I created MidStrong to be a resource to the countless folks entering, enjoying, or enduring their midlife decades who want to lose weight, look better, feel younger, and grow stronger.
Too many of us prioritize practically everything over our health and fitness. We work too much, sleep too little, eat poorly, and seldom get enough exercise. Too often our stress levels are redlining and we scuffle through life, week after week, under a burden of oppressive responsibilities and a crushing sense of overwhelm.
Even if we can find the time to exercise, what should we do? Or not do? How much, or how little?
Confusion. Frustration. Stagnation.
That invariably and inevitably leads to mounting health issues which become a slippery slope of one bad thing compounding another.
Pretty soon, our health is shot, our lives are a wreck, and we find ourselves feeling old and decrepit.
It doesn’t have to be like that.
MidStrong is the answer. It’s more than an gym or a workout program, we are redefining how fitness and nutrition is done.
The objective is comprehensive, usable fitness and a level of health that helps you look great and feel better than you did in your 20’s!
Our ultimate goal is to utilize that hard earned fitness to live our best lives possible. To do the things we’ve always dreamed of and to live our lives with passion and intention.
We’re building a thriving community of people committed to doing just that!
So join us, challenge yourself, and see how MidStrong can help you live your best life.
Functional Fitness Training
Our objective is comprehensive functional fitness that we can use to accomplish everything we need to in our day to day lives and all that we aspire to in our dreams. We want to put our hard earned fitness to good use making use!
We guide people to make simple, small changes that are sustainable. We know that everyone has different needs and goals, so that no one approach is right for everybody. We advocate for whole foods and balance in our diet.
Accountability & Habits
Knowing what we’re supposed to do and actually doing it are two completely separate needs. We’ve created a culture and framework that adds the critical element of accountability while gently assisting in the formation of healthy habits to sustain the positive change.