VISION STATEMENT - To improve quality of life through the systematic implementation of sustainable, movement-based and lifestyle-oriented fitness concepts.
MISSION STATEMENT - Our primary objective is to provide members with a sustainable outlet for an improved quality of life through the promotion of both lifestyle accommodation and movement literacy to optimize performance and minimize injury risks. By considering the needs, capabilities, accessibility, and lifestyle of all members, we strive to promote longevity in the fitness sector.
Quality of Movement - High quality movement optimizes fitness results, reduces pain and injury risks, and eases activities of daily living.
Fun - Working out should feel like a hobby, not a chore. By implementing exercises and training parameters that you enjoy, you are more likely to stick to a plan long term.
Lifestyle accommodation - if you integrate fitness within the framework of your daily life, then you are more likely to adopt fitness as a permanent and tong standing part of your lifestyle.
Athlete - Regardless of your specific demographic, your activities of daily living demand athleticism. As a result, you will be pushed to your limit to reflect positive changes in performance.
Work Ethic - Fitness is your focus. On the exercise floor, keep the chatter down and prioritize what you walked in to accomplish - go beast mode!
Ego Check - You are not tougher than your bad back. Leave your ego at the door and prioritize good form.
Curating an environment that successfully accomplishes our mission using our core values requires the administration of policies and procedures. The following policies and procedures manual was designed, with your best interests in mind, to enhance your overall training experience at Grizzly Baird Fitness. The policies and procedures manual is regularly updated to meet Grizzly Baird Fitness's continually evolving standards of excellence.
By now, its no secret that getting results requires eating a certain way. You just simply cannot out train a bad diet, especially as you age and your metabolism changes. In my experiences as a personal trainer, I have learned that a large percentage of people just don’t know what to eat to get results. Sure, you probably already know that you need to keep your protein intake high and maintain a caloric deficit to lose weight, but you may not know necessarily fully understand which foods are high in fats, proteins, and carbs to get you the type of results that you crave... and the internet will 100% lie to you every time to push an agenda. For instance, advocates of plant based diets will tell you that nuts and legumes are a good source of protein, when they are primarily fats and carbs, respectively. And for that reason, I have created this document to clear the air, and provide insight into what to eat to build the body of your dreams. If you want specific information about how to determine your macros, then refer to my NUTRITION EDUCATION FOR BEGINNERS and MACROS AND MYFITNESSPAL documents! Enjoy!