Personal training will consist of one on one sessions and buddy or group sessions of two or more people. We offer 30 minute and 60 minute sessions for all training options. These types of training sessions will be, at the core, based on the clients needs first and wants second, Many times when a client approaches a trainer or training in general, they  are unsure of one’s goals, abilities, and limits. There is the slim occasion where the client is a seasoned lifter or athlete. In the case of the former, client and trainer relationship begins with the introduction followed by the health questionnaire. This discussion between client and trainer gathers subjective information from the client about his or her health, It covers any existing medical conditions or physical limitations he or she may have. The second portion of this meeting, after being cleared by a medical professional, is to determine the client’s health and fitness goals. Weather their goals are to build muscle, loose body fat, or to go through complete body recomposition, the workout routine will be written and monitored by the personal trainer. 

This is true for buddy and group sessions as well. In many cases family and friends tend to feel more comfortable or feel more motivation and accountability in their fitness journey if they take the initiative together. Trainers can help more people at one time with buddy or group sessions and create an esprit de corum within the group or couple participation. There are many benefits to both training styles and much to be gained in the clients life by improving his or her own body image and self confidence. For most, if not all, that seek outside help in physical fitness these people recognized a need for change. We as trainers are here to help those in need. Coupled with very personable and professional treatment at our facility, we also offer  a state of the art app for smartphones. This app will allow trainers to relay information about workout routines and client trainer scheduling. It will also allow clients to monitor their progress.


Maintaining a regular yoga practice can provide physical and mental health benefits. The purpose of yoga is to build strength, awareness and harmony in both the mind and body, with a focus on breathing the way our bodies were intended for. While there are more than 100 different types of yoga, most classes typically include breathing exercises, meditation, and assuming postures (sometimes called asanas or poses) that stretch and flex various muscle groups. Because there are so many different kinds of yoga practices, it is possible for anyone to start from any ability. Whether you are just starting to increase your physical activity or are a professional athlete, body size and fitness levels do not matter because there are modifications for every pose. The idea is to explore your limits, and not to strive beyond your abilities. It is a great way to get in tune with your body and your inner self.

The relaxation techniques incorporated in yoga can lessen chronic ailments, such as lower back pain, arthritis, headaches and more. Yoga can also lower blood pressure and reduce insomnia and stress. Other physical benefits of yoga include:

Increased flexibility, Increased muscle strength and tone, Improved respiration, energy and vitality, Maintaining a balanced metabolism, Weight reduction, Cardio and circulatory health, Improved athletic performance, Protection and recovery from injury.

Let our yoga classes help you find your way to a deeper mind body connection, while gaining strength and flexibility. Group and individual classes are available.


The Mountain Iron Bootcamp will consist of three intensity levels based off the client’s subjective and objective information provided to the coach or trainer to determine their level of physical fitness. All classes and all class types will be determined by the coach overseeing that activity. Schedules for classes will be released bi-weekly. The beginner classes will focus on cardiovascular and stabilization with the use of stabilization modalities and exercises such as the bosu ball balance, double legged squat with body weight and or free weight, and body weight push ups, just to name a few. The intermediate will focus on cardiovascular and strength training exercises with heavier weights, higher intensity, and lower rest periods. Some exercises will include the single legged squat with body weight or free weight, step up to lunges, battle rope exercises, and single arm shoulder presses. The advanced program will be more functional and specific exercises attributed to an athletic/military style training. 

Like the beginner and intermediate courses, the advanced classes will consist of many of the same workouts, but with different techniques, weights, intensity and rest intervals along with specialized perpetual heart exercises and strength based exercises. Examples include dumbbell deadlift, barbell bows, kettlebell exercises, and pull ups. These sessions will put physical demand on the body and will generate the highest output. All of our classes will be a bootcamp style high energy environment with maximum participation. Our members should expect to gain a higher level of physical fitness and social motivation. We encourage participation at all levels from beginner to advanced.

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