CHANGE iz FITNESS
Change iz Fitness was established on October 22, 2015. Change iz Fitness was established after the owner Fabian survived a suicide attempt where fitness was used as an outlet and an anchor for him to believe in himself. In addition, he had a soldier who couldn’t meet the minimum requirements for the army physical fitness test and after creating a structured training program and training with this young soldier for two months the soldier was able to pass the fitness test and also meet the body fat percent standards for the army. It was then that Fabian saw an opportunity to positively impact that lives of others, and several months later Change iz Fitness was founded.
The most important aspect of training, form is the thin line between results or injury, or in some cases a prevention from you looking like a fool during your workout(s).
The second pillar to the four pillars of training is control, which is the power to influence, direct, manage or move an object.
Consistency is the third pillar and shouldn’t be confused with repetition, as consistency in training lies within the techniques of exercising with the correct form and control every time – all the time.
Repetition is the final pillar in our four pillar training model and at Change iz Fitness it is referred to the thread that weaves the four pillars together.
Each client and member of Change iz Fitness is provided with an environment where they can wholeheartedly be their change. This is something that’s embedded in our community’s and company’s values. As a former soldier the army values were the foundation for Fabian and as such he adopted four of the seven army values that are now the value system for Change iz Fitness.
A strong feeling, or support, or allegiance to every member of our community.
Give due regards for the feelings, wishes, rights, or traditions of others.
Being honest and doing what’s right, legally and morally.
To face fear, danger or adversity.
We are more than fitness…more than just showing up for a few minutes and leaving. We are a community, we share stories, we talk, we laugh. We share and empathize in each others struggling moments and in this process we grow and become stronger together.