1. Participate In Our Fitness System

Our Fitness System takes the guesswork out of fitness and provides a structure and accountability that leads to success.

Following this system is the foundation to the Blueprint for a Better Life. Come to the gym 3 – 4 times a week in either a one on one environment with a coach, or in a group setting. The social environment of our group classes is one of the keys to fostering a healthy community of people constantly looking to improve themselves. In a short time you will find yourself to be in the best shape of your life.

2. Eat Clean and Sleep Well

Providing your body with the right fuel and proper rest (6-8 hours) is essential to maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

Your coach will also help you with a healthy nutrition plan. Although diets will differ from person to person depending on your wants and needs, we believe for optimal health, your diet should consist of whole, unprocessed foods 90% of the time. The other 10% simply means it’s ok—emotionally healthy even—to have a beer or a piece of cake from time to time.

3. Get Out and Play

One trap many gym goers fall into is they live in the gym – the gym becomes their sport. What good is all this fitness and well being if you do not express it in some way outside of the gym?

We believe it’s important to use your functional fitness in a fun or competitive sporting environment outside of the gym. Join a hockey or basketball league in the winter, or a beach volleyball or Ultimate team in the summer: The important thing is to put your fitness to use. We also believe it’s important to keep challenging yourself with new sports, be it golf, tennis or surfing—that you should try one new sport each year.

4. Experience The Great Outdoors!

Your newfound fitness will make active outdoor activities fun again. Not only that, but breathing fresh air in nature is known to be therapeutic to the soul. Rock climbing, hiking, camping, skiing or surfing are all great options, some of which we embark on together as a community.

5. Go On Adventures!

Although everyone has a different definition of the word ‘adventure,’ the key here is to constantly challenge yourself to try new things: It will keep you feeling forever young. Whether this means signing up to learn a new language or a cooking course, or going on a backpacking trip in South America, we believe no matter how old or how young you are, it’s important to experience new, educational, enlightening, fun, challenging, memorable adventures. It’s up to you to decide what your adventure looks like.