If you don't use it, you lose it...

Retain and improve mobility, strength, flexibility and quality of life through regular fitness and strength training.

This class is appropriate for those age 50+ or with limited mobility.

J.L

“I enjoy the coaches and people that I work with. I feel 100% better. You get good results and benefit from the workout.”

J.L

“I love the intimate groups, fantastic trainers, and great participants. I love how there is always an option to do the exercise in a way that accommodates injury or discomfort. I hope to do small group classes, PT, and possibly nutrition in the next month. (Just had to get my joints going again!)”

J.W
L.C

“ When we were able to attend the gym again after a long Covid absence, I found myself performing in many movements at levels lower than when I was last physically at the gym, even though I had attended zoom classes regularly.

I mentioned my frustration to Coach Lisa and asked her if she could assess me in some movements and give me an indication of where I should be performing, given my age.

That’s when she introduced me to the Level Method of Assessment. I was anxious to know how I was performing compared to my age group.

What I hadn’t given a lot of thought to, was that perhaps what matters the most is to what levels I could raise my individual performance to.

 

Coach Lisa explained how enlightening and worthwhile the assessments would be. We had done one or two assessments in our Legends program but I was eager to see the complete comprehensive picture of my abilities in all areas of activity.

I signed up for 4 private training sessions, one per week for 4 weeks. Coach Lisa began by challenging my physical age vs. my chronological age. The results of that in itself, were a real eye opener and confidence booster.

By week 3 & 4, I was wishing I could do week 1 & 2 again, as each week, I pushed myself even more.

After the assessments I found that in our Legends class I would try that more challenging weight, do the extra reps or find a way to modify an activity so I could achieve at a higher level.

Coach Lisa was extremely supportive during the assessments and was even able to trick me into skipping, an activity that I had convinced myself I could not do because of physical limitations. Thank you, Lisa.

I look forward to being able to do some retesting in the future. The Level Method Charts are on the wall in the gym. I encourage anyone who is not familiar with them, to have a look and chat with your coach to see if Level Method Assessments might be helpful to you. “

L.C