Palangi (a Movement Based Fitness Sytem)

Palangi (a Movement Based Fitness Sytem)

5.0 (3)
Best of 2019
1 hire on Lessons.com
1 employee
31 years in business

About this pro

The PALANGI Method uses a teaching technology that forces a students muscle memory capabilities to "fire" BEFORE their physical conditiining threshold becomes challenged. By learning through this unique method of repetition, you get the ease of learning without “memorizing”, and the workout effect happens without the exhaustion factor. Scott Palangi developed this method of teaching after working with many different ethnicities where “language” was an obstacle and he had to communicate by demonstration, observation, and of course deliberate patience with each individuals current level of knowledge and physical conditioning.  You can’t do better if you’re new to fitness or physical disciplines. 

Watching each client “get it” in every single lesson absolutely lights me up. That mutual look of “wholly cow! It’s happening!”...Coupled with the ease of new movement and physical progress and freedom of movement and memorization, makes me thank my lucky stars each and every day I’m alive and well enough to work!

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Credentials

Norwood, NJ 07648
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3 Reviews

5.0

  • Kevin McGreevy

  • Jonus Jeffery

    This guy is awesome! I’ve hire numerous trainers over 25 years and Scott is the most knowledgeable, thoughtful and insightful trainer I’ve ever experienced. I have several injuries and limitations and Scott was able to modify and adjust the exercises and my body position to achieve success. I like that he is flexible in scheduling workout outside and inside depending on weather conditions. Working with him 5 days a week 1 hr sessions. I’m losing weight and gaining muscle.

  • Chris Esposito

    Scott Palangi is not only a master in martial arts but a master in physical movement...take your fitness to the next level and schedule a workout with Scott 💪💪💪



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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

We text each other and then meet for a “discovery” session, 30 minutes long