LIFT CAMP is the methodology of LIFT training sessions, compressed into a boot-camp format. It’s very simple. Join us at SHIFT, Monday/Wednesday/Friday mornings from 6-7am.
The basis of human health is natural movement. Getting back to what’s natural heals movement ills. Breathing, stabilizing, crawling, running, skipping, jumping, sprinting, climbing, tumbling, engaging – essential human skills.
Improving performance and changing body-shape comes from strength and conditioning. Lifting, carrying, throwing, pushing, pulling, twisting, enduring – essential human skills.
The first step is making up your mind. Set your intention and have a passionate drive toward that intention.
If you think that you don’t have anything “serious” in your life to overcome or strive toward, you are wrong. You have:
If nothing else, find your complacency and make it your opponent. It will always be there, staring you in the face, telling you you’re “good enough.”
There is only one question needed for a full assessment: What are you capable of now? We find the answer quickly, then start training.
Buy and eat only foods that are grown within a 100-mile radius of where you live. Eat till you’re full and drink plenty of clean water. This “diet” saves the environment and your health at the same time. Don’t do it and it’s all your fault. We will blame you.
Train every day like your life depends on it. Because it does. If it doesn’t, then it isn’t worth doing.
The Rules of Training: Attend, focus, participate, recover. Go beyond what you thought possible. Do it often enough that it becomes habit.
LIFT CAMP is a bodyweight-first approach. Once proficient, we move to external loading.
“Cardio” improves through sustained effort. Strength improves with loaded movement. Movement ability improves with focused practice. Improved movement ability improves the ability to express strength…to move powerfully. The snake eats its own tail.
What was your best last time? Did you do better or worse this time than you did last time?
Don’t divert attentional focus from the actual training to track scores of meaningless statistics. We don’t care about photos or charts. Dedication to the program results in change – goals happen with or without pictures and graphs. We don’t care about “posture,” “flexibility,” or “range of motion.” They improve through training.
We care about progress. Each session. Every session.