Structured, streamlined and comprehensive — our 55-minute STRENGTH* programme is set with progression in mind. Each 12-week cycle contains three blocks: Hypertrophy, Strength, and Power.
STRENGTH is split into designated Lower Body, Upper Body and Full Body days within the week, to target specific muscle groups for an all-round refinement. Rest times between sets may be longer — but more rest doesn’t mean less intense.
With different progressions specific to every level of training, each STRENGTH workout is 100% sustainable and scalable. Whether you’re dropping in for a single session or here for the full cycle, STRENGTH is your space to work on the basics, sharpen your lifts and smash those goals.
We train hard. And we train smart.
*Ego lifting not allowed.
UPPER BODY (Vertical/Horizontal)
UPPER BODY STRENGTH places a full focus on chest, shoulders, back and arms. Each week has two Upper Body STRENGTH days: Vertical and Horizontal.
UPPER BODY Vertical comprises of exercises that move weight vertically in the direction of the torso — think shoulder presses, pull ups, bicep curls, etc. UPPER BODY Horizontal involves moves that shift weight towards or away from your body — bench press, dumbbell flys, bent-over rows, push ups, and so on.
Regardless of whether you're here for one or both sessions each week, Upper Body STRENGTH is designed to be a balanced upper body workout that’ll weed out imbalances.
LOWER BODY (Squat/Deadlift)
LOWER BODY STRENGTH zones in on the quads, hamstrings, glutes and calves. Each week is split into two main movements: Squat and Deadlift.
LOWER BODY Squat begins with a squat movement pattern as the main lift, while LOWER BODY Deadlift begins with a deadlift movement pattern. Each workout is paired with accompanying accessories and a spicy finisher to assist in making new PRs and ensure all bases are covered.
If you’re looking to hit all major lower and upper body muscle groups in one session, Full Body STRENGTH is tailored to round out your regime. This workout combines upper body push and pull movements with squat and deadlift variations — perfect for adding some extra volume to your overall programme.