The Treigning Lab is a personal training facility that implements technology for maximum performance.
We use personal physiology to optimize your performance. Whether you are looking to improve your sport, lifestyle, or manage your weight, we take out the guesswork.
Meta-Cal Weight Management Algorithm
MetaCal is an advanced mathematical algorithm that takes the guess work out of weight management. It is a technologically driven algorithm that incorporates an array of calibrating variables such as RMR, EPOC, total energy consumption, target weight, time, and exercise specific caloric expenditure.
RMR (resting metabolic rate)
RMR – resting metabolic rate - is how many calories you would burn if you were just resting for 24 hours. It is the minimum amount of energy required to keep your body functioning, including your heart beating, lungs breathing, and body temperature normal.
Respiratory Exchange Ratio
The Respiratory Exchange Ratio (RER) the is relationship between the amount Carbon Dioxide (CO2) produced and Oxygen (O2) consumed in one breath.
VO2 max, or maximal oxygen uptake, is one factor that can determine an athlete's capacity to perform sustained exercise. It is often considered as the gold standard measurement for fitness.
Metabolic Performance Zones
Caloric expenditure zones for weight loss, weight maintenance, and weight gain which are determined through the use of a digital metabolic cart.
EPOC - Target Heart Rate Zones
Heart rate zones determined by wireless variable heartbeat analysis for desired training effect, EPOC, and subsequent recovery.
Data reports generated by wireless measurements which are then analyzed and electronically sent to the individual for a comprehensive performance analysis and accurate training modification.
Neurological Data Functions
Mathematical functions for performance prediction and output. Each function is regressively built to fit the personal neurological data for an individual.
Interval Hypoxic Training (IHT )
Portable altitude simulator that stimulateron rich myoglobin, mitochondria, and subsequent capillary growth. (IHT) can increase the hematocrit, the HIF (hypoxic inducible factor), the VEGF(vascular endothelial growth factor), and nitric oxide production, thereby, resulting in optimal oxygen efficiency.