PHYSICAL STRENGTH IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IN LIFE. THIS IS TRUE WHETHER WE WANT IT TO BE OR NOT.
"Exercising" Isn't Enough - Which is Why We Train
Make Rapid, Measurable Progress
Exercising is what people do at standard commercial gyms. It's moving for the sake of moving. If performed safely, it is better than being sedentary, but it does not result in long-term, continual progress.
Training is the process of organizing exercises and recovery into a system to make progress incrementally, on a predictable schedule. It's the opposite of random. It's measurable. It's planned. It's goal oriented.
We train for strength because getting strong improves every aspect of physical performance, including conditioning. And Starting Strength is the fastest way to get strong.
Starting Strength Works for Everyone, Every Time it is Applied Correctly
The Best Way to Do Starting Strength
See a World-Class Coach 3x/Week
Doing the program correctly means executing the lifts with perfect form, knowing which lifts to perform, how much weight to use, how much weight to add the next workout, and how to recover from each training session.
The best way to do Starting Strength is to see a coach in person, three times a week - and you can now do that for around $25 per session.
2943 W Anderson Ln, Austin, TX 78757
MEET OUR WORLD-CLASS COACHES
The Starting Strength Coach Credential is the Most Advanced in the Industry
Joyce is a Starting Strength Coach and owner of Starting Strength Austin. Joyce has been coaching in the fitness industry since 2003 and she owned Luke’s Barbell Club for 10 years (2009-2019). Her background as an athlete includes professional basketball, Olympic Weightlifting, Kettlebell Sport, Track and Field, and swimming. She has a Masters degree in Sport Psychology, and has helped hundreds of people of all ages and abilities get healthy and strong. She enjoys being a mentor for aspiring coaches, loves dogs, and the Texas heat.
Jarrod is a Starting Strength Coach at Starting Strength Austin with 6 years of experience in the fitness industry and has worked with clients of all ages and skill levels, from helping young men squat double bodyweight, to helping mother-in-laws stand up off the couch. Jarrod has a diverse competitive background, and has competed as a physique bodybuilder, football player, shot-putter, discus-thrower, and sprinter. Currently, he trains to compete in strengthlifting and is pursuing his nutrition certification.
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