We’ve been rowing our way to changing bodies, minds & lives since 2013.

in doing so, we’ve established a “Fitness Foundation” with the goal to build a healthier community. 

 

Classes

 
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rip & row

A full-body strength workout combined with short bursts of intensity  that will chisel and tone every muscle. 

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medicine man

 This class delivers the ultimate full-body experience using medicine balls and free-weights during class.

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Elevation

Utilizing your own bodyweight, ELEVATION is a core-centric class, incorporating the body's own gravitational pull to give you the ultimate core workout.

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row 101

This class is the foundation for rowing. Perfect for those who have never been on a rower and are new members. We will take you through a series of skills and drills to enable you to become more powerful and efficient using proper technique and form.

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Ripped

The RIPPED class series focuses on specific muscle groups to gain strength and sculpt lean muscle. 

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HH Crew

Rowing as a crew, you will work together to achieve a synchronized stroke focused on form, stroke rate & split time.

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House of cards

Insipired from the Military's Navy Seals, House of Cards pays homage to the ulimate strength and conditioning workout utilizing all 52 cards in the deck, each card representing a different exercise.

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Six pack circuit

Get those chiseled abs with focus on strength and toning all angles of your core mixed with heart pumping cardio on the rowers to shred fat surrounding your middle. 

 
 

 

Why rowing?

Rowing uses 86% of your body’s muscle mass, providing a more efficient and effective full body workout.

Low Impact: Rowing is a seated activity, eliminating impact on the injury prone joints of the hips, knees and ankles.

High Caloric Burn: On average, rowing burns more than 2-3 times the amount of calories than other forms of cadriovascular exercise.

 

Press

"It's intense. It's challenging" — Kansas City Star

"It's a simple goal: looking & feeling your best. " — 41-Action News

"A welcoming environment with no commitment and positive support. " — KC Health & Wellness

"It’s hard not to love this cardio workout that requires both upper and lower body strength. Rowing benefits include high calorie burn, low impact, cardio endurance and a full body workout.. " — Garmin

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Questions?