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Inspired by the strength-training masters of the early 1900s, Nate Aye gets students into shape with lifting, gymnastics, and kettlebells, a regimen which prepared him for running the American Ninja Warrior course. He holds classes at 9 a.m and 6 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday, and 9 a.m. on Saturday.
Golden Age Strength Club
Nate Aye's life story is best organized by the form of exercise he was pursuing at any one point. In high school, he wrestled before joining the Marine Corps. After several tours of duty overseas, he came home and took up mixed martial arts. As he trained, he became fascinated by the stories of strong men from the past, who, without the aid of supplements or modern exercise science, performed feats of power that have yet to duplicated. So he studied their techniques and developed a program based upon their training tactics, which he now teaches at Golden Age Strength Club. In his classes, men and women work toward strong, lean bodies and improved athleticism, while actively supporting the community of dedicated exercisers around them.
Practicing his new methodology, Nate made it all the way to the Las Vegas finals for the 2012 American Ninja Warrior Contest. There, he swung from moving curtains, scaled perfectly smooth inverted walls, and broke a DVD of American Ninja in half just by looking at it.