Strength Studio

We Build Better Bodies

At Strength Studio, we offer 1-on-1 personalized training performed by certified professionals. We believe individualized training is the key to efficient results.  Our staff is highly skilled in the art and science of fat loss and human performance. We use this knowledge to design customized programs that will address your specific needs.

Since opening our doors in 2007, Strength Studio has provided superior personal training  for clients of every physical level in our well-equipped distraction-free gym.

The individual is the basis for all exercise and nutrition recommendations. We maintain precise records for each client, this allows us to make educated adjustments when needed. We are constantly searching for more effective ways to accelerate fat loss, improve athletic performance, and increase strength. We routinely reevaluate everything we do to ensure we are never complacent. We never dismiss any method, but we will question every method. If it can be improved, we will experiment and try to improve.


Do you want to lose body-fat?

Do you want a stronger and more resilient body?

Do you want to improve your health and longevity?

Solution: Strength Train to build more muscle!

What's so great about building muscle tissue?

  • Intense strength training depletes muscle glycogen which optimizes insulin sensitivity. Excess body fat accumulation is caused by poor insulin sensitivity.
  • Relative muscle mass is a primary biomarker of aging; by gaining muscle tissue you can reverse the aging process.
  • Muscle mass is directly linked to insulin sensitivity
...the greater your muscle mass, the lower your risk of [premature] death.
— Dr Arun Karlamangla, associate professor in the geriatrics division at Geffen School
Across the full range, higher muscle mass (relative to body size) is associated with better insulin sensitivity and lower risk of Pre-Diabetes.”
— J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2011 Sep;96(9):2898-903. doi: 10.1210/jc.2011-0435. Epub 2011 Jul21.

"Those with high muscle mass and low fat mass had the lowest risk of cardiovascular and total mortality." Preethi Srikanthan, Tamara B. Horwich, Chi Hong Tseng. Relation of Muscle Mass and Fat Mass to Cardiovascular Disease Mortality. The American Journal of Cardiology, 2016; 117 (8): 1355 DOI: 10.1016/j.amjcard.2016.01.033

Behind every worthwhile curve, there is a muscle.
— Dr Lynn Pirie

    When it comes to building a better body, muscle is everything.

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