Before I share with you my philosophy on how I’ve helped thousands of women sculpt the body they’ve always dreamed of, let me get a few things out of the way about some other fitness methodologies that you may have read about or experienced yourself. Do you like yoga? Me too. I love Eastern-based yoga. I respect Pilates, too. I think Zumba classes rock. Swimming is great. Sports? Absolutely! P90X and Crossfit? Why not? And the ever-popular spinning classes that have waiting lists to get into class? I’m all for it. But can I tell you what I love more than all of these fitness methods put together? It’s simple…
I love using scientifically-proven fitness principles to get you the fastest results possible in the shortest amount of time.
Simply put, that’s our philosophy. (Well, there’s a lot more to it than that, but we’ll talk about it when I see you for a consultation.) In essence, you’ll work hard. You’ll work intensely. And you’ll be in and out the door in 45 minutes or less, twice a week. That’s it.
I love using scientifically-proven fitness principles to get you the fastest results possible in the shortest amount of time. Pete Hudson
Our philosophy didn’t come easily to us. It was painstakingly crafted over a period of 25 years to create efficient, fun, focused workouts specifically designed to torch your body fat by adding lean, metabolically active muscle – muscle that boosts your metabolism, changes the very shape of your body and leaves you with that long, lean look that every woman dreams about.
Marketing and sales people don’t like our philosophy much. They tell us to offer you three to four workouts per week so that you can spend more money than you need to and we can profit as a result. But for us, our integrity isn’t for sale. We’d rather have our integrity than just about anything in the world – other than watching you transform into the beautiful woman you are destined to be.
Two workouts. Twice per week. That’s it. Look out summer, cause here you come.
It is vain to do with more what can be done with less. William of Occam (c.1285-1349)