Our methodology is based off the high intensity style of strength training that was developed in the 1970s by Arthur Jones.

Every workout you perform will be total body, consisting of exercises for your upper body, lower body, and mid-section. You’ll perform one set of each exercise to momentary muscular failure (fatigue). Momentary muscular failure is the point at which you can no longer perform a perfect rep with perfect form. We have learned through research that performing one set to failure is all you need to do to achieve the best results in the least amount of time.

Intensity, also known as your level of effort, is the most important part of the workout. We will adjust the intensity of a client’s workout based on injuries, medical conditions, comfort level, etc. You will get the most out of your workout when you work as hard as you possibly can.

We recommend strength training 1-2 times per week, and allowing your body to recover for 72 hours between workouts. The recovery time between workouts is crucial in allowing your muscles to fully rebuild and recover.

Your exercises will vary between free weights, resistance machines, body weight, resistance bands, and manual resistance. Our resistance machines are state-of-the-art, with brands including Medx, Nautilus, and Hammer Strength.