This schedule may change due to class enrollment.
Holidays also bring about an alternate schedule.
We reserve the right to change the schedule as needed.
Our goal is Functional Fitness.
What is functional fitness training?
Functional fitness exercises train your muscles to work together and prepare them for daily tasks by simulating common movements you might do at home, at work or in sports. While using various muscles in the upper and lower body at the same time, functional fitness exercises also emphasize core stability.
For example, a squat is a functional exercise because it trains the muscles used when you rise up and down from a chair or pick up low objects. By training your muscles to work the way they do in everyday tasks, you prepare your body to perform well in a variety of common situations.
Many workouts feature variations of squats, push-ups, and weight lifting that last for predetermined amounts of time to help build muscles.
Workouts are effective and we use a variety of movements along with a variety of equipment. We never assume that your previous experience is enough. We want to see it for ourselves. Whether new or a seasoned athlete we want to be sure you are properly prepared to workout in our small group training classes. We never just drop you into class. We want to properly assess you so that you can set SMART goals and know where to address weaknesses to see progress.
Onboarding is 5, Full hour sessions = $345.00
This is value to ensure your success and safety.
We Don't Care
We actually care a lot, just not about what you look like, what you weigh, or what you wear. No Drama Fitness runs programs that are broad based and inclusive. Our expert coaches will scale the program to fit you, regardless of fitness level or training background.
To prevent injuries and obtain maximum benefit from exercise we will train you to perform all movements with full range of motion and proper form.
Our focus is on being better athletes. Our job is to build you up by increasing work capacity (fitness), not tear you down in pursuit of one measurement (such as weight).
Continuous small improvements over time lead to large changes. Become a better version of yourself, don’t pursue other people’s goals or needlessly compare performance to others.
Use the gym as a place to focus entirely on the athletic task at hand. Leave day to day issues outside of the gym.
Be a great training partner, support your teammates by cheering for and encouraging them. Celebrate the successes of others as if they were your own. Respect and maintain the gym’s equipment.
Commit to a workout schedule, proper nutrition and adequate recovery between training sessions. Accept difficulty and overcome adversity.
“I love the combination of cardio and strength. The coaches are knowledgeable and encouraging, but still push you to exceed your expectations. Level Method is great for scaling and allowing everyone to do a workout at their level. There are programs for everyone, of all ages and skill levels.”- S.C
“I love the daily challenge of a different workout. The coaches and fellow gym rats are great to be around, encouraging, and helpful.”- K. Z
“I like that it’s simple… I show up, follow along, and it works.”- N.G
“No Drama has inspired me to work consistently towards my fitness goals. Four years + and I feel as if I am improving everyday, especially since 60 is creeping up on me!”- G.W
“Group classes are great; the coaches are very knowledgeable and provide tons of support.”- J.G
“Great coaches who focus on technique. Positive results in weight loss, strength gain. Excellent facility, focused coaches.”- R.E
“I like the camaraderie at No Drama. You need a consistent routine to change your fitness and this does that (more muscle/less fat).”- M.W
“I love the community at No Drama. When I started at No Drama, I knew nothing about weightlifting, so the small group size classes were a great place for me to practice and learn the movements.”- L.F