Save Time – Save Money
Our intense training methods are designed to help individuals focus on their pursuit of achieving and experiencing optimum health and longevity, while saving time and money in the process. Unlike other conventional exercise and training methods, our methods will help you achieve significant results from as little as one or two 20-minute training sessions per week.
LESS IS MORE
The difference between our training methods (using the ARX) and other more traditional exercise methods is that we believe less is more – less of the right exercise and nutrition will deliver more results for the individual – without the risk of injury.
Unlike our training methods, most personal trainers who want you to spend MORE time with with you in the gym. Since time is money, more time means more cost. Personal trainers will often charge from $80 to $120 for a 1 hour session or $60 for half hour and you may need at least 3 up to 5 sessions/week to be productive. Add to this the Gym membership plus the cost of additional classes or boot-camps etc. and it all just adds in in time and money spent.
Does MORE exercise mean MORE results?
Or can you get stronger and fitter in as little as 10 min once a week?
This 5 min video breaks down the fundamental principles of why we exercise and how the work we do ultimately turns into either a positive or a negative in our bodies.
If time is so valuable, we certainly don’t want to waste it doing something inefficiently when a better, more efficient way exists.
When it comes to exercise, people often ask, “How can I get the best results with the least amount of time investment?”
Let’s examine our options below and see which method gives us our best return on our time-investment:
If you think aerobics or “cardio” is your answer, you’ll likely need to invest around five sessions per week at thirty minutes per session. => Total monthly time commitment = 10 hours/month
If you think a mixed program with light weights, bands, kettle bells, and body weight work, you’ll need to invest three sessions per week lasting about an hour per session. => Total monthly time commitment = 12 hours/month
If you choose solid strength training program, typical programs require three weekly sessions lasting about thirty minutes per session. => Total monthly time commitment = 6 hours/month
If you choose an advanced version of strength training called High-Intensity Training, that requires two weekly sessions at thirty minutes per session. => Total monthly time commitment = 4 hours/month
While all of these MAY get you your desired results, one thing they will NOT do is give you maximum return on the time you invest in them.
Enter ARX strength training…
If you choose ARX resistance training, the recommended protocol requires a single session lasting no more than fifteen minutes once per week. => Total monthly time commitment = 1 hour/month
If you’re crunching numbers, this means that an ARX workout is 300% more efficient than even the most efficient of the other options, and 1,900% more efficient than the first option of aerobics or “cardio.”
If the plumber said he’d have the pipes fixed in fifteen minutes instead of an hour, you’d be excited, right?
If the mechanic said your car would be ready after two days instead of two weeks, you’d like that, right?
While ARX exercise is no doubt safer and more effective than other training methods, one other advantage of ARX is the amount of time that can be saved compared to alternatives.
Simply put; ARX is the safest, most effective, and most efficient way to exercise. Period.
One ARX Session a Week (4 total for the month) $150.00/month
Law Enforcement/Teacher/First Responders/Student Discount $120.00/month
(For most people, once a week is all you need. Please watch the video below to understand why). Most people will need between 4-8 days to fully recover and adapt to their ARX workout session
Two ARX Sessions / Week (8 total) $275.00/month****
Law Enforcement/Teacher/First Responders/Student $225.00/month
We also offer a wide variety of other cutting edge personal training services
****MORE Exercise is NOT Necessarily better*****
This video shows what is need to achieve the benefits of strength training and why more exercise is not better.
In order to increase muscle strength and size you workout needs to be very intense and then your body needs TIME to adapt to the workout.
Please watch this video to understand how and what you body needs to get stronger.