What makes your gym different?
Nothing is random, our programming and exercises are all planned and have a purpose / goal in mind. We do the research so you can train confidently, safely and expect results. The gym is not our sport so the numbers don’t matter much. While we do assess often and use gym numbers they are not of primary importance. How you are performing OUTSIDE the gym is what matters.
Why do you emphasize durability in your program?
We want you healthy and moving well to keep you playing and / or competing in your sport for as long as possible. To do this we look to Grey Cook, Mike Boyle, Kelly Starrett and Mark Verstegen to name a few. How we implement and choose durability exercises is constantly evolving so that we continue to extend your athletic career. If something isn’t working we are ready and willing to change it.
Who influences your program?
Some of our focus’ will mirror Mountain Athletes, others are from our own design. BOTH are tested on athletes prior to being implemented in our group sessions. Safety, quality, & improved fitness are all outcomes of this method.
Why do you only program 4 days a week?
We believe that 4 days a week in the gym is enough. We are not training you to be the best gym rat. You need to get outdoors, do your sport, or if you don’t have one, play!!! If you need suggestions we are happy to help.
What if I can’t train 4x a week?
Everyone has different goals and needs. How often you attend depends on yours. We assess where you are and give you recommendations based on where you want to be. Attendance recommendations are also based on seasons if you have a primary sport.
I can’t come 4x per week, is it still worth it?
Absolutely. We will still have you do the sessions in order as programmed.
I’m injured, can I still train?
Yes. 99% of the time we can program around your injury.
I’m a woman and want to keep looking like one - will I get BIG?
No. Our programming is designed to get you leaner and stronger.
What are your recommendations regarding nutrition?
Not everyone is the same, so there is not just ONE way to eat. It can depend on your sport, goals, current health conditions, etc. We do hold some basic beliefs that would benefit anyone and they include:
• Eat local and seasonal
• Sugar should be a treat not an everyday occurrence
• A beer or glass of wine each night is fine (6-pack or bottle is not)
• Vegetables are necessary - everyday.
What do you recommend for blood analysis and testing?
Anyone who is looking for feedback on their current fitness and lifestyle habits can now get an an depth blood analysis done by our new partners Wellness FX. Visit Wellness FX to find out how anyone from the professional athlete to the everyday individual can get a personalized blood test to help them know if their training and diet is on point.
Are you familiar with metabolic and cardio testing equipment?
Yes, we incorporate VO2 and RMR testing upon request. Visit Korr Solutions to learn more or give us a call or email regarding cost and other information.