What is Train Athletic?
Train Athletic is not just a gym, it’s a call to action. The intentional pursuit of strength, health, function, and community; this is what it means to Train Athletic.
In all endeavors, one should have a purpose. Here at Train Athletic, we measure performance. For some, improved performance will literally mean running faster and further, jumping higher, becoming more agile, throwing harder, lifting more weight, and simply getting an edge over the competitors. We are here for that!
For others, improved performance means improved quality of life; improved ability to get up and down the stairs, pick up the baby, carry the groceries, move furniture, cut the grass, you name it. Life is a physical game and you will get the edge here at Train Athletic.
Oh, by the way… a natural side effect of improved performance is virtually always an improved physique. Value performance and the rest will take care of itself.
Strength. No matter what your goal, our aim is to build a stronger you. Strength is central to athleticism and health. Strength must be cultivated intentionally.
Intelligence. Forget everything you’ve seen on social media. You will not find any fad programs here. No. We are led by science. We recognize evidence over hype. We’ll help you become an intelligent exerciser and dieter. Because smart is sexy.
Athleticism. Athletics are simply the highest expression of human capability. We want to take you from sick, to healthy, to athlete. You may never even choose to compete in a sport. That is fine. Either way, you will be a champion at life.
Family. Even the strongest of mind perform better with a support system. That’s why you hear terms such as “Teams” and “Brothers in Arms” at the highest level of military operations. When you come to Train Athletic, you join a family. It’s inevitable. There is no bond like shared suffering.
We aim to revolutionize performance and preventative health through evidence-based training and nutrition. Today, Train Athletic is a call to action. In 10 years, it will be what your doctor orders.