Since opening in 2011, we’ve grown to four locations and retained members at a 96% monthly rate for one simple reason: it works.
The simple, yet challenging daily combination of strength, cardio, and physique training creates the demand your body needs to continuously drive adaptation, the structure to keep you consistent, and the variety to keep you engaged.
Here’s how we stack up against the competition.
While you might feel accomplished based on misleading “calories burned” and being out of breath, cardio-based gyms fail to deliver sustainable results for one simple reason: there is no progressive overload.
Running may be tough at first, but once you adapt, there is little to keep you developing. With cardio, longer is not better, it is worse. It strips the very muscle that drives your metabolism and your physique, and sooner or later you’re going to need some real weight training in order to make progress.
Boot Camp Gyms
Light weights with no emphasis on strength development will quickly run its course. The best results are achieved in a balanced, well rounded approach and the trouble with boot camp gyms is that they are a one trick pony: long duration, light weights, fast paced.
While this may provides initial results, you will quickly be met with plateau and boredom.
Sport of Fitness Gyms
We have always placed more emphasis on self improvement and togetherness over class competition, accessibility for all levels, safety for a general population environment, and a culture that nurtures development rather than intimidation. This has been our DNA since 2011 and why so many everyday women and men across our four locations call us home.