By initially identifying the cause of the pain or imbalance, the treatment will aim to relieve sustained injury to muscles, joints, tendons, ligaments and nerves and increase flexibility, function and movement in muscles and joints.
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Nutrition impacts your general health and wellbeing. We aim to provide the information and motivation needed to successfully change lifestyle habits and to achieve lasting results from fat loss to muscle mass gain.
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Proper functioning movement patterns and a well-balanced body form the basis for wellbeing and performance. Training is customized to each individual, with guidance and support to achieve great results. We specialize in body transformations and strength training for sports.
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Knowledge empowers. We aim to educate our clients to enhance engagement and help create better lifestyle choices. By sharing our knowledge with our fellow health & fitness professional we can reach even more people.
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About SHP Dubai
Originally founded in Sweden, Scandinavian Health & Performance has grown into an industry leader in Dubai, making sure clients have the support they need to reach their training and performance goals. By using a holistic approach with nutrition and injury prevention as key components, the SHP model promotes longer lasting results, optimal health and maximal performance.
"The approach of SHP’s team is unique. Their trainers are highly professional and very attentive to each client’s needs. Both the facility and equipment provide a personalized and private experience that is incomparable to any other gyms."− Ghassan Harfouche - August, 2013
"I couldn’t recommend them highly enough. They start with assessing your areas you need to focus on (a very humbling exercise!) and then help either in PT sessions, or via a program you do yourself, for you to address them. After 3-4 months of seeing SHP I cannot tell you how much this has helped me, not only in fitness and strength but also in posture and nutrition. I see this as an investment in my future fitness and health and as such is invaluable! All the staff are friendly, welcoming and extremely knowledgeable. Everything is explained so you understand it and can apply it when not in the gym with them!"− James Hares - July, 2013
"We were worried that we were too old to use a personal trainer but knew our health and weight needed attention. We trained as a married couple and the dedicated personal trainer helped us with nutritional advice and a training program suited to us as individuals and a couple. We have both lost weight (in my case >20kg) but more importantly, we have regained a better sense of wellbeing and generally feel healthier and better about ourselves. We have worked with all the trainers at SHP and they are dedicated to help and support you as an individual, not just another client – this for us, made all the difference."− Andy & Marina - June 2013
"...I have always been plagued by injuries in running which I also now realise was due to this one factor I was missing: strength training. When I had my first session with SHP in January (2013), I knew this wasn't just a personal training session.
...Since then my confidence has grown as well as my strength. My body shape has changed significantly in just six months and I finally have the routine I needed to keep me on target. Mixing up training days with Inger has been invaluable as each person brings a different approach and style."− Melanie S. - June, 2013
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