Let’s change the world of fitness together!Have you ever wondered, when you walk into your local corporate gymnasium, what all those machines are for? How about all those spinning hamster wheels and fixed cardio machines perched in front of t.v.’s?
Well, we’re here to tell you that working out doesn’t have to be spent waiting for the next machine and moving in straight lines! Working out can be fun and playful, using primarily just your own body weight and some basic tools.
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Learn more about John Austin Foster, the creator of Life Warrior.
LW Note: Right now, we are only offering our personal coaching program in Littleton, Co.
Currently, we are searching for a larger space in Denver for our vision of Warrior Fitness, where we will conduct fun, minimalist full body classes with awesome toys such as rings, cliffhanger bars, climbing ropes, climbing walls, kb’s, Jungle Gym XT’s, medicine balls, battling ropes, and much, much more. Please let us know if you are interested.
The heavy expensive machines in your local gymnasium are serving the purpose of a singular goal -to isolate muscles. However, they fail to build the full body strength that humans really need. The reality is that very little equipment is needed to obtain an optimal health regimen and as new studies come out from some major universities, we are starting to realize that the very shoes on your feet may not be benefiting you.
The leading trends in today’s health and fitness industry are bringing us back to how we used to move, back when we had to be fit to survive, long before gyms ever existed. Over the eons of human evolution, we never once moved an isolated weight in an isolated range of motion. We built living spaces, chopped wood, climbed trees and ran from predators, using all our muscles, together.
So why do we think that we can combat all of this evolution in a mere 40 years? And why would we want to? It was out of the bodybuilding culture of the 1970’s that gave us today’s oversized workout machines, and it wasn’t until 1972 that Nike developed the modern day running shoe.
At Life Warrior, we’re going to teach you how to establish a minimalist training routine that is playful, full body oriented, and fun. We believe that a warrior doesn’t even need a gym to get in shape. We’ll show you how to get the same workout in our studio or at your local park. Join our mailing list and learn more about when the fun begins!