Waiver & Release
Because physical exercise can be strenuous and subject to risk of injury, including serious injury or death, the Club urges you to obtain a physical examination from a doctor before using any exercise equipment or participating in any exercise activity. You (each member, guest, or participant) agree that if you engage in any physical exercise or activity, or use any club amenity on the premises or off premises including any sponsored club event, you do so entirely at your own risk. Likewise, dietary modifications can cause a variety of changes and can create problems, including as it relates to your energy, stamina, appetite, and mood. Any recommendation for changes in diet including the use of food supplements, weight reduction and/or body building enhancement products are entirely your responsibility and you should consult a physician prior to undergoing any dietary or food supplement changes. You agree that you are voluntarily participating in these activities and use of these facilities and assume all risk of injury, illness, or death. We are also not responsible for any loss, damage, or disappearance of your personal property.
This waiver and release of liability includes, without limitation, all injuries which may occur, as a result of: (a) your use of all amenities and equipment in the facility and your participation in any activity, class, program, personal training or instruction; (b) the sudden and unforeseen malfunctioning of any equipment; (c) our instruction, training, supervision, or dietary recommendations; (d) any on-line or virtual training; or (e) your slipping and/or falling while in the club, or on the club premises, including adjacent sidewalks and parking areas. This waiver also includes any claim associated with the presence of or transmission of any bacteria, viruses, or infectious diseases.
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By submitting below, you acknowledge that you have carefully read this "waiver and release" and fully understand that it is a Release of Liability. You expressly agree to release and discharge the club, and all affiliates, employees, agents, representatives, successors, or assigns, from any and all claims or causes of action and you agree to voluntarily give up or waive any right that you may otherwise have to bring a legal action against the Club for negligence, personal injury or property damage.
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Our innovative system at Peak Zone Fitness is helping men and women across Lake Highlands and throughout Dallas get real results.
If you don't know where you're going, it's hard to get there quickly. Our expert personal trainers will help you establish short-term and long-term goals, provide you with a road map for success, and connect you with the resources you need to thrive.
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“Anything's possible if you've got enough nerve.” - J.K Rowling
Weight training strengthens more than your muscles. It also builds a key part of your nervous system.
Lifting weights develops a primitive and ancient part of the neural network called the reticulospinal tract, which carries information from brain to peripheral body parts.
The reticulospinal tract is critical to movement, posture control and orientation in space.
So all those reps actually beef up the neural pathway to your muscles.
These cutting-edge findings were revealed in a study published in the Journal of Neuroscience in June 2020 by scientists at the Institute of Neuroscience at Newcastle University in England.
They trained two female macaque monkeys to pull a weighted lever with their right arms to get treats.
Throughout three months of research, the monkeys’ right-side nerves sent progressively stronger signals to the muscles while the left was static. In fact, the nerve impulses grew more powerful before the muscles got bigger. Monkeys obviously aren’t people, but all primates, including humans, have fundamentally similar nervous systems.
So when you weight train, you are also boosting an all-important neural network.
With that said, here are 4 reasons why weight trainings is important when working out! 👊
Weight training helps you become stronger. It helps improve the strength, range of motion, and mobility of your muscles, ligaments, and tendons. This can reinforce strength around major joints like your knees, hips, and ankles to provide additional protection against injury. Furthermore, it helps improve athletic performance in sports that require speed, power, and strength, and it may even support endurance athletes by preserving lean muscle mass.
2. Can help you appear leaner
As you build more muscle and lose fat, you will appear leaner. This is because muscle is more dense than fat, meaning it takes up less space on your body pound for pound. Therefore, you may lose inches off of your waist even if you don’t see a change in the number on the scale.
While you might not associate weight lifting with your heart, weight training has significant cardiovascular benefits that can improve your long-term health. One of the biggest benefits of weight lifting is lowering the probability of life-altering heart attacks and strokes.
4. Maintaining Muscle Tissue
Around when you turn 30 years old, growth hormones decrease dramatically in the body. Because of this, you could lose about 8-10% of your muscle tissue every decade. Muscles are the basis of your metabolism, so if your muscles decrease by 8-10%, your metabolism will also decrease by 8-10%. By strength training twice per week you will change that 8-10% to ONLY 1-2% every decade. That means if you simply strength train twice per week, at age 80 you will be 5-10% less of the person you were when you were 30!!
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