A distinctive feature of our tribestrength® method is the high value we place on the psychological component. We see training as a process for cultivating discipline and fortitude; we want to help clients deepen their emotional and mental resilience as part of their physical strength journey.
Essential tools like the barbell and kettlebell, and fundamental movements like the deadlift and kettlebell get-up, are a means to engage challenge and experience adversity, test yourself, and become stronger in heart and mind as well as body.
We believe that by engaging adversity in this learning process we improve your capacity for both physical strength and mental toughness. Our premise for success is four-fold: accountability to your word; mastery of fundamental physical movements; attention to clean eating; excellence of effort.
In the simplest terms we advocate this incentive: “Get it done now because you aren’t going to live forever.” – Mark Twight.