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You Are A Physical Being.
You Are Meant To Be Active.

Tacoma Strength is a community of people united in the common pursuit of living healthy active lives. Our members are athletes with jobs, parents, and people who want to make the most of their potential. We enjoy being challenged, learning new skills, encouraging and being encouraged by others.

The staff at Tacoma Strength designs our own training program to develop well-rounded fitness and then coaches daily group classes through the program. Every class is led by an experienced and dedicated coach. All you have to do is show up and do the work (and cheer for your mates). If you'd like to read in more detail about what we do, please see our About Us page.

To get started, you'll need to sign up for our Fitness 101 class which starts on the first Monday of each month.

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I Bought New Plates

This weekend I bought new plates. That may seem like an odd statement, but truthfully, It was time. Now, there wasn’t anything wrong with the original ones. They weren’t chipped, scratched or broken, and none were even missing. And to be honest, I really liked the old ones. But, the simple truth is they were just too big! This insight came after doing our Precision Nutrition online coaching program for awhile. See, if you’re doing your PN habits with any regularity, then most likely, your average American sized dinner plate, probably has a lot of unused space on it when you eat. If not, then take a look at your current eating habits and see if adding more blank space to your plate can fit into your daily practice. Remember: you can always go back for more food after your first plate is empty, and as long as you check in with yourself about whether you are truly hungry or not.

Women’s Nutrition Workshop

Performance & Summer Fun

Former Tacoma Strength gym member Brianne Pugh is returning from Bellingham to Tacoma to teach a one-day nutrition workshop. This free seminar is geared toward women who want to eat for performance while maintaining balance throughout not only the summer months but the year.

Workshop includes

UPDATED - 2017 Yoga In The Park

An all-day yoga festival benefitting Samdhana Karana Yoga (S.K.Y.), a non-profit yoga studio in downtown Tacoma.

This annual event is SKY's major fundraiser for the year, and the event begins at 10 am and concludes at 330pm. See the schedule of events here.

As a sponsor of this event, Tacoma Strength has 10 all-access passes to the event, including lunch, available to the first 10 people interested in making a donation ($45 suggested) to a great cause.

If you would like to attend this awesome summer event or to make a donation to SKY, please stop by the Front Desk or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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