In collaboration with Synergistic Strength & Recovery; A revolutionary method of strength training in minimal time.  This high intensity, low volume training modality is facilitated via the ARX strength equipment (adaptive resistance exercise).  The ARX technology allows for maximum overload of the muscles in key, compound movements-making necessary strength training available to your unique fitness level.

This is achieved via motor resistance which accommodates to the strength output of the individual so you’re never at risk for injury yet are achieving maximal resistance throughout the range of motion.  Whereas classical weight training is classified as force followed by momentum, ARX stimulates you throughout the range of motion. This isn’t to say we do not use conventional resistance training (quite the opposite), but we evolve and utilize ARX tech to complement sound exercise prescriptions.

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maximal stimulation

Another unique feature of ARX is that the stimulation throughout the range of motion and accommodating resistance ‘redlines’ you much faster.  This allows us to consolidate strength training and effectively microdose resistance training so that time is saved, and more focus can be placed on activity, movement, and sports specificity.

The ability to move/exert your nervous system with maximal intent is critical for getting results-ARX allows us to do this safely and throughout the entire range of motion (ROM).

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efficient exercise

This is revolutionary for athletes because it allows us to microdose MAXIMAL strength training so that we can focus on other, individual components of athleticism-explosive strength, speed strength, strength speed, starting strength, accelerating strength, sports-specific movements, etc.

For general fitness, this allows us to consolidate strength training without compromising results.



ARX software allows us to add a layer of precision into our strength testing and individualizes programs to the individual, while simultaneously tracking results for long-term progression.