Educated, Expert Training Staff

Our team of Personal Trainers are not simply people who enjoy fitness. Rather, they are experts who hold degrees in exercise science with focused study in exercise physiology, biomechanics, motor learning, and nutrition. Additionally, they hold certifications from organizations including the American College of Sports Medicine, the gold standard in the field of exercise science. Clients come to Discover Strength to learn from and be pushed by our team of experts.

Efficient

We want to see you once, no more than twice per week. Our average workout is approximately 30 to 45 minutes. You’ll be working out from the time you walk in until the time you leave. Our approach yields far better results in far less time. The scientific research is very clear: For best results, strength train less, but strength train harder. You will not find a more efficient workout, guaranteed.

Evidence Based

Our entire fitness prescription is based on peer-reviewed scientific research. Rather than jump on the latest fitness fad or market-driven trend, we look at the scientific evidence to determine what will work best for you. This may not be a popular approach. But we’re more concerned with helping you produce great results than we are with being popular.

Strength Training Focus

We focus on strength training, specifically, we are experts in “Resistance Exercise.” In addition to improving muscle strength, we utilize Resistance Exercise as a means to dramatically improve all aspects of fitness. Resistance Exercise with Discover Strength encompasses improvements in body composition, fat loss, metabolism, muscle strength, muscle endurance, bone health, flexibility, cardiovascular health, injury prevention, athletic performance enhancement, and a host of mental/cognitive benefits.

Basics
1 The Importance of Eccentric Training 03:15
2 What Is Strength Training 01:55
3 How Many Reps 03:25
4 Machines Vs Freeweights 04:01
5 Training With Intensity 02:05
6 Strength Training Intensity For Females 02:42
7 RMR and Muscle Fatigue Large 02:31
8 PreExhaust 03:07
Upper Body
9 Bench Press 01:24
10 Pecfly: Super Slow Bench Press 05:08
11 DB Bench Press: MedBall Toss 01:42
12 Negative Only ChinUps 02:04
Shoulders
13 MR Shoulder Series 04:46
14 Lateral Raise Pre-Exhaust Shoulder Press 01:43
15 MR Front Raise Negative Only OverheadPress Plate Hold 06:17
Chest
16 PecFly (PreExhaust) Into ChestPress 04:36
17 Pec Fly ChestPress 02:47
18 Pec Fly Dip 06:58
19 MedBall Throws 01:38
20 Negative Only Chest Press 02:44
21 PushUps With Negatives 02:20
Back
22 Pullover Followed by Negative only (weighted) ChinUps 04:07
23 Wide Pulldown Over Head Press 04:28
24 Pullover (PreExaust) Wide Pulldown 04:40
25 Negative Only Wide Pulldown 01:46
26 Brutal Upper Back Series 05:00
Arms
27 Slow ChinUp Bicep Curl NegChin 05:20
28 Negative Only Bicep Curl 02:37
29 ChinUps_PushUps_NegChin 03:45
30 Dips 02:08
31 Strict Form Dip 01:25
32 Negative Dips 02:16
33 Manual Resistance Triceps_Negative Only Dips 03:32
Legs
34 SIT Training 01:28
35 Leg Extension 04:26
36 Leg Extension Treadmill Walk 03:39
37 Time Efficient Treadmill Workout 02:16
38 Walking Treadmill Hill Workout 00:52
39 Hit Hill 01:45
40 LegPress Negative Only Leg Extension 04:13
41 Leg Press Step Ups 03:11
42 Leg Extension Negative (PreExhaust) LegPress 04:25
43 Nasty Leg Combo 06:09
44 Pre-Marathon Pre-Exhaust Series 05:22
45 In-Season Strength Training For Distance Runner 03:01
Negative Workouts
46 Negative Only Workout 10:04

BrandonJonker Brandon Jonker Iconic Trainer/Director of Operations at DiscoverStrength

Certifications:

  • Iconic Trainer/Director of Operations
  • Bachelor of Arts in Health and Exercise Science from Gustavus Adolphus College
  • American College of Sports Medicine Certified Exercise Physiologist

Brandon began going to the weight room with some of his friends the summer after his 7th grade football season.  He realized that all of the best players on the varsity team lifted weights, and being a varsity football player was one of his biggest goals.  He began to lift weights religiously and noticed that as he got stronger, he excelled at the sports he was in.  Brandon was hooked from that moment on.  When he got to college, he loved the atmosphere of the football weight room.  He loved the indescribable feeling of working as hard as possible alongside his teammates with one common goal in mind. Brandon has always been amazed with what the human body can do and the level of abuse it can take.  He is passionate about strength training because it allows you to push these limits and show what you are truly made of.

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