1. Why You Need a Gym Membership

    There are so many amazing reasons why you need fitness in your life. I want to first start off by saying, I completely understand how hard it is to take that first step in purchasing a gym membership, but once you do you will never look back. Here is why: Confidence. It is so cool to see people grow…Read More

  2. Quick Tips for a Safe Deadlift

     ​The deadlift is a great full body exercise that will increase posterior strength and power, but gets a bad reputation in association with lower back pain or injuries.  I think if performed properly, the deadlift can be a very safe exercise compared to most knee dominant movements.  There …Read More

  3. February Member of the Month

    Jeb always has a smile on his face which is why we are excited to have him as February's Member of the Month! How old are you and where are you from? I am 32 years old and from good ole Winder,GA. What hobbies do you have outside of the gym? If I am not working or at the gym, you can typically find …Read More

  4. Box Jumps: You’re Not Jumping That High

    Michael Jordan, the best basketball player to ever walk this earth (sorry Lebron fans its true) had a vertical jump of 48 inches. The best vertical jump in the history of the NFL Combine was 46 inches, only to be toped at a regional combine with an effort of 47 inches by Willie Creear. Where am I …Read More

  5. January Member of the Month

    How old are you and where are you from? 38, proudly from Winder What hobbies do you have outside of the gym? I enjoy going to concerts, going to the mountains and enjoying family time. How has fitness affected your life? Becoming more health conscious What is your favorite and least favorite exercis…Read More

  6. Structured Flexibility

    Yes, you need structure to be successful when it comes to nutrition. Eat a lot of the same foods on a weekly basis. Meal prep Sundays. And consistency with hitting your daily macros. It’s all important. But, a little bit of structured flexibility wouldn’t hurt you. You need to learn how to eat o…Read More

  7. Take Your Plank a Level Up

    The plank is probably the most common and well known core exercise, just because of its pure simplicity. Often mistaken for the fad that swept Myspace in 2009 (sarcasm), planking is a great way to strengthen your core while learning what a neutral position with the head, neck, and spine should look …Read More