Functional exercise isn't new. How we implement, coach, motivate, recover, plan, and embrace these ideals in our daily life is the special equation.
Our athletes see results because regardless of age and experience, our coaches know how to instruct and draw out their maximum potential. Workouts are varied, intense, and smartly designed to promote change every day. We don't just push you, we teach you how to get more out of yourself and desire more from yourself.
Chances are if you are checking us out you have already identified some of the pitfalls of other training programs and communities that supposedly provide their clients with improved fitness. We aren’t a normal gym because normal gyms don’t promote real fitness. We also don’t look at the word fitness like many others do. Fitness isn’t just about how you look or how many miles you can run. Fitness encompasses much more. It carries over to how you work, play, eat, and interact. We view our training program as just one method of improving and reinforcing important character traits. Some of these traits include confidence, discipline, courage, honesty, dedication, and perseverance. Chances are our workout will be the toughest thing you do all day. People leave our gym feeling as though they have already conquered the world, something we have seen first hand directly improve a person’s outlook on their day-to-day routine. We see people reduce their stress, anxiety, and just all around feel better. The best part is that real fitness is accessible to everyone regardless of age or athletic background and/or ability. There is no shortcut besides hard work, and that is all we will ever ask out of our members.
Imagine this, everything you put in your body is either going to negatively, or positively impact your health, mood, sleep, and ability to achieve your desired fitness goals. Why spend time and money chasing real fitness, if you continue to eat foods that don’t support your health and longevity? Unlike most gyms, our coaches are extremely knowledgeable when it comes to diet and nutrition. Nutrition is so important to us that it is actually the first lecture provided when going through your introductory classes. Our nutrition plan is easy to follow and is founded on the principle of real food, real results.
We have all seen the amazing feats of gymnasts, power and Olympic lifters, sprinters, and more. You may have also noticed their bodies are lean and muscularly advanced in development. And yet, none of these athletes attained their physique from the much enjoyed bicep curl, leg extension, or peck-deck. They did so by using their body as it was meant to be used, as a whole. Weight machines were created to isolate the movement of one muscle in your body. Why train the body in isolation when there is never a moment in which this occurs? Imagine kicking a soccer ball with the movement of a leg extension machine, or throwing a baseball with the movement of a tricep extension. Even with the swollest horse-shoe of a tricep, I doubt you can throw it far without using your body. Seems silly right? Our body is complex and allows us to accomplish amazing things when working as a whole unit which is why we train it as such. We incorporate exercises that require multiple muscle groups to work together, stressing not just the muscular but also the nervous system. So next time you go to bend over and pick up something off the ground, ask yourself which machine at the gym you are mimicking.