FEATURES THAT SET US Apart
We are a spacious 4,255 square foot facility equipped with 12 squat racks, 8 dedicated lifting platforms, and a separate cardio/warm-up area.
Our coaches are well experienced in both Powerlifting and Olympic Weightlifting. Our commitment to our members is to provide efficient and individualized workouts that will focus on proper form, strength, and injury prevention.
We understand that life gets busy and sometimes attending class does not fit the schedule, so we provide access to a training app with real-time messaging access to the coaches.
Efficient, effective, and community-driven; this is more than just a gym; this is a supportive environment where members inspire and motivate each other on their fitness journeys.
HOW TO GET STARTED
Click on the link below and schedule your tour of our facility!
Visit our gym and one of our coaches will give you a tour and discuss your goals with you. This will give us a better idea of where you are in your fitness journey.
Attend one of our classes! Our coaches will provide you with a workout and begin helping you learn how to lift safely and get stronger!
with Coach Vince
What is Olympic Weightlifting?
Olympic weightlifting is a dynamic sport that showcases the pinnacle of strength, power, and precision. Consisting of two lifts, the snatch and the clean and jerk, athletes compete to lift the heaviest weight possible.
The snatch is a dynamic and precise lift that involves lifting a loaded barbell from the ground to an overhead position in one swift movement.
The Clean and Jerk
The clean and jerk is a dynamic and powerful lift. This lift is a two part movement that involves lifting a loaded barbell from the ground to shoulder height in the clean phase, followed by an explosive jerk to propel the barbell in an overhead locked-out position.
How does Coach Vince get results?
With the Invincible Barbell method Coach Vince will help lifters build a foundation of strength, mobility, and technique before moving on to the basics.
After an adequate foundation has been built, lifters will move on to the next training phase that can be broken into strength focus, technique focus, and balance.
There is a Competition training program for those that have gone through the foundation and basic phase of training and have the desire to compete. The program will be more personalized but will require a high level of commitment.