Photo Credit: Big thanks to the awesome Lisa Hepfer
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.Be Active. Get Started. Join Tacoma Strength.
Photo Credit: Dan McCormack
We are now accepting pre-orders for our Limited Edition 2017 Zip Hoodie with the new Tacoma Strength "Electric" Logo. Orders taken until Saturday, Dec 10. This is an American Apparel Zip Hoodie TRT497. A classic zip-up in a Tri-Blend Terry fabric blend (42%cotton - 50%poly - 8%rayon). It is ultra soft with a heathered look and is the same popular sweatshirt we ordered in Fall 2015! HOODY FABRIC COLOR: Vintage Blue PRINTING COLOR: Bright White lettering and design. SIZING: Unisex Sizes (XS to XL) FRONT DESIGN: Our Traditional TS logo BACK DESIGN: Our new TS “Electric” Logo PRICE: $40.00 plus tax
I would like to announce that we are going to be changing up our programming style. Dr. Jared Williamson DPT has been writing excellent programming for us for the past three years and we all have stronger glutes and cores to show for it. Jared is currently working hard on a PhD in between changing people’s lives over at the Hangar Clinic in Gig Harbor. After much thought, we’ve decided to shake things up a bit (in several ways, but we’ll just talk programming for now). I think you are all going to enjoy this, but it may take a few months to get a sense of the rhythm, so please give yourselves time to adjust. If you are someone who is interested in the particulars of how the program works or if you are prone to leaving anonymous comments about the programming without attempting to understand the reasoning, then please keep reading.
Mark your calendar for Saturday, October 22 as we hold the first unofficial Beer Mile at Tacoma Strength.