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Here's our schedule for the Holidays:Christmas Eve (Monday) - 9am onlyChristmas - closedWednesday-Saturday: regular scheduleNew Years Eve (Monday) - 9am onlyNew Years Day - closedWednesday - regular scheduleWe will be implementing some awesome additions/improvements starting with the New Year. The first thing will be on...

Many of you have been asking about goals to shoot for in regards to strength numbers. Additionally, considering that the New Year is rolling around I wanted to provide you a list of general strength goals to shoot for if you’re not already there on...

On Saturday we had approximately 40 future USMC recruits along with around 15 Portsmouth High School Football players come down for a 1/2 day evolution of mental and physical development.We started the day with some classroom instruction on the importance of developing positive self-talk in...

This Saturday we are conducting our quarterly team buidling/motivation training with future USMC recruits (poolees) from the Tri-State area. We will putting these young men and women through a couple hours of physical training, teamwork, and the development of communication skills under stress.The training will...

This Saturday we are conducting our quarterly team buidling/motivation training with future USMC recruits (poolees) from the Tri-State area. We will putting these young men and women through a couple hours of physical training, teamwork, and the development of communication skills under stress.The training will...

Even in an incredibly supportive environment, YOU are the one that has to get through it Yesterday we conducted a workout inspired from GYM JONES . Quite simple on paper, take 2 kettlebells (35m/18f) and perform 100 X Double Clean and Press. The only problem is...

nothing like 2 man teams pulling a RZR for a 5K This week you will notice we are adding in the option of an Olympic lift to be done during the strength/skill portion of certain workouts (depending upon the programming). So for example this will be...

The other day I stopped at a rural gas station in Kentucky. A young mother was digging in her pockets to pay for some gas. It was clear she had seen better days and strapped for cash. She asked the cashier to give $5.35 on pump...

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