness in Mount Pleasant, WI, we specialize in providing a welcoming group environment, where we gain strength and a sense of community through group fitness classes and personal training. We cater to fellow fitness enthusiasts in Racine, Mount Pleasant, Caledonia, Kenosha, Sturtevant, and Wind Point.
About Instructor Joe Eloundou

National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Certification

CPR/AED Certified

Meet Joe Eloundou

Originally from Cameroon, West Africa, Joe has been a fitness enthusiast for over 20 years. Backed by his credentials, Joe is an experienced trainer who is able to guide a client towards a healthier lifestyle.

At COREvantage Fitness, Joe stresses the importance of movement in daily life. Life is about movement and activity. From childhood, people run and jump around all day long. Let us not forget this important principle. With movement comes good health and this can be achieved by utilizing up to 12 hours of the day to continuously be active. To continue with what nature has intended for our bodies, let us move like children run and jump all day without limit. This is the recipe for a lean body.

“Life is Like Riding A Bicycle. To Keep Your BALANCE, You Must Keep MOVING.” Albert Einstein.

Training and Lifestyle Principles

  • A fresh and smart workout is the formula to achieve our desired results. A strong, flexible body makes everything in life better. Think of every workout as an investment in your body. Build a little every day, and you will reap the rewards.

  • Reprogram your brain. This means developing new habits in life – like reaching for a banana instead of an Oreo. Practice makes perfect, and better choices become automatic.

  • Exercise like you mean it. An evening walk every day is not going to cut it. Get a good, total body workout, on average, most days of the week.

  • Interval training. Intensity trumps duration; our bodies are designed for brief displays of power. The more intense we train, the better our results. Workout duration is shorter as opposed to training for stamina. True fitness is measured in workout density – how much we can do in as short a time as possible.

  • Good balance and single-leg exercises are key. We live life one leg at a time, and by training on one leg, we get stronger faster.

  • Variation. Perform the same basic movements – pushing, pressing, pulling, and squatting – but by switching up the exercises, you are going to hit different muscle fibers in different patterns. Your muscles will not adapt to a routine, and performance will not plateau.

  • Body weight. This is an important element of any functional exercise plan. Using our body weight to perform pushups, pull-ups, etc. is very important. We do not carry around dumbbells in real life, so why overload your workout with them?

  • Finally, we need to engage in sports. Participating in any sport – basketball, football, soccer – strengthens and reinforces every conceivable movement pattern, including accelerating, decelerating, jumping, sprinting, upper-body coordination, and rapid changes in direction.

Stretch your mind, push your comfort zone and try new things. Breaking out of a routine prevents the plateau effect!