Here at Human 2.0, we program our classes with the future in mind. Because we want you to be able to move well now and for many years to come, we teach sustainable, natural, and functional “movements” such as pushing, pulling, squatting, hanging, lifting, crawling, hopping, running, rotating, etc. In doing so, we develop all the components of a good fitness routine including cardiovascular conditioning, strength, mobility, and flexibility.
Our programming is also “weakness-based”, which means we target areas of the body that many people have trouble with – back, hips, knees, and shoulders. We’ve included classical elements of movement from the disciplines of Olympic Weightlifting, gymnastics, dance, and martial arts (among others), because we feel that they help to develop strength through a full range of motion, this being critical for injury mitigation.
Not sure you are ready to join our regular program? Perhaps you are a senior, a beginner to fitness, or someone with special considerations, then check out our “Masters Group” program which is geared toward participants who may find our regular classes a little too ambitious, but who are still looking for a challenging workout. Find out more about that here…
At Human 2.0, we take pride in offering the highest quality programming, our classes arranged such that participants get personal attention while still benefiting from a social dynamic. It is a hybrid system that is best described as a combination of regular group fitness and personal training.
It is our goal to maximize your ability to move and become more functional in your day-to-day activities. At all levels, we want you to stay active and remain injury free. We are here to make your life better, and we look forward to welcoming you to our extended family.
Interested? Contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone at (613)730-5483, or by just dropping by for a visit. If you’d like to see a little more of what we do, go to our Youtube channel and view playlist Human 2.0: Exercises we do!
You can also watch Coach Tyler Touchette in the video below talk about his philosophy of fitness, and what he brings to our facility.