Rock Hard is the 409 Fitness program for men, which uses free weights as the primary exercise tool. Whether you want to bulk up, trim down, or gain the many general health benefits of resistance training, Rock Hard personal training for men can help accomplish those goals. No experience is necessary--we start at your current level. You will receive customized and progressively-challenging workouts, giving you the full experience of a boutique personal training studio from the comfort and convenience of your own home.
You will have full-body workouts scheduled with your trainer twice per week. All weights and equipment are provided!
What's standing between you and your health goals?
THIS PROGRAM IS PERFECT FOR:
OR BUSY DADS
MEN WHO FEEL SELF-CONSCIOUS IN A PUBLIC GYM SETTING
MEN WHO WANT TO BULK UP, OR GAIN STRENGTH & MUSCLE DEFINITION
MEN WHO WANT TO LOSE WEIGHT AND/OR TONE UP
MEN NEW TO EXERCISE OR WEIGHT LIFTING, OR THOSE WITH PHYSICAL LIMITATIONS
CURRENT ATHLETES TO ENHANCE PERFORMANCE
MEN LOOKING TO INCREASE FUNCTIONAL STRENGTH FOR DAILY LIVING
MEN LOOKING FOR STRESS RELIEF
MEN LOOKING TO BUILD CONFIDENCE
ROCK HARD: IN ACTION
High-intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is an optional addition to your program, typically after you have a solid foundation within your lifting routines (timing is person-specific, depending on experience, so please ask!). Elevate your heart rate even more during your workout by incorporating short, timed bursts of cardio exercises between your strength training sets. This is best accomplished during sessions of 45 or 60 minutes so we still have enough time to work all major muscle groups.
“After one month of personal training with 409 Fitness, my golf game has improved, which was one of my goals to achieve. I drive the ball noticeably farther than I had been, and after walking 18 holes, I am not winded or tired and am ready to play more holes."
"I was personal training with 409 Fitness to train for the physical fitness portion for my law enforcement testing. I was able to finish in the top quarter of participants overall."