IA Strength Core Values:
Being consistent with our workouts is the most important attribute. We want to continue to stack as many good days together as possible. With consistency we can grow the most robust base possible that enables us to be resilient to injury through training, volume, intensity, velocity, and mechanical changes.
Give your 100% today
We realize an athlete won’t be 100% every day, but we ask each athlete to leave outside matters at the door and give 100% of whatever they have. This not only teaches toughness, but intentionality in training as we want the best out of our athletes
Little Things Matter
It’s one thing to come in the weight room and workout, it’s another thing to train with laser focus. Everything matters from your RDL and dumbbell bench form to how you’re putting the weights backs and how to rooms looks when you leave. We teach and demand proper from on every movement we prescribe while also highlighting common mistakes. Athletes learn to work together as they workout in “rack groups” to help hold each other accountable on form and proper placement of equipment.
Take responsibility for your own development. Have a big event coming up? Injury that’s been nagging? Not happy with your body weight? Don’t know why we are doing a certain exercise? Just completely out of it for the day? Communication between athlete and coach is massive. Everything is adaptable while we always want what’s best for the athlete. Most misunderstandings come from a breakdown in communication.