CONDITIONING

STRENGTH without capacity is a race car with an empty gas tank. True fitness gains are measured though the combined function of STRENGTH and capacity. A balance of cardiovascular training is absolutely necessary for functional fitness. Our members will have a large variety of CONDITIONING programs to choose from to complement their STRENGTH program. Including selections from plyometric, bodyweight only to resistance based high intensity interval training. Most of our competitors would call our CONDITIONING program their STRENGTH program.

These programs are fun and dynamic and intended to help you find your limits that day through a variety of tools including kettlebells, plyometric boxes, sandbags, slam balls and a variety of non-motorized cardio machines.

STRENGTH gains can be slow and incremental, especially when not coupled with a CONDITIONING program. CONDITIONING gains can be dramatic and thrilling. The first time you complete one of these workouts you may be thinking to yourself: that is the best I can do. Then just a few weeks of training later you absolutely crush that same workout and accomplish what you thought impossible. The reward of hard work is a rush like no other.