Theory in Practice

Each class begins with Architecture which will warm up and mobilize your joints and muscles for the daily workout. Second, we focus on a specific set of skills to bring Balance to our training. Finally, each day will have a specific Strength focus designed to increase your capacity over time through three mesocycles: hypertrophy, endurance and power.

ALL LEVELS WELCOME.

Our highly trained professional staff are here to guide you each step of the way.

It may seem complex, but in reality is it just reawakening your full potential as a human.

We run, we jump and we play.

You may notice the gym looks a bit like a playground - that is because it is.

Workouts are tailored for each individual to be fun and engaging regardless of your background. 


DAILY SESSIONS BREAKDOWN 

MONDAY

Balance Focus: Hand and Foot Balance

Strength Focus: Bent Arm + Bent Knee

05:45AM-6:45AM

05:15PM-06:15PM

6:15PM-7:15 PM

TUESDAY

Balance Focus: Rings and Jumping

Strength Focus: Straight Arm + Hip 

05:45AM-6:45AM

05:15PM-06:15PM

6:15PM-7:15 PM

WEDNESDAY

Balance Focus: Flexibility and Locomotion

Strength Focus: Metabolic Conditioning

05:45AM-6:45AM

05:15PM-06:15PM

6:15PM-7:15 PM

THURSDAY

Balance Focus: Hand and Foot Balance

Strength Focus: Bent Arm + Bent Knee

05:45AM-6:45AM

05:15PM-06:15PM

6:15PM-7:15 PM

FRIDAY

Balance Focus: Rings & Jumping

Strength Focus: Straight Arm + Hip

05:45AM-6:45AM

SATURDAY

Balance Focus: Locomotion & Flexibility 

Strength Focus: Metabolic Conditioning

07:30AM-8:30AM


MesoCycles

Hypertrophy

Hypertrophy: make your muscles bigger and stronger. This enables you to increase work capacity and strength. 

Endurance

The second cycle shifts the focus to training the body's aerobic system. Using your new muscle that was built during the hypertrophy cycle, we will work on making you go further, faster. 

Power

Let's put it all together. The third cycle brings the strength and capacity together with dynamic, and complex movements. 

Daily Strength Focus 

Days of the week are broken into major upper and lower body muscle groups. We do this to develop patterning and allow sufficient rest between days for muscle recovery.  

Straight Arm + Hip

Straight arm movements include hanging, crawling, weighted carries and the like. Hip emphasizes movements that require a hinge technique and primary engagement through the posterior chain. Expect dead lifts, kettlebell swings and much more. 

Bent Arm + Bent Knee

Bent arm includes pushing/pulling movements such as pull-ups, curls, and overhead press. Knee movements will be quadricep and calf dominant exercises including squat variations and jumping.

Metabolic Conditioning

Twice a week we reduce the load and get a good old sweat going. Sessions still begin with Architecture and Balance, but ramp up into a half hour session to maintain cardiovascular capacity throughout all of the mesocycles.