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12.03.2019 by Stephanie Karlovits

You think you know what you’re doing but I challenge that. Why do we require people to purchase and complete our Intro 3 prior to starting a membership with us? As someone who has spent the majority of my life in sport and fitness facilities, I knew I wanted to do something different when I opened EPIC Fitness in 2012. In order to make a ...

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Be A Forever Student

05.03.2019 by Stephanie Karlovits

Being a beginner, even when you think you’re doing okay, allows you to level up. But that can be tough. When we are so competent in our careers, are intellectual beings, and feel like we have our lives together (at least somewhat together), it’s really tough to be a beginner again. So many of the people who walk through our doors are incr...

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Your First Four Weeks at EPIC

26.02.2019 by Stephanie Karlovits

You only start something once. Even though you may have started and stopped another training or health regime (or you’ve started and stopped many training or health regimes), there’s nothing like the way we start you at EPIC Fitness. When you engage in Personal Training with us, the first four weeks really are special. We’re not like othe...

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Master These FAA Movements

19.02.2019 by Stephanie Karlovits

You move at top speed. Always. You’re ambitious and you find it nearly impossible to slow down. It’s a lot easier to amp yourself up. We understand. But this is why we introduce you to the Functional Anatomical Adaptation (FAA) phase when you start training with us. This phase is 12 hour sessions with a frequency of 2-3 sessions per week....

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What Supp? Our Supplemental Guide to the FAA Phase

12.02.2019 by Stephanie Karlovits

We take plenty of things into account when we are designing your periodization chart- including your nutrition. It may surprise some but you cannot get all of your required nutrients from food. Even for people who eat the recommended fruit and veggie servings, it is difficult to get in all the vitamins and minerals our bodies need. The tr...

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