Strength Club is here!

After months in development, Strength Club is here!

What is Strength Club?

Strength Club was developed to make us stronger, more stable and more mobile athletes. Training programs are provided for you based on your current needs and your short & long-term goals. Your training programs will be evaluated and updated  every 4 to 6 weeks to make sure you are making appropriate progress. We teach the Squat, Deadlift, and Bench Press in addition to dozens of accessory exercises to improve our main lifts while simultaneously improving our physiques. You will learn proper technique for all exercises in order to build a solid foundation for proper functional movement. Additionally, we will use the Prowler 100 and the 300 yard shuttle to determine conditioning.

Do you want to be stronger?

Do you want to feel better?

Do you want to move better?

Do you want to sleep better?

Do you want to look better?

Do your shoulders ache or hurt?

Do your knees hurt?

Does your back hurt?

Do you need help with your Squat? Bench press? Deadlift? Overhead press? Pull ups? Conditioning? Diet?

If you answered “Yes” to any of those questions, Strength Club is here to help. Strength Club is a program designed to help you achieve your health and fitness goals while not making you feel as though you’ve been run through a wood chipper. The program is designed for your unique needs and is monitored to make sure you are making progress. Training is challenging and progressive – focusing on consistent and sustainable improvement.

We know that when it comes to our bodies, one size does not necessarily fit all. So why do we settle for training like everyone else? We are unique in our physiological alignment and positioning and our training should reflect those differences. Just because your friend can do 20 push ups or squat twice their body weight doesn’t mean that you should. Strength Club takes those factors in to consideration when designing your training.

Strength Club programs are set up so you can work out when it is convenient for you – meaning you don’t have to hire a trainer three or four times per week. Prior to receiving your program you will be evaluated to determine the exercises needed to make you better. After that, you’ll be on your way to achieving all those “wants” you listed above.

Testing Days

Testing Days are held every few weeks and are used to test your progress in the lifts. We compete in three main lifts: Squat, Bench Press, and Deadlift.

The three main lifts will use a 1 rep max (1RM) or estimated 1RM effort to assess strength in that lift. The total of the three 1RM efforts will be tallied and the combined total will be recorded. Each level of Strength Club will be based on the athletes bodyweight on testing day.

For example: If I weigh 200 pounds, in order to achieve the 3.0 level, I need to TOTAL 600 pounds on my three lifts. A 150 pound female would need to total 300 pounds to achieve level 2.0.

Women’s Levels – 2.0, 2.5, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, etc.

Men’s Levels – 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5, 5.0, etc.

Take the first step in taking back your health and fitness by coming to a free meeting to learn more. We’ll explore your wants and needs, and get you on the path to a stronger and  healthier body.

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