Our Way, The HIT Way

Rock Solid Fitness of Florida bases all of our personal strength training programs on systems that are backed by research and evidence.  While most people ask themselves, “How much exercise can I tolerate, to be in the best shape I can  be in?”, we ask, “How little of exercise do I require to be in the best shape I can be in?”  The answer:  Not as much as you think.

The Rock Solid Fitness Personal Training Program may be quite different than anything you have done before, and will definitely be different than what you see practically every other trainer doing in the gym with their clients.  However, with our program, your  progress will be immediate, dramatic and continuous and the achievement of your goals will be virtually assured.

Co-Founder, Dave Durell, says it best:

“High-Intensity Training, also known as HIT, is a method of strength training that is characterized by brief, infrequent, but very intense workouts. Performed correctly, it produces dramatic increases in strength very quickly.

But to me, and many others who have experienced it, it means much more than just that – it means going all out, making a total commitment to the achievement of a goal, not holding back but pushing yourself to your real limit; not only on every set of every workout, but in all areas of your life. By applying and mastering this concept in your training, it becomes an attitude that spills over into every endeavor you choose to pursue.

It means accepting the responsibility of thinking for yourself – thinking critically, utilizing logic and reason, not blindly accepting things or merely going along with the crowd; and having the courage to stand up for what you believe in.

It means to train intensely, but also intelligently – to live intensely, but also intelligently. It means feeling the true satisfaction of putting in the physical and mental effort to take yourself from point A to point Z. It’s about developing a sense of mastery, which is central to all goal achievement.

High-Intensity Training builds not only your body, but also your mind and your soul.”

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