In just 30 minutes, two times a week, you will see great results with our approach to strength training.
Our entire fitness prescription is based on peer-reviewed scientific research to ensure that you will receive the safest and most effective workout.
Expert, Educated Trainers
Our team of personal trainers all hold degrees in exercise science and the highest accreditations, giving you the ultimate resource in fitness.
Discover Strength offers a no-compromise strength training experience. Our time-efficient, science-based workouts are tailored to your exact needs. We are fully committed to providing a five star service experience, guaranteed.
Discover Strength uses the Bod Pod, the gold standard in body composition testing, to provide reliable, actionable data to improve your overall health and body composition. This is the ultimate tool for tracking your progress and getting the results you want.
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What Our Clients Say
I have been working out at Discover Strength for six years and have benefited in gains of strength and endurance like no other workout that I have ever tried. The workouts are science based and you will see the benefits of their knowledge in your personal improvement.
At least go and try the free introductory session, I am certain that you will be hooked!
Discover Strength has the best staff in the business – knowledgeable, friendly, and they genuinely care about your progress – you “Never Stop Improving” at Discover Strength….
Direct supervision is the single most powerful element of any fitness program. With an extensive background in exercise science, our team of experts is driven by a passion to help people reach their potential.
We are looking for people who believe what we believe – learning, science, servant leadership, and creating your own future. Is that you?
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