1. R3verse Room
At R3bilt, we believe you should workout smarter, not harder. In the first phase of our science-based workout program, you’ll start in the “Reverse” room. We also call this our anti-aging or biohackers room. In this area, we have all medical equipment that recovers the body or invigorates the body to get your ready for a workout. so it can be used as a warm-up or cool down. We use vibration plates, heart rate variable breathing rebounders, and red and yellow light therapy. These are all passive methods that help your body attain the optimal health that you want to achieve, and anti-age from the inside out. While lifting weights or doing yoga is beneficial, those workouts alone will not give you the results you’re looking for. This step of the process is crucial for anti-aging fitness.
How It Works:
Our Reverse phase focuses on our scientifically applied anti-aging active therapies.
Upon joining R3bilt, a personality test is administered for identifying bio-individual exercise drivers, tolerance, and required recovery, allowing training grouping. This personalized regiment, along with our anti-aging therapies, is what sets our workout routine apart from traditional gyms.
What to Expect:
Our Reverse phase focuses on 4 cutting-edge, anti-aging therapies:
- Rebounding promotes increased lymphatic flow, circulation, digestion, evacuation, brain function, muscle fiber recruitment, healing, bone strength, and overall energy.
- Whole-body vibration plates promote hormonal, cardiovascular, lymphatic, and nervous systems activation and regulation.
- Red and yellow light therapy promotes systemic anti-inflammatory effects, detoxification, skin purification, improved circulation, mitochondrial function, muscle recovery, collagen production, and wound healing.
- Heart rate variability breathing to reduce perceived stress.
These bio-hacks are combined as warm-up and cool-down methods in our anti-aging efforts. You’ll leave this room feeling refreshed, and ready to go. Next up, you’ll enter the Rebuild room to focus on building strength, flexibility, and mobility.