Work Hard. Train Harder.
Let's Evolve Your Body.
Personal Training in Greenville SC,
for Adults and Athletes
Your Best Just Got Better.
Coach Gur harnesses his collegiate coaching experience and education to deliver unparalleled training to the residents of Greenville SC.
He focuses on the entire person, from the inside out,
to enhance and evolve overall levels of strength, speed, agility, flexibility, and ultimately injury prevention.
Why train at Performance Evolution?
At Performance Evolution, we understand that every individual is unique in their mind, body, and spirit.
With this mentality, it is our goal to work with these in order to assist your pursuit of mental and physical well-being!
Nothing would make us happier than seeing all of Greenville realize their fitness or weight loss goals!
We personalize your training program based on what you and your body tell us, allowing you to get the best results out of every workout!
Areas Our Training Focuses On :
FLEXIBILITY / INJURY PREVENTION
Flexibility is the capacity of a joint or muscle to move through its full range of motion. It is one of the main fitness components, and is important for success in many sports.
Good flexibility is also important for injury prevention. Various types of stretching exercises can be used in injury rehabilitation, preparation for sport (warm up), and recovery after exercises.
Strenght is the ability to exert a maximal force in as short a time as possible, as in accelerating, jumping, and throwing implements.
While strength is the maximal force you can apply against a load, power is proportional to the speed at which you can apply this maximal force.
Training to improve power can include lifting weights, throwing implements such as medicine balls, running against resistance, and plyometrics (depth jumping and bounding).
Agility is the ability to quickly change body position or direction. Agility is influenced by the body’s balance, coordination, and center of gravity, in addition to its running speed and skill.
Agility can be improved with specific drills, but also by improving the specific individual fitness elements of speed, balance, power, and coordination.
Speed is the ability to move quickly across ground or move limbs rapidly to grab, throw or push.
Speed is not just how fast someone can run, cycle or swim, but is dependent on their acceleration (how quickly they can accelerate from a static position), maximal speed of movement, and speed maintenance (minimizing deceleration).