Group Fitness Misconceptions

#1) I need to get in shape before I try something like this.

Not True. Stop making excuses and start making progress in your fitness levels. We have all types of folks that have the courage to walk into this gym and work through their shortcomings wether it be overweight, haven’t exercised in years, not as young as they used to be, recovering from knee surgery etc… they have shed their excuses.

#2) I have an injury, I should wait till it heals before I start training.

This is actually the time to get in and start doing something to further develop areas of weakness, ease the healing process and continue to advance athletically. We can modify, substitute and scale our programming to allow for the best results while you are recovering.

#3) I can’t do all that stuff, you’re crazy! Well we are sort of crazy I suppose.

We do things that most other people wouldn’t even try doing. That doesn’t mean you can’t do it. All the exercises and workouts can be scaled to beginner levels during every class. You work at your own pace right along side others who may be much more fit than you but you do it together. Does that really sound so crazy after all?

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit.”– Aristotle

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