STRONG FAQ

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THE STUDIO

What should I bring to class?
You must have grip socks and a sweat towel. We’re an environmentally-conscious studio and don’t provide plastic cups, so bring your own water bottle.
How early should I arrive to class?

First time getting STRONG? Arrive 15 minutes early so we can show you around the studio. Been here before? Arrive five minutes before class. If you’re late, your spot may be given to someone on the waitlist.

How many Rowformer beds in class?

Each STRONG studio has between 15-20 Rowformer beds. Hit up your studio of choice to confirm.

Can I bring my mobile phone to class?
Leave it in your locker while you sweat in class. Proud of what you’ve achieved? So are we. Grab a picture in front of our photo wall after class to show it off.

THE WORKOUT

What is a STRONG Class?
Sweat. Shake. Leave strong. Our 45-minute classic combination rowformer class includes light and heavy resistance strength work for a full-body, STRONG signature workout. Pilates inspired to work your upper body, back, legs, glutes, obliques and abs. Cardio infused with a handful of rowing intervals to get your heart rate up.

The STRONG workout is unlike anything you’ve done before. Our Rowformer combines resistance training with cardio HIIT training. Our classes combine strong controlled movements (slow twitch muscle fiber activation that helps build endurance) and bursts of fast movement (fast twitch fiber activation that promotes speed and power).

Add cardio HIIT training with rowing and you have a unique, challenging way to workout. Plus, with little to no impact on your joints, it’s one of the safest and most efficient ways to train.

How is a STRONG class on the Rowformer different to Pilates and Lagree?
The STRONG workout is unlike anything you’ve done before. Our Rowformer is the first machine to combine resistance training with cardio HIIT training. Our classes combine strong controlled movements (slow twitch muscle fibre activation that helps build endurance) and bursts of fast movement (fast twitch fibre activation that promotes speed and power).

Add cardio HIIT training with rowing and you have a unique, challenging way to workout. For a new kind of strong. Plus, with little to no impact on your joints, it’s one of the safest and most efficient ways to train.

How many times should I come per week?

Three classes per week to get the most benefits of the STRONG workout. Or five, if you’re nuts (about us). Our classes leave little to no impact on the joints so you can come as often as you like. But every body is different. It’s important to do what feels good for yours and what it responds to best.

Do you have a beginner class?
While all fitness levels are welcome in each class, some studios elect to offer an additional Beginner’s Program. Please contact your local studio to find out more. 

Is this class going to be hard?

The hardest thing you’ll do all week. The best thing, too. Our classes are intense. But don’t sweat it. Yet. Our STRONG trainers can adjust the intensity to your needs.

Don’t beat yourself up if you don’t get it on the first go. Enjoy the beats, embrace the challenge, and give yourself a couple of weeks to get to know the exercises and flow of the classes.

MEMBERSHIP AND CLASS PACKS

Do you have an introductory offer?

Try our STRONG Experience or take an Intro Class.

Contact your local studio to discuss pricing and scheduling in for a class Then we’ll see you back for more.

How do I book into class?
Please book in through the STRONG App. You can find all our class packs and membership options here too.
How do I become a STRONG member?
Make gains, friends, or both. Pick and choose your membership options through the STRONG app or contact your studio of choice.

OTHER THINGS TO KNOW

Can I leave my kids, pets or other items in the waiting area?
STRONG will help you get more out of your workout, more out of your week and more out of your life. Unfortunately, that doesn’t include child-minding at this time.

We will not take responsibility for any items lost or stolen when left in the waiting area. Please use the lockers provided to store your things during class.