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Modern Isometrics: The Best Way To Get Strong.

Strength training calls to mind bodybuilders pumping iron - grunting and sweating for hours in pursuit of big arms and bulging pecs.

Modern strength training is about doing just enough to stimulate improvement and getting on with your life.

Isometric exercise is the oldest, most productive and safest form of strength training. It does what we want it to without the hours of sweaty, grunting toil.

It’s easy to do:

Push, hold and release.

70-90 seconds per exercise.

7-8 exercises per training session.

15-minutes total per training session.

That’s all it takes.

If it took more, we’d do more.

But, it doesn’t.

We’ve modernized isometrics by computerizing  and quantifying them so you can see what you are doing in real time, and we can precisely measure what you do.

All guesswork is eliminated.

Progress is managed safely and effectively.

Regardless of your age, size, shape or athletic ability, Modern Isometrics can help you create in minutes all the health and quality of life improvements that traditional strength training requires hours to obtain.

Just 20-minutes a week is all it takes.

Sessions start at $35 each. A real value for private, one-on-one training.

And, the more committed you are, the less each session can be.

Call now for your FREE consultation and training session.
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