Frequently Asked Questions

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What should I expect from my first class?

We recommend you arrive 10-15 minutes early, so that we can get to know you and show you around! You’ll put your things away, grab a towel and fill your water bottle (cups are provided if you don’t have one).

Once class is ready to start, we’ll take everyone through each exercise before you get going. There are 12-14 different exercise stations in each class and at these stations the exercises are organized in 3 levels so everyone feels comfortable and challenged. We don’t do a “traditional warmup” because in our classes you warm up as you go so if you aren’t sure, start with an easier weight or level for your first few exercises.

At the end of your work out, we’ll do a quick stretch.


What should I wear?

Comfort is key. Please wear appropriate gym shoes, and comfortable clothes that you are able to move in.


What should I bring?

We provide all the equipment you need, as well as towels. You may want to bring a water bottle, and you’re welcome to bring your own towel if you’d prefer.


Are your classes beginner friendly?

Our classes are intentionally structured to be accessible to all levels. Every exercise is chosen to accommodate beginner and advanced clients and most stations have an easy, medium, and hard level so that you can easily choose your own pace. If at any time you feel uncomfortable with an exercise, we are happy to provide modifications.


What if I have an injury?

If you are working out with an injury, please let us know beforehand. We’ll do our best to work with you and make modifications to the program. As always, please be sure to consult with your doctor to make sure you understand what your limitations are.


Can I shower?

We do have one shower if you need to clean up after class. Keep in mind you might have to wait for a few minutes if others need to use it too!


Why don’t we warm up?

We like to keep our classes short and effective so instead of a “traditional” warm-up we warm up as we go. You are more then welcome to come early and warm up on cardio or roll out before class. If you are unsure of your weights to start with choose lighter weights or do a level easier for your first set.