Respect, dedication, and passion epitomizes the P4P team and the individually tailored focus in each person's development has enabled me to grow leaps and bounds as a fighter. The lessons they teach here transcends beyond Marital Arts and into day-to-day life and that to me, has been a truly humbling experience. The people are incredibly friendly and are equally committed in you as you are to yourself. It's certainly a unique and amazing experience! I'd definitely recommend the gym!
I joined P4P on a recommendation from a friend and couldn't be happier with my decision The facility is great and the coaching staff are amazing. Whether you are training to fight or training for fitness, the instructors/coaches will work on your level. It's a very friendly environment and everyone is willing to help you out if you are having difficulty. They also have classes during the day, which a lot of other gyms don't. Enough old things can't be said about this gym! If you are looking to join a gym, look no further than P4P.
I have been looking for the past 6 years for a great MMA gym since my old gym closed down, I have been practicing martial arts since 1995.
Pound 4 Pound is better than anything I have experienced. Everyone is super friendly and down to earth, most importantly everyone training at the gym is serious about it. You do not see any slackers or people that would rather be somewhere else, everyone is really dedicated.
The instructors are absolutely amazing and not only teach you how to preform a certain technique but why and when it is useful! I recently tried a BJJ class for my first time and the sensei pulled me aside and taught me the basic body movements. He explained these moves are the building blocks of BJJ and after a couple weeks I may have the opportunity to join in with the rest of the class. This is a prime example of what this gym is about; they want you to succeed. Having said that are always competitions and fighters from P4P traveling across north America competing and doing great! Really inspiring!
All my life I have worked out the way most people have by running on the treadmill and lifting weights. I never knew what a real workout was until I came to P4P morning fitness classes. 2 minutes doesn't sound like a long time but you don't realize how long it is until you do 2 minutes on the heavy bag or jumping rope or weight lifting. You cover it all: cardio, strength, balance, hand eye coordination and improving your core muscles and breathing. This is the toughest and the best work out I have ever done in my life and the results are certainly starting to come in! I have only been attending the classes for approximately 8 weeks now and I have noticed an overall improvement in my energy level, endurance and strength. Even after two days I am still feeling it in my muscles which is a great motivating feeling. P4P gives great instructions and makes the gym a place you want to come to. I do not dread going to P4P like I did other gyms. The people are friendly and the atmosphere is fun and very encouraging. Knowing nothing about MMA or boxing/kickboxing when I first started, P4P has made me feel comfortable, confident and motivated. They are very personable and supportive towards everyone's individual needs. There is never a dull workout, which makes you want to keep coming back for more. I recommend P4P morning fitness at P4P to everyone! As a nurse I believe that your most important asset in life is your health. Taking the time out of your busy day to go for a workout with P4P is definitely an excellent way to lose weight and stay healthy. Thanks P4P!
I didn't make it through my first fitness class at P4P. Out of shape, asthmatic, and generally ill, I was the worst case scenario for a trainer. Fast forward and not only do I make it through my sessions, but I haven't used my inhaler in weeks. I feel better, stronger, and sleep better! Even in a "group" setting, P4P makes me feel like I have my own personal trainer. They tailor the workout to my abilities, but still push me beyond what I thought I could do. My class is at 6:30am, a time when most people are just waking up; however the motivation to get out of bed comes from knowing that I'm heading to session that is worth waking up for. Now I can't imagine NOT waking up for my class.