in Pasadena and Echo Park
and virtual training in the privacy of your own home!
Because your strength matters now, more than ever…
Our personal training Pasadena and Echo Park clients mean everything to us at The Strength Shoppe. And the truth is your health and strength have never been more important. As we navigate the pandemic, your workouts don’t have to stop. In fact, you can still have the weekly support of your trainer and benefit from The Strength Shoppe’s uniquely effective training tailored to your needs– whether you choose to train at one of our clean, private studios or in the privacy of your own home! Keep your routine. Keep the support of your trainer. Cultivate your strength.
With our slow-motion strength training method, your muscles move the weights, not momentum. When you are not using momentum to lift the weights, you work your muscles to a deeper, more thorough level of muscle fatigue for a complete, total body workout in just 20 minutes!
Science shows that lifting weights slowly reduces the force on your joints and connective tissues. Working without momentum ensures you are always in control of the weight, eliminating risk of injury. Your body receives the maximum benefit of exercise when you safely work to muscle exhaustion.
Train with professional, highly experienced instructors who care. Our instructors are well-versed in working with individuals of all ages and can expertly design an effective, yet safe workout for anyone– even those who struggle with injuries and the most challenging medical conditions.
Now in Three Locations: Pasadena, Echo Park,
and via Facetime or Zoom in the Privacy of Your Own Home.
The Colonnade at 350 South Lake Avenue, Pasadena, CA 91101.
Echo Park / DTLA
305 Glendale Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90026.
Strength at Home
Created during the pandemic quarantine to keep our clients safe without sacrificing health, it’s become widely popular to those outside LA county.
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