Small Business Highlight: Training for Warriors Doylestown
Training for Warriors Doylestown is owned by Mike. Mike had an interesting story of how he started working out and why he created a fitness establishment for everyone. They offer two week free trials or 30 day jump starter programs to help get people on track or back on track for that matter.
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How do you describe Training for Warriors in one word? Culture. Whatever your current fitness level, TFW can help you. Even though TFW once increased the performance and self-esteem of the world’s top athletes, anyone can benefit from the TFW system.
At TFW we believe you are a warrior too. TFW defines a warrior as anyone prepared to work hard, develop oneself and take on his or her particular challenges in life. The fun and exciting workouts of the TFW system are designed to help you develop the muscular strength and mental fortitude needed to take on those challenges and reach your fitness goals. Any gym can have equipment and offer workouts.
What separates the TFW system from other training programs is its culture. Although TFW encompasses signature warmups, speed training, strength training, endurance training, flexibility work and nutrition all based on a comprehensive evaluation process, the most important component of the system is its motivational approach and family environment. At TFW, we know if you don’t have fun and enjoy the training, you won’t do it. TFW is not designed as a sport or competition, but focuses on you competing against and bettering your body, mind and spirit.
If you want to grow you have to get comfortable being uncomfortable. We offer two week free trials or 30 day jump starter programs to help get people on track or back on track for that matter. Everybody can make you tired, but not everyone can make you better which we do through our monthly performance tests, comprehensive nutrition programming, daily motivational stories, Monthly In-body Composition Analysis, Strength Training, Metabolic Conditioning, weekly check-ins with coaches, accountability, and best of all RESULTS. It’s not about competition here, its about cooperation, and as we all know
“If you want to go fast; go alone, but if you want to go far; go together” – African Proverb