About Us

Our Mission:

Our mission is to make you a better you. Everything you do in your life, each and every day will be amplified if you are living a health and fitness lifestyle.

Fitness is a lifestyle, a state of mind, a way of being. It shows up in the way you talk, walk, sleep, eat, work, play, relax, and treat others. The fitter a person is, the more that person is able to do the things that bring fun and joy to life–whether it’s climbing a mountain, hanging out at the beach, or playing with your children. Make the most of every moment. At No Regrets Strength & Conditioning We want you to feel great, look great, and live great!

Our Difference:

Get more results in less time! At No Regrets Strength & Conditioning, we train your body in a way that will make everything else you have ever tried seem like a waste of time!! You will be in and out in a hour, but you will have worked out not just harder, but smarter. All this in a fun and supportive environment!

There is just no need to spend countless hours on the treadmill, or pumping out weights for 2 hours a day. At No Regrets Strength & Conditioning we train smarter, using the best programs to reach each individual goal. At No Regrets Strength & Conditioning, we dont sell promises, we promise RESULTS!

Our Community:

At No Regrets Strength & Conditioning you have the option to train in a small group, or as an individual, working towards a common goal. Members support and push each other to achieve things you never though possible. We are a family. We share in not only each other’s struggles but also each other’s triumphs. The atmosphere of our gym cannot be found at anywhere. I am truly blessed to be surrounded by such GREAT people! This is at the heart of what makes No Regrets Strength & Conditioning tick, what helps people succeed in meeting their fitness goals, and what keeps them coming back for more. At No Regrets Strength & Conditioning, the door is always open. Come on in, meet goal oriented people just like you, train, train harder, succeed, celebrate!


We Ain’t Your Mamma…

Arrive on time…(10 minutes early is ON TIME) we reward tardiness with burpees  Attend Class… we have your number and know where you live!!! It is not above me to inquire, call, or search The EARTH to find out your whereabouts. We want to see you at the gym on a weekly basis! A workout may suck before and during, but you always feel better afterward. All you have to do is get your butt through the door and we take care of the rest. Set Up Your Equipment… we will help you scale weights and movements but it is your responsibility to get your weights, set up your station, and claim your workout real estate. Clean up after yourself… clean up equipment, sweat, spit, blood, chalk, dirt, vomit, handprints, and whatever else you’ve left behind. Chalk is useful, even necessary. It is also messy. Use as much as you need, but there is no need to chalk up to your elbows. Please keep the excess inside the chalk bucket. Treat Equipment with Respect… use it heavy and hard, but don’t abuse it. There is no need to throw down a 55lb overhead press!! Children… children are more than welcome to watch their parents train. We even hope to incorporate a kids program in the near future. However, we also want to keep kids and everyone else in our gym safe. Please make sure your kids stay off gym equipment and away from the weights.

Check Yourself… (Attitude)

Leave your Drama at the Door… emotional issues? Don’t bring that stuff into the gym. Use your hour at the gym to clear your mind and focus on training hard. No Regrets Strength & Conditioning is your sanctuary and we want you to leave each training session stronger mentally and physically. Leave your Ego at the Door… don’t allow your ego to get in the way of training. There is always room for improving and progressing. Remember, there is always someone out there bigger, faster, and stronger than you. Never Say, “I CAN’T”. This is a four-letter cuss word in our gym. Self-pity accomplishes nothing and will result in Burpees. You are the Athlete not the Coach… encouragement is expected…coaching other athletes is not accepted. We know that members have good intentions when they start giving coaching cues, but there is a big difference between “C’mon one more rep!” and “You need to… [insert coaching advice].” If you see something that looks unsafe, grab a trainer, that’s what we are here for!

Go Hard or Go Home…

A for Effort… effort is more important than any other attribute. Don’t be embarrassed or ashamed if you can’t lift as much or perform as well as other members. It doesn’t matter so long as you push the envelope each and every workout. No Excuses, Whining, Pouting… you’re allowed to cry before, during and after the workout just don’t act like a baby. Be Patient… accidents & injuries usually come as a result of impatience. Don’t be greedy. Slow down. Ask questions. Ask for help. Upward progression in strength, speed and ability WILL COME. Listen… we are the coaches and don’t want to see anyone get hurt or develop bad habits. We have been in your shoes and are looking out for your best interest and training progress. We are here to provide a safe and motivating environment designed for your success. Do not cheat. Do every rep, with solid technique, no matter the time it takes. You only cheat yourself of the opportunity to become a better athlete and person. There is no honor in cheating, what joy is there in a victory you didn’t earn? Have Fun… yes, you’re going to work harder than you thought possible. Yes, it’ll hurt. So what? Have fun with it. You will surpass your expectation if you keep a positive attitude.

More than a 1 Hour Miracle Pill…

Eat Right… training is only a part of living healthy. For optimal results you practice an optimal nutrition plan!. Alcohol… Party hard and you will be feeling it during your next workout. Please limit your drinking. Sleep… Sleep is like an express train for recovery (Not that I would know, but..). A good night’s sleep will give you more energy, reduce injury, and accelerate recovery. Take Rest Days… These are essential. Please no 12 days straight of training. CrossFit is considered HIIT(HIGH INTENSITY Interval training). Rest to allow muscle recovery, prevent injury, and keep the intensity high during training.

Gym Etiquette…

Introduce Yourself… there is no better feeling than entering a CrossFit gym and having existing members introduce themselves. Please introduce yourself to any new athlete and new athletes introduce yourselves to our members. No Regrets Strength & Conditioning is more than just a gym. It’s a community. Dress Code… don’t worry about how you look. Worry about how you perform. This is a casual gym: no shirt, no shoes, no worries. Be Loud… we are respectful but we are not silent. During your training yell, grunt, scream, sweat, bleed, etc. You will too. Stick around after class and cheer, motivate and push your fellow athletes. There is such a thing as gentle, quiet strength, but most of us haven’t mastered that yet. Also remember that there can be such a thing as too loud, crass, gross, or rude – common sense rule applies, please be respectful. Brag Tell your family and friends… tell them how you’re getting in the best shape of your life. You’re having fun. You’re doing things you never thought possible. Be proud!