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Training Floor


DISCOVER YOUR WILL

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Training Floor


DISCOVER YOUR WILL


Stall Bars

Stall Bars 

Stall Bars are an old gymnastics tools used to develop strength, flexibility and body control. The bars are oval making them easy to grip for hanging positions that stretch the upper body and strengthen the core. 

We also have props that we attach to the Stall Bars to assist with Pull-ups and core exercises. 

Open Training Floor

Open Training Floor

We've also stripped away any unnecessary equipment and have curated the pieces of equipment that deliver the best results.  Ropes, rings, stall bars, and other pieces that you will not find at other gyms. 

Climbing Rope

Climbing Rope

The climb to the top is challenging but also very satisfying.  The rope climb helps develop grip, upper body and core strength. We have an array of variations for all levels. 

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Ski Erg

The Ski Erg is the sister to the Concept II Rower.  This exercise focuses on developing upper body and core endurance. It offers an incredible workout and gives your legs a bit of a break. 

Training Bumper Plates

Olympic Weights

Olympic weightlifting, performed properly, is one of the most beneficial movements to learn for full-body strength development.  The new plates are super inspiring to play around with.   

Olympic Bars

Olympic Bars

Not all bars are created equal.  Our stainless steel, needle-bearings olympic bars are incredible to use when weightlifting. 

InBody Body Comp

InBody Scale

The InBody 770 Body Composition is more than a scale.  Other then giving you an accurate weight it also breaks down the amount of muscle tissue and fat  that you have on your limbs and torso.  The data is stored in the "Cloud" and you have access to it anytime through the InBody app.  It's one of the best ways to measure your progress.  

To us, each individual weigh-in is not very important. Sometimes clients worry about "weighing-in", but we are more interested with the curve of what happens to your body over the coarse of months.  This helps us to better direct your training and results.

If you're not keeping score, you'll never know who's winning the game.