If you have ever wondered what it would be like to get together with about 200 like-minded individuals, people who think just like you, who want to learn and grow as trainers, coaches, fitness enthusiasts, people who are interested in corrective exercise, mobility work, the latest foam rolling technique and how to make an impact in their client’s lives, look no … Read More
We have a new article on strength training for women in the May issue of Baltimore’s Child magazine. Check it out on their website. If it inspires you to train, give us a call to get started.
Conquering Pain, Gaining Strength I can’t remember exactly how or when I hurt my back, but I can’t forget all the pain I was in over the years as a result. My story of recovery is one I’m proud to share. If you’re suffering from back pain and spasms that are interfering with your life, read on to find out … Read More
This subject has been covered to death. For a refresher, see here, here, here, here, or here. Suffice it to say that we believe that the best use of a woman’s time in the gym is to lift heavy weights and train with high intensity. Unfortunately, a lot of ladies still think that hitting the treadmill, followed by some tricep … Read More
Older folks often think that they are too old to get into the gym and improve their physical condition. On the other end of the spectrum, parents sometimes wonder when is the right time to introduce their children to exercise. The truth is that you are never too old or too young to get stronger and fitter. It is simply … Read More
Five sets of three. Three sets of five. Whichever way you read it, FiveX3 spells strength. Low reps and high weights is how damn near everybody who is strong got there in the first place. We chose our name very carefully. It reflects our training philosophy and our goals. In sports, as in life, strength is tightly correlated with performance. … Read More