Membership Has Its Privileges.
Fortitude Strength Club offers small group strength and conditioning training in a private club setting. We’ve taken what is great about personal training and group fitness classes and combined them into the ultimate supervised training experience that is much more affordable than one-on-one training with a much more individualized approach than large group classes.
Here is what you’ll experience when training at Fortitude Strength Club:
- Each training session consists of a small group of up to 4 people and a coach. We feel this provides the right combination of energy, camaraderie and supervision.
- Sessions last 50 minutes and consist of mobility/warm-up, strength training and conditioning.
- Your training program is progressive and based on essential movements, strength qualities and energy systems. What this means is that you’ll be focused on training key movements in order to develop strength and work capacity. The fringe benefit is that training in this manner is also the most effective way to build a great body.
- All programs are tracked for you electronically by your coach. They will have a complete record of every rep, set and weight used during your training. This will be of great benefit in both tracking your progress and choosing appropriate weights and other parameters in future training sessions.
- Quite frankly, you can expect to train hard. Luckily while you are working your ass off you’ll be doing so in a fun, high-energy and hugely supportive environment that is invested in your success.
- You can choose between our general training program (simply called “The Program”) or our weightlifting-specific program. Unlimited members can alternate between the two programs as they wish.
We’ve removed all of the barriers to success that you find in most other gyms (overcrowding, lack of supervision, lack of effective programming that follows a progression, acceptance of poor technique, lack of training focus, unsupportive environment) so you’ll probably never be able to go back to “traditional” training again. Sorry about that.