Eric is a great coach and gives encouragement to keep you motivated through the times when it would be easy to quit. I recommend Eric and his Functional Range Conditioning without reservation.James Calhoun
“My name is Keith Allen, MD. I am a practicing cardio thoracic surgeon. I have been training with Eric Lolar for almost 3 years now. Initially, in a group setting, then went on to train one-on-one, and now I complete online training via an app. I find myself to be in the best shape of my life at 55 years old. Before training with Eric Lolar my joints were so sore!
I find myself to be in the best shape of my life at 55 years old. Before training with Eric Lolar my joints were so sore!KR Allen, MD
Eric introduced Functional Range Conditioning (FRC) to the workouts, and not only did most of the pain go away I’ve become more flexible. As I’ve continued the primary exercises they have become easier, and I have more agility doing them. This has help me in everyday job preforming duties with less neck and back pain.”
KR Allen, MD
“I am the kind of person who is always active. I work as a phlebotomist at Mercy and fitness coach at Orangetheory. When I went on vacation to Vermont I tried out snowboarding for the first time. It was a blast; however, my knees took the brunt of all my falls. One knee was significantly hurt more than the other to the point where I couldn’t bend it and walking was a challenge. A week after the injury the pain started to hurt into my calf, hamstring, and quad. I was a little worried about it so I decided to book with Eric in hopes he could help me determine how much, if any damage. We started with some simple stretches that caused little to zero pain. My knee was so stiff because I hadn’t done anything on it in almost a week. Thankfully, Eric gave me the simple reminder that blood won’t flow unless the leg is moving. I also found out that I was a lot stronger and in control of my body than I thought. Thanks so much Eric!!
I was referred to Lolar Strength and Performance by a massage therapist. I have worked in the auto body repair field for over 25 years and have a lot of shoulder, elbow and wrist pain and restrictions from the years of repetitive motion. I have tried many different methods of relief with varying levels of success. I was starting to believe that this pain was something that I would just have to learn to live with. The pain effected my work, my recreation, my moods, and even my sleep!
In the short period of time that I have been working with Eric, I feel a very significant reduction of pain in every joint. I feel that I also have increased range of motion, improved core strength, and am able to achieve binds in yoga poses that I could never reach before.
Eric is a great coach and gives encouragement to keep you motivated through the times when it would be easy to quit. I recommend Eric and his Functional Range Conditioning without reservation.
My name is Helen Trice, I’m a full time architecture student which means I spend most of my time sitting at a desk looking at a computer screen. I am a big fan of functional range conditioning because it allows me to undo the damage of my everyday work conditions.
Functional Range Conditioning (FRC) has completely changed the way my body feels in everyday life and in training.Kasey Spaniak
My name is Kasey Spaniak, and I spend most of my day sitting at a desk. I try to get up and move around as much as I can throughout the day, and I work out 3-5 times a week (lifting and cardio). Functional Range Conditioning (FRC) has completely changed the way my body feels in everyday life and in training. I was going to the chiropractor twice a month and getting monthly, sometimes weekly, massages to try to ease the pain I was feeling, especially in my hip area. After starting the FRC program with Eric, I am no longer in need of those services and only get massages out of enjoyment rather than necessity. My range of motion has also increased, and my lifting form has benefited. I’m excited for my pain free body and looking forward to continuing the FRC programming.