The biggest mistake in starting a fitness program is not knowing what you’re signing up for.
There are a few traits that make our Foundations program the perfect fit for someone who has either never exercised before, or who is looking to get back into a sustainable movement and exercise routine after some time away.
- Education: Having an understanding of WHY you’re doing what you’re doing allows you to internalize the movements you are performing. You can then understand how exercise, movement, and technique transfer to your life.
- Technique: Our team talks a lot about what we want to get out of Foundations. We want every person who graduates our 6-week program to feel comfortable going into ANY gym to continue their movement journey. You have the confidence to know WHAT you’re doing and HOW to do it. When you think of building a “foundation”, it starts with a technique that is rock solid to build off of.
- Small Group Size: Our foundations classes never have more than five people in a session, allowing for close attention and individualization. Our coaches are trained specifically in altering movements for people based on their level of experience. People should rarely be doing a movement in an identical manner, and our coaches make sure we fit the movement to the person, not the other way around.
- Progressive Programming: The biggest myth to ever enter the fitness industry was probably “Muscle Confusion”. You’ll hear programs advertise their workouts “are never the same”. In our opinion, this is a red flag. We follow the scientific principle of progressive overload. Following a program that keeps consistency in movements from week to week allows you to 1.) practice the movement week to week, and 2.) progress the movement (weight, reps, speed) week to week. When you are first starting a program, the last thing that is helpful is learning 1000 different movements.
How long do you plan to work out?
For most people, they will say for as long as they can. And we support that answer.
So, don’t crash and burn. If we’re going to be doing this for a while, start with a foundation.
6-weeks. 3 days per week. Sessions that help you learn, apply, and do in a supportive enviornemnt.
The hardest step is the first one. Talk to our team today: