Frequently Asked Questions

Your Questions – Answered

While we’ve done our best to answer the questions that we get asked the most, we understand you might be curious about something we haven’t covered. In that case, drop us a message below and we’ll get back to you asap. Until then, let’s see if we’ve already answered your question below!

Do you offer open gym time?

The short answer: no. At Force Performance, you’ll always be in the company of a coach in a 1:1 or group environment.

What amenities do you offer?

At our facility in St. Louis, we have more than just world-class gym equipment and studio space. We’ve got luxurious bathrooms, steam showers, and even a full recovery station – because we believe in resting and recovering just as hard as we train.

Who can join your gym and workout classes?

No matter your fitness level or goals, we have a class to challenge everyone. If you need a more personalized approach to grow closer to your fitness goals, you can count on your Force Coach to stand by your side every rep of the way.

What is the membership commitment?

We offer monthly gym memberships in St. Louis to be flexible enough for your needs and goals.

How does your cancellation policy work?

If you plan on leaving our community or taking a break, we understand and respect that – all we ask is that you let us know a month in advance. If you don’t, we’ll have no choice but to charge the next month’s payment in full. So, let us know in time, enjoy your break, and we’ll see you when you get back!

What is HIIT?

High-intensity interval training is a training protocol alternating short periods of intense or explosive anaerobic exercise with brief recovery periods until the point of exhaustion, which thereby relies on “the anaerobic energy releasing system almost maximally.

What is Tabata?

Tabata training breaks a workout down into clearly defined intervals – typically, 20 seconds of a push-it-to-the-limit exercise followed by 10 seconds of rest. “It will jump your heart rate up pretty quickly,” notes Lawton. Eight consecutive work-and-relax cycles go into a 4-minute round in Tabata.

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