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We believe a supportive community and purposeful collaboration between our coaches is the key to consistency and member progress in both a 1-1 and group setting.


All forms of exercise produce endorphins, the feel-good chemicals that can elevate your mood. It’s also a great way to relieve stress and anxiety, as it has been shown to reduce stress hormone levels. As you get stronger, your increased confidence will carry through into all areas of your life including your workouts, school or job, and your relationships.

Elevate mood, combat anxiety, and increase confidence

"Functional" strength training focuses on natural movement patterns with a real life objective. Train to support the activities you do outside the gym. Be stronger and more capable in a way that's meaningful to you.

Move well and meet your life's demands

Strength training can help lower blood pressure, improve blood sugar control, decrease triglycerides, and cholesterol. Strength training can also improve hormonal balance and inhibit stress hormones like cortisol, which, when high, can contribute to weight gain.

Improve markers of health

Strength training doesn't just burn calories in the gym. It builds lean muscle mass. This muscle mass increases your metabolic rate, burning more calories throughout the day, even at rest. Weight training is one of the most effective forms of exercise for those looking to reduce body fat. + Muscle - Fat = Body Composition Shifts

Improve body composition

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Strength training reduces the risk of overuse injuries from other sports as well as activities of daily living by strengthening your muscles, tendons, joints, ligaments and increasing bone density.

Mitigate the risk of injury

Strength training enhances communication between brain and muscles via nervous impulses.This can translate to overall improvements in coordination and muscle control, whether taking on fine motor skills or large, gross movement patterns.

Develop the relationship between brain and muscles

By increasing strength, power, force generation, coordination, core strength, and balance, strength training increases your overall athletic performance, movement efficiency, and fitness. Gains in the weight room can lead to faster running, higher jumping, better swinging and hitting, and further throwing.

Boost athletic performance

Strength training is a significant core workout in every movement that you perform. Your core muscles, which include the abs, obliques, hip muscles, and lower back muscles, connect the upper body and lower body muscles and are instrumental in movement efficiency and stability.

Fortify your pillar: THE CORE

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