HIT vs All Other Methods

HIT vs. All Other Methods

Mission Monday Episode 1

The Perfect Workout’s mission is to revolutionize the way people exercise.

There are many reasons for why we do what we do, and how that approach is with your best interest in mind.

But first, we have a question...

If you are currently a part of The Perfect Workout family, exercising at one of our facilities, were you regularly exercising before starting with us? For those of you who don’t work out at The Perfect Workout — do YOU regularly exercise? The chances are that most people watching this will say “no.”

The US Department of Health and Human Services recommends exercising for 150 minutes per week, including two strength training workouts.  However, ONLY 20.6% of the population — about one in every five people — actually reach that goal on a consistent basis.

The vast majority of people don’t exercise

Regardless of the type of exercise you participate in, if you don’t do it consistently, you won’t reach your health and fitness goals.

Why don’t people stick to exercise?

The most commonly-cited reasons include a lack of time, convenience, and social support. What makes our approach so unique is that it provides all the health and fitness benefits people typically seek while solving for the common exercise barriers.

The Perfect Workout provides the results you’re seeking while not requiring a substantial amount of time. Just two 20-minute workouts per week is all the time you’ll need for exercise.

Also, the training is convenient. We write the workout, setup the equipment, and coach you through. All you need to do is show up and give your best effort. Finally, you’ll receive the support necessary to stick with the program, with every session being guided by your trainer.

You’ll have a guide there to help motivate and educate you along the way.

Speaking of results, most importantly, we do what we do because IT WORKS.

Studies that used similar approaches showed improvements in many health and fitness outcomes, such as strength, muscle growth, fat loss, overall health, artery function, blood pressure, blood sugar, cholesterol levels, and confidence.

We have endless testimonies from clients who achieved their goals.

Minimal time, convenience, support, and great results.

The Perfect Workout provides an approach that works AND that you can stick with.

If you would like to learn more about our method of strength training, read about our methodology. If you are new to The Perfect Workout, try a workout with us and start with a FREE Introductory Session.

  • Harris, C.D., Watson, K.B., Carlson, S.A., Fulton, J.E., & Dorn, J.M. (2011). Adult participation in aerobic and muscle-strengthening physical activities — United States, 2011. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 62(17), 326-330.  
  • Kinnafick, F.E., Ntoumani, C.T., & Duda, J.L. (2014). Physical activity adoption to adherence, lapse, and dropout: a self-determination theory perspective. Qualitative Health Research, 1-13.  
  • Larson, H.K., McFadden, K., McHugh, T.F., Berry, T.R., & Rodgers, W.M. (2018). When you don’t get what you want–and it’s really hard: exploring motivational contributions to exercise dropout. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 37, 59-66. 
  • Physical Activity Guidelines Committee. (2018). Physical activity guidelines advisory committee scientific report. US Department of Health and Human Services.
  • Preuss, S.R. (2020). Work-It Circuit: Improving Health, Fitness, and Self-Efficacy through a Worksite Exercise Program (Doctoral dissertation, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro).

HIT vs. All Other Methods

Mission Monday Episode 1

The Perfect Workout’s mission is to revolutionize the way people exercise.

There are many reasons for why we do what we do, and how that approach is with your best interest in mind.

But first, we have a question...

If you are currently a part of The Perfect Workout family, exercising at one of our facilities, were you regularly exercising before starting with us? For those of you who don’t work out at The Perfect Workout — do YOU regularly exercise? The chances are that most people watching this will say “no.”

The US Department of Health and Human Services recommends exercising for 150 minutes per week, including two strength training workouts.  However, ONLY 20.6% of the population — about one in every five people — actually reach that goal on a consistent basis.

The vast majority of people don’t exercise

Regardless of the type of exercise you participate in, if you don’t do it consistently, you won’t reach your health and fitness goals.

Why don’t people stick to exercise?

The most commonly-cited reasons include a lack of time, convenience, and social support. What makes our approach so unique is that it provides all the health and fitness benefits people typically seek while solving for the common exercise barriers.

The Perfect Workout provides the results you’re seeking while not requiring a substantial amount of time. Just two 20-minute workouts per week is all the time you’ll need for exercise.

Also, the training is convenient. We write the workout, setup the equipment, and coach you through. All you need to do is show up and give your best effort. Finally, you’ll receive the support necessary to stick with the program, with every session being guided by your trainer.

You’ll have a guide there to help motivate and educate you along the way.

Speaking of results, most importantly, we do what we do because IT WORKS.

Studies that used similar approaches showed improvements in many health and fitness outcomes, such as strength, muscle growth, fat loss, overall health, artery function, blood pressure, blood sugar, cholesterol levels, and confidence.

We have endless testimonies from clients who achieved their goals.

Minimal time, convenience, support, and great results.

The Perfect Workout provides an approach that works AND that you can stick with.

If you would like to learn more about our method of strength training, read about our methodology. If you are new to The Perfect Workout, try a workout with us and start with a FREE Introductory Session.

  • Harris, C.D., Watson, K.B., Carlson, S.A., Fulton, J.E., & Dorn, J.M. (2011). Adult participation in aerobic and muscle-strengthening physical activities — United States, 2011. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 62(17), 326-330.  
  • Kinnafick, F.E., Ntoumani, C.T., & Duda, J.L. (2014). Physical activity adoption to adherence, lapse, and dropout: a self-determination theory perspective. Qualitative Health Research, 1-13.  
  • Larson, H.K., McFadden, K., McHugh, T.F., Berry, T.R., & Rodgers, W.M. (2018). When you don’t get what you want–and it’s really hard: exploring motivational contributions to exercise dropout. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 37, 59-66. 
  • Physical Activity Guidelines Committee. (2018). Physical activity guidelines advisory committee scientific report. US Department of Health and Human Services.
  • Preuss, S.R. (2020). Work-It Circuit: Improving Health, Fitness, and Self-Efficacy through a Worksite Exercise Program (Doctoral dissertation, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro).

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