22 Minutes x Twice a Week = Twice as Strong
Build strength, for life.
Our customized training program delivers an incredible full-body workout in only 30 minutes.
We use evidence-based resistance training methods that produce measurable improvements in strength in just one hour per week.
Our mindset is you shouldn’t get hurt trying to get healthy. Our mission is to get you stronger so you can better enjoy the things you want to do.
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In exercise, you might assume that trainers follow best practices, informed by what the peer-reviewed research confirms is safe and effective for trainees over a wide age range. You'd be wrong. Evidence-Based Resistance Training, Explained Most of what passes for...read more
At Smart Strength, we're all about finding the minimum effective dose. Asking if the thing you're doing is giving you back more than you are investing. This is the basis of anything we do with strength training at Smart Strength. It is also the foundation of our Race...read more
If you've browsed our testimonials page, you'll find Cindy's first testimonial for our service. There's even more good news: she's just had a 1 year follow up with her endocrinologist and neurologist and they're BLOWN AWAY. First, the bone mineral density...read more
Short version: Exercise is specific: challenging the muscles in a very targeted manner to stimulate a positive physiological adaptation that serves to enhance fitness no matter the task. Physical activity is general: body movement produced by muscle action that is a...read more
One of the hangups that keeps people from starting is a concern about safety. Our evidence-based system scales to meet a person exactly where they're at, so they can progress without risk of injury. We've got that covered! Another concern is lack of progress. While it...read more
I've been getting a lot of requests from clients who go away for the summer for a workout they can do with minimal equipment. I have just the solution for you! Key points: Always move slowly! I instruct clients to try to move as slowly as possible without stopping,...read more