FEEL CONFIDENT!
YOU'VE CHOSEN THE RIGHT GYM
FOR YOUR FITNESS GOALS.
The first day of anything new can be intimidating but at The Training Room, we strive to help you feel welcome and included. You’ve discovered an amazing place filled with people you’ll soon call friends. These new friends, just like you, have a desire to improve their overall health and well being. With coaching from our experienced staff and the encouragement from your fellow exercise enthusiasts, you’ll achieve more than you’ve ever imagined. Before you know it, you’ll see results and you’ll ask yourself, why did take it take me so long to join?

Weekday classes are scheduled throughout the morning and evening hours. Weekend mornings, we offer at a variety of times to suit early morning risers and those who prefer a little extra sleep.
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We encourage our new friends to come in and tour the gym ahead of signing up but if you do sign up before touring we suggest you arrive 15 minutes before your first class. This will give you a few minutes to get the lay of the land and we can give you a brief walk through.

Here’s a little rundown of what to expect:
TRSTRONG
01 DEMONSTRATION
Class begins when your Coach calls everyone to gather around the board for a thorough explanation and demonstration of the movements you’ll be executing during your session. If you have any questions, ask way. Your Coach can offer guidance, tips and alternatives for any exercise that might be outside your comfort zone.
02 ACTIVATION
Activation drills are designed to warm up your body, prepare your nervous system for the training you are about to do, work to correct muscular imbalances, and increase your range of motion.
03 STRENGTH
Our program is based around compound movements that require multiple joints and muscle groups - the so-called “core” lifts. We take great pride in our coaching and are always ready to help teach and correct an exercise to make sure you stay as safe as possible while also seeing progress, whether it be more reps, more weight, or better recovery between sets. Examples of these movements include back squats, front squats, deadlifts, bench press, incline press, barbell rows, etc. These heavy, compound exercises emphasize a variety of specific movement patterns while also being great full body exercises.
04 ACCESSORY
Assistance and supporting exercises. These movements are often used to help improve weak links in the aforementioned “core” lifts as well as targeting specific muscle groups and lines of movement more specifically. These movements not only improve performance and decrease risk of injury, but they also help to target specific areas you may wish to see aesthetic improvement in as well. Examples include lunge variations, lateral banded walks, hamstring curls, bicep curls, tricep extensions, and lateral raises.
05 CONDITIONING
Bodyweight or lightweight functional movements performed at relatively high intensity. This portion of the workout focuses on increasing the demand on your cardiovascular system and power output while continuing to work on proper movement. The time intervals, movements, and intensity are programmed to compliment the work done in the first three parts of the workout.
TRLEAN
01 DEMONSTRATION
Class begins when your Coach calls everyone to gather around the board for a thorough explanation and demonstration of the movements you’ll be executing during your session. If you have any questions, ask way. Your Coach can offer guidance, tips and alternatives for any exercise that might be outside your comfort zone.
02 ACTIVATION
Activation drills are designed to warm up your body, prepare your nervous system for the training you are about to do, work to correct muscular imbalances, and increase your range of motion.
03 STRENGTH
Many of the movements utilized in the strength portion of our LEAN class are still movement patterns based around the core lifts - squats, presses, and deadlifts. We recognize that some people aren’t interested in barbell training or strength-specific work so we molded the LEAN program to match. We still learn how to perform all of the foundational functional movements, but utilize more dumbbells, kettlebells, and bodyweight training to challenge you. Examples of these would be goblet squats, split squats, step-ups, deadlifts, dumbbell presses, kettlebell swings, rows, etc. These heavy, compound exercises emphasize a variety of specific movement patterns while also being great full body exercises.
04 ACCESSORY
Assistance and supporting exercises. These movements are often used to help improve weak links in the aforementioned “core” lifts as well as targeting specific muscle groups and lines of movement more specifically. These movements not only improve performance and decrease risk of injury, but they also help to target specific areas you may wish to see aesthetic improvement in as well. Examples include lunge variations, lateral banded walks, hamstring curls, bicep curls, tricep extensions, and lateral raises.
05 CONDITIONING
Bodyweight or lightweight functional movements performed at relatively high intensity. This portion of the workout focuses on increasing the demand on your cardiovascular system and power output while continuing to work on proper movement. The time intervals, movements, and intensity are programmed to compliment the work done in the first three parts of the workout. LEAN also emphasizes more work with Concept2 ski and rowing ergs, bikes, and calisthenics.