Category Archives: Uncategorized

06th, 2017

Trainer Spotlight: Brian Adams

Posted by Brandon Bergeron in Uncategorized, November 06, 2017

What is your current training goal(s)? Lots of mobility. Working on getting hips and ankles better for knee health and better martial arts and soccer performance. And bench press. Cause it’s just fun. Why did you become a trainer? I’ve always loved athletics and seeing what the human body is capable. I love watching people create brain-body connections as they move better, get stronger, and become more confident in their own ability. It’s cool to watch people’s transformations not only physically but in the process of getting to know themselves! What is your training or sport background? I grew up playing soccer since I could walk and always loved playing whatever sports or physical games were happening. Also have been practicing […]

15th, 2017

Available for purchase until June 15. What you get: – 5 Group Classes – 2 One-on-One Sessions with a trainer – Access to 3 Nutrition Seminars (Saturdays 11:00-12:30: June 24, July 29, and August 26) With festival season slowing down for the summer, now is the time to get your fitness back on track with our strength + cardio group classes. You’ll also receive two one-on-one sessions with a trainer plus three nutrition seminars based on our Precision Nutrition coaching program! In each we’ll discuss both the science and behavior of nutrition, as well as provide you with actionable habits to adopt along the way. Click here to get started today!

19th, 2016

Stay on track during the holidays and commit to your fitness before January. We’re offering 50% off of our Starter Packs for new members. This includes 5 group classes and 2 one-on-one sessions with a trainer. Regularly $79 but we’re discounting to $39.50 for 48 hours only on Black Friday and Small Business Saturday.   Click here to open our Mindbody site and purchase the deal. Use promo code SHOPLOCAL at checkout to apply the discount. This is a great way to start at Cypress because you’ll get the energy and motivation from our group classes but also personal attention from one-on-one sessions to help you fast-track to your goals. Current members: email us directly to purchase for a friend. […]

12th, 2016

Kettlebell Fundamentals Seminar – Summer 2016

Posted by Brandon Bergeron in Uncategorized, July 12, 2016

Much of the kettlebell technique you typically see in commercial gyms and online is garbage! Our fundamentals seminar will teach you how to safely and effectively use kettlebells. In each seminar you’ll learn exercise technique and also do a short workout near the end of class. Upon completion of this seminar you will be eligible to attend our Monday night Advanced Strength & Conditioning class (aka “Kettlebell” class). Some of the benefits of kettlebell training include: – Improved strength – Incredible work capacity (strength endurance) – Enhanced athleticism – flexibility, coordination, balance etc. – Weight loss – Injury prevention – Mental toughness – Lean & functional muscle mass – Strengthening of the entire posterior chain – Core strength – Sport […]

03rd, 2016

Before & After: Six Week Summer Ready Challenge Wrap-Up

Posted by Brandon Bergeron in Uncategorized, July 03, 2016

Congrats to Fallon on her amazing transformation and winning the Six-Week Summer Ready Challenge! According to Fallon, her overall key to success was being prepared. “Having my lunches and dinners ready to go, as well as preparing healthy snacks made it a lot easier to stick to a regimen.” The group met once per week for six weeks. In each meeting we covered aspects of the Precision Nutrition approach to weight loss. The approach focuses on developing healthy habits that are sustainable, rather than a quick-fix diet based around eliminating entire food groups or cutting out carbs. The results are real fat-loss, not a bunch of water weight. Even better, because they’ve adopted these new habits the weight will stay off! […]

10th, 2015

First things first: this is not a restaurant review. It’s a non-judgmental nutrition analysis of a restaurant menu.  So let’s start by throwing out the words “good” and “bad” when talking about food.  In fact this is a good change to make in general with your relationship to food. When it comes to losing weight and maintaining a balanced, healthy body, look at food more in the light of  “cause and effect” instead of  “good or bad.”  Is the food you are eating (and drinks you are drinking) contributing positively to your body transformation goals or taking you in the opposite direction?  The reason we need to get rid of words like “good” and “bad” with respect to food is […]