Our programming brings a skill-based approach to exercise. In other words, technique comes first. By practicing the skills of fundamental human movement an increase in work capacity will result as a direct consequence. Conventional training tries to reverse engineer this equation. It pursues work ethic in hopes movement quality will naturally follow. Unfortunately, this is an ineffective strategy, ultimately leading to pain, injury, and burnout. Furthermore, by focusing on movement skills that are neither too easy or too difficult, we can use training as a means to flow (see definition of flow from positive psychology above).
At Flowstate we place high value on maintaining balance. Conventional fitness programs incorporate either hard practices (think HIIT or strength training) or soft practices (think yoga or meditation), but few combine them both. Flowstate is the rare exception. Our programming seamlessly integrates both soft and hard techniques. As a member of Flowstate, you will no longer need to spend money or time at multiple places to remain balanced both physically and mentally.