Philosophy

Our philosophy is very different from other gyms. We believe there is a  difference between Training and Exercising.

 

Training is putting the body under a progressive overload every session and progressing off of what was done last session. Training is the process of where you are now to where you want to be for the purpose of meeting a specific goal.

Exercising is doing a workout to feel tired and out of breath. The problem with exercising is it's easy to become tired and when tiredness is the goal, progress is forgotten. Training burns fat faster than exercising because the resistance increases at a faster rate.

Our trainers write down all of our client's workouts in their personal training logs and aim to beat the previous session.

A good workout is not determined by how sore you are the next day or by how much you sweat. It's determined by if progress was made and if that progress felt easy for the day, that makes it even better.

 

Our philosophy is simple: Stress --> Rest (adaptation) --> Stress (progress) --> Rest (adaptation) --> Stress (progress)

This is the first stage of Training.

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Philosophy

Our philosophy is very different from other gyms. We believe there is a  difference between Training and Exercising.

Training is putting the body under a progressive overload every session and progressing off of what was done last session. Training is the process of where you are now to where you want to be for the purpose of meeting a specific goal.

Exercising is doing a workout to feel tired and out of breath. The problem with exercising is it's easy to become tired and when tiredness is the goal, progress is forgotten. Training burns fat faster than exercising because the resistance increases at a faster rate.

Our trainers write down all of our client's workouts in their personal training logs and aim to beat the previous session.

A good workout is not determined by how sore you are the next day or by how much you sweat. It's determined by if progress was made and if that progress felt easy for the day, that makes it even better.

 

Our philosophy is simple: Stress --> Rest (adaptation) --> Stress (progress) --> Rest (adaptation) --> Stress (progress)

This is the first stage of Training.

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