Foundation Fitness takes a holistic approach to health by developing personal wellness programs that incorporate nutrition, strength training, cardio, and massage. At all three locations, custom plans are kicked off with a fitness assessment based on the Polar Body Age system, which determines a physical body age and helps track personal goals throughout the program. After the assessment, clients join skilled trainers for one-on-one and small group sessions, as well as boot camps geared toward goals ranging from just toning up to bench pressing the moon. To further help guests down their results-driven paths, nutrition coaches step in to offer individualized eating plans, and massage therapists ease aches and facilitate greater range of motion.
Richard and Tiffany Santana have shared their lives and their passions with one another throughout their thirteen years of marriage. Though their mutual love of fitness eventually converged, it started differently for both of them. For Richard it began when he started coaching baseball. Tiffany caught the fitness bug on her high school powerlifting team. Together, they've created a haven for fitness enthusiasts with a variety of services includingboot camp.
For the experienced athlete, it's no problem to just walk into a gym and put together a day's workout. For someone still learning the ropes, a little support can go a long way. This is what you get at Foundation Fitness. Trainers start with an meet-n-greet to help you articulate your fitness goals and design workouts to accomplish them. From there, clients can choose to continue 1-on-1 training, transition to small-group training, or attend boot camp classes that include complimentary nutritional plans. FF's staff isn't intent on just cutting you loose after a workout, either: you can elect to stick around for a massage-therapy session that helps stretch and relax newly worked out muscles.