TJ’s Gym Workouts for the Week 06/18/2018

WORKOUTS FOR THE WEEK


Monday – 06-18-2018

Tuesday 06-19-2018

Wednesday 06-20-2018

Strength – Wednesday 06-20-2018

Thursday 06-21-2018

Friday-06-22-2018

Saturday 06-23-2018

Sunday – 06-24-2018

Barbell Club – Sunday 06-24-2018

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TJ’s Gym Weekly News 06/11/2018

 


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TJ’s Gym Mill Valley at sunrise, taken by TJ’s photographer, Amy Perl, showing off our awesome new sign.

WEEKLY NEWS FROM TJ’s GYM

Message from TJ:

What I Learned After being Booze-Free for 90 Days,

This whole cockamamie idea started on Feb 27th.  It was the Monday after my birthday.  I was looking to challenge myself in some way, because I ask people to challenge themselves all the time as part of my job.  Having something to push against for the short term is always motivating. I was having a beer or two each night, and, to be honest, I was perfectly happy with that arrangement. Yes, I was a little softer around the middle than I liked, but I needed to get uncomfortable for empathy’s sake, you know, for my clients. So away I went, and it wasn’t easy.  My plan was to take a week off of alcohol, but when it became tougher than I thought it would, I decided that a month would be better. By the end of the week and lots of pacing around between 7 and 9pm, I realized that I needed it to be tougher.

Alcoholism in an Irish Catholic family is seen more as a quirky personality trait rather than an actual problem. It isn’t until you leave the nest and start exploring the world that you see how destructive it can be, or was, or, more likely, both. I’m not writing an after-school special here, I’m just setting the table.

Maybe it’s because our girls are now teenagers, and maybe it’s because I’m the age now that my family members were when stuff went off the rails for them, but it felt like the right time to take a look at this “ritual” I had every night.

So, I stopped, and as I said, it was tougher than I thought it would be.  Here are a few things that happened during my three booze-free months.

-I went to bed earlier.  Mostly because I got antsy.  This obviously led to more sleep, which has its own rewards.

-I also quit crap. No sugar or other junk. Chips were hard, and my peanut butter intake was ridiculous, but my cravings eventually went away.

-I lost weight because of all this. Not really weight, actually. It was bodyfat. My weight started at 222 pounds and went down to 210 over six weeks and then back up slowly to 216 pounds, but my soft belly got less soft.

-And that’s because I worked out more. I don’t know why, but two weeks after I quit the booze, I made a decision to own the 7am hour.  I moved clients around and was able to make it law that I would work out M-F at 7am, no matter what. I only missed 2 days in those 9 weeks. Normally, I work out or try to work out between 12-3pm and that works about 50% of the time. Why couldn’t I make this decision before I quit booze?  Did the quitting make a difference in this decision?  I’m not sure, but I know it happened.

-I stopped having to clear my throat for the first two hours of every day.

-My floaters in my peripheral vision went away.

-My desire to nap went away, mostly.

-4 or 5 different days I woke up feeling hungover. Head hurt, lethargic, felt like crap. I realized that sometimes you wake up feeling shitty without alcohol. Who knew?

But here is the honest truth. I didn’t really notice much of a change.  If there was much change, it was very slow and very subtle. Now let me tell you about being back on the booze for 8 days or as I call it, breaking the beerfast. In the past 8 days, I have had 10 beers total.

-My first night after having my first beer I completely soaked the sheets in sweat, woke up, wide awake at 3am and couldn’t get back to sleep.  Not trying to be dramatic here, just honest.

-My floaters are back.

-I am always “hot” when I sleep.  Sometimes this is a full sweat.

-During the beerfast, I got into a habit of eating one or two meals per day. The first meal was usually around 11am, but sometimes I pushed all the way to four or five and had one meal, no problem. Why I am trying this is for a different blog post, but it was an experiment. Post beerfast, I am absolutely ravenous by 9am and can’t think straight.

-My 2-pack is gone. I somehow grew one over the beerfast and it seems to have gone away.

-I had ice cream once, because I wanted it.  Haven’t craved it since, so that’s a win.

-Workouts are exponentially harder. Anything that requires capacity like unbroken Wallballs or Burpees or high RPM on the rowing machine or Airdyne kill me. I have to take more and longer breaks during the conditioning. Strength is still the same.

-My throat clearing isn’t back ,but I’ve had to blow my nose a number of times every morning. Allergy coincidence?  Maybe, but it seems weird.

-Weight is the same, but I definitely feel fluffy.

-I’m definitely more “tired.”

So, there you have it. Everyone has been asking me what I’m going to do next. Honestly, I don’t know. I’m not digging these side effects , and, unfortunately, the slippery slope of wanting that beer at 7pm has come back full-tilt boogie. That’s probably not good. I will continue to keep you guys updated. Feel free to ask me about any of this if you see me.  I’d love to give you advice if you want it, but it’s a different journey for everyone. Quitting booze is a good thing. I’m not sure anyone can argue with that.

I hope this was helpful.  Good luck!

~TJ


ANNOUNCEMENTS


New TJ’s Gym Tanks are coming!  Order closes June 14th!

New TJ’s Gym Tanks just in time for Summer! Order your tank by June 12th HERE for women and HERE for men. The tanks will be delivered to your home gym the week of June 26th. There are multiple colors on the site, so be sure to check them out! We will NOT be ordering any extras, so be sure to order what you want now!

 



Summer Leadership Academy

We are SUPER excited to announce our first-annual Summer Leadership Academy for Teens at TJ’s Gyms. Spearheaded and run by TJ, himself, this week-long program for ages 15-17 will include fitness and nutrition education, workouts, and deep exploration of topics related to the development of leadership skills, personal “branding,” and life success. We will have guest speakers of all ages across disciplines to address entrepreneurship, social media use, networking, confidence-building, etc.

This is a great opportunity for your teen to grow in just one week’s time! Spaces are limited to eight teens, so we suggest registering right away if you’re interested. Email allison@tjsgym.com with program questions. To register, email jessica@tjsgym.com.



TJ’s Gym Lifestyle & Accountability Program (LAP) is now an ONGOING Offering!

$250 for the first 6 weeks of working closely with TJ. Then sort out a plan that works for you! 

This program has become quite popular. TJ has FOUR spots available for next month, so act quickly!

Change your life NOW. WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? Want to change your life? Our 6-week program with TJ is a great jump start.  You can start any time. Over the course of the first six weeks of your journey, you will work closely with TJ to get yourself on track to actually achieving some of your most important goals. After the six weeks, you’ll have an opportunity to continue with the next level of the program, or go on your way with the tools and plans you’ve created.
Email Jessica@tjsgym.com to register TODAY!

SOCCER CLINIC BENEFITTING KIDS WITH CANCER!

The next Juggling for Jude soccer clinic benefitting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital will be Saturday, June 30th at Redwood’s Ghilotti field. This is a GREAT opportunity for players ages 7-14 to learn new ball-control, dribbling, juggling and other skills for soccer prowess from some fantastic professional coaches. 100% of registration fees go directly to support the lifesaving mission of St. Jude. Win, win! Email allison@tjsgym.com with questions or to register, and please share with soccer families you know!

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Now that school is out, sign up your Teen/Tween for some SUMMER FITNESS!

Session Dates (8 weeks):  05/07 – 06/30*
*No class Monday, May 28th.
Session Prices
$160 (one class per week)*
$280 (two classes per week)*
$395 (three classes per week)*
We also have monthly options available for our year-round members.
Spring Schedule
*Corte Madera – Monday/Wednesday (12 – 16) 4 pm
*Mill Valley – Tuesday/Thursday (12 – 16) 4 pm
*Corte Madera -Tuesday/Thursday (10 – 13) 4:30 pm
*Mill Valley – Wednesday 4:30 (12 – 16) – Girls only class
*Corte Madera – Saturday (12 – 16) 11 am
*San Rafael – Monday (11 – 16) 4:30 pm
*Classes expire at the end of the session. Make-ups can happen as needed throughout the session.Please share with anyone who might be interested in joining!
Email jessica@tjsgym.com to register.

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TJ’s Gym Workouts for the Week 06/11/2018

WORKOUTS FOR THE WEEK


Monday – 06-11-2018

Tuesday 06-12-2018

Wednesday 06-13-2018

Strength – Wednesday 06-13-2018

Thursday 06-14-2018

Friday-06-15-2018

Saturday 06-16-2018

Sunday – 06-17-2018

Barbell Club – Sunday 06-17-2018

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TJ’s Gym Workouts for the Week 06/04/2018

WORKOUTS FOR THE WEEK


Monday – 06-04-018

Tuesday 06-05-2018

Wednesday 06-06-2018

Strength – Wednesday 06-06-2018

Thursday 06-07-2018

Friday-06-08-2018

Saturday 06-09-2018

Sunday – 06-10-2018

Barbell Club – Sunday 06-10-2018

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TJ’s Gym Weekly News 05/31/2018

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We’re excited to welcome new coach, Griff Gardner, to our staff! Griff brings years of coaching and fitness experience to TJ’s, and he will be an asset to our community.  With his extensive military background, he’s not afraid of the gigantic teens we have in Mill Valley, so that’s a bonus. Please welcome Griff when you see him in the gyms!


WEEKLY NEWS FROM TJ’s GYM

Message from TJ:

Part 3:  What the Hell Happened?
Dramatic title right?
Here is a brief history of how coronary heart disease and the myth of cholesterol almost killed us all. Once again, I give all the credit to Gary Taubes and his book, Good Calories, Bad Calories, for introducing me to this information. I have read many parts of his book multiple times, but his take on the evils of sugar caused me to delve deeper into the subject. Taubes can be a bit abrasive with his hate of the sugar industry. Let’s be honest, he’s trying to sell a book, but damn, it’s hard to not agree with what he lays out, especially after doing a whole bunch of fact-finding. For an easier read of the same topics, Taubes also wrote Why We are Fat.
When you pull up Ancel Keys in Wikipedia, you will read about an impressive man. He was a physiologist who dedicated his life to finding out how diets affect our health, from 1930 till his death in 2004. He was incredibly well educated and motivated. He climbed through the ranks of experts in nutrition by obsessively running studies upon studies to uncover the truth about the food we were eating. His Seven Countries Study supported his theory that people in the wealthiest nations died of heart disease and that heart disease was caused by high cholesterol and high-fat diets. He proclaimed that dietary “saturated,” or animal fat, was evil, and that people living in other nations who ate a lower-fat diet or one with “unsaturated” fats, like vegetable oil, did not die at such a high rate of heart disease, nor was high cholesterol a problem.  Keys was also the father of “The Mediterranean Diet.”
This work propelled Keys to the front page of Time Magazine, and he quickly became our country’s leading expert in the field. He was also funded by “Big Sugar.” Look, to this day, scientists take money from many sources to find out the “truth,” and I don’t actually fault Keys for doing that. It’s the subsequent misuse of his data by various industries for profit, as well as our government for its agenda, that is most disturbing. Yes, I’m simplifying this story and going for broad strokes, because it’s a blog post.
In 1954, Keys and a colleague, Dr. White (a leading cardiologist), presented his findings to 1200 of the world’s leading doctors and specialists in internal medicine. A national conversation was started.A year later, President Eisenhower had a heart attack. Dr. White was flown in to care for Eisenhower, and he proclaimed that a diet of red meat and butter had caused our dear president to suffer from the serial killer known as “High Cholesterol.”  Eisenhower smoked four packs of cigarettes per day.  He was put on a low-fat diet. He went on to have three more heart attacks before he died. But this was the perfect event for the low-fat/franken-fat/big-sugar machine.
Wesson and General Mills started the publicity wheels spinning. They vilified dietary or saturated fat through an ad campaign for which they hired Hollywood mogul, Samuel P Mayer. Egg and butter consumption in the US dropped 30% over the next ten years.
The message was that we should pretty much run to the grocery store and grab ourselves a gallon or two of vegetable oil. It’s safe, it’s your friend. Money from the oil and sugar industry began flooding in to the American Heart Association and American Medical Association. Dr. Jean Mayer of Tufts University even said that a cup of corn oil per day would prevent heart disease.  Wha…..?
By the mid-70’s, the anti-fat message was so strong that the sugar industry didn’t even have to do much of anything but keep chugging along. See what I did there? Their contribution of a million bucks to Harvard’s School of Nutrition was gladly accepted, thank you very much. Now we have smart guys doing research for us. Ka-ching!
George McGovern had a Congressional committee from 1968-1977. The committee was concerned with hunger in the U.S., and it generated a report called Dietary Goals for Americans, which basically said, among other things, that sugar was a little scary. The AMA didn’t like that and felt that such guidelines should be handled by the National Research Council/Institute of Medicine (fun fact:  president of IOM, Victor Dzau, was a board member of, and is a large shareholder in, PepsiCo). The end result was that the congressional report was completely watered down, and the “sugar-is-dangerous” parts were basically removed.
In the 80’s there was a confluence of events: School lunch programs were cut, and big soda stepped in to cover the costs, as long as soda machines were allowed on campuses.  C. Everett Coop, then Surgeon General )with the epic neck beard,) agreed with the large number of health and nutrition “agencies” that had appeared over the previous ten years (funded by big soda and big frankenfat companies). They all agreed that study after study supported the idea that a low-fat diet was best for Americans. Finally, the Food Pyramid was created with the “help” of these agencies and was launched by Coop, himself. There were plenty of sugar opponents back then screaming as loud as they could, but people like Dr. Atkins were easily dismissed as quacks by the big sugar war machine.  When AIDS showed up, it was perfect timing for junk food. The government was way too busy to deal with this stuff any longer.
Sugar and wheat are serious business and basically two of the only products we export to other countries. We are the world leaders in the sugar/wheat business, and that means money.  Money means you can afford policy change or protection of policy.  We all know this. But the truth eventually comes out. When Taubes blew the whistle, the the war machine went to work.  They  threatened him, discredited him, and poured money into things like the “Gatorade Science Institute” to gather more data to support their side, with titles like these:
Calories in vs. Calories out.
A Calorie is just a Calorie.
You can outwork a bad diet.
10,000 Steps Per Day.
“Latest data/research/experts say that……..sugar isn’t thaaat bad for you.”
But Taubes kept at it. Banging the drum, writing books, doing interviews, filming Youtube videos, and playing the game THEIR way. By playing THEIR game I mean that he found money to fund HIS message. Big money from the Arnold Foundation. A hedge fund manager who has pledged to give away his billions by the time he dies to causes his foundation deems worthy.  Money vs. money with us caught in the middle. Sigh.
So why listen to me? Well for starters, I admit I screwed up. I have my own data to show how I got fat and unhealthy and then changed, and how I’ve helped a whole lot of other people do the same. Now, hopefully you feel a little more educated about the history of it all.  As always, I look forward to talking about this stuff with anyone who’s interested.
Next week, what I learned from not drinking alcohol over the past three months.

Go Warriors!

~TJ


ANNOUNCEMENTS


New TJ’s Gym Tanks are coming!  Order Today!

New TJ’s Gym Tanks just in time for Summer! Order your tank by June 12th HERE for women and HERE for men. The tanks will be delivered to your home gym the week of June 26th. There are multiple colors on the site, so be sure to check them out! We will NOT be ordering any extras, so be sure to order what you want now!

 



Summer Leadership Academy

We are SUPER excited to announce our first-annual Summer Leadership Academy for Teens at TJ’s Gyms. Spearheaded and run by TJ, himself, this week-long program for ages 15-17 will include fitness and nutrition education, workouts, and deep exploration of topics related to the development of leadership skills, personal “branding,” and life success. We will have guest speakers of all ages across disciplines to address entrepreneurship, social media use, networking, confidence-building, etc.

This is a great opportunity for your teen to grow in just one week’s time! Spaces are limited to eight teens, so we suggest registering right away if you’re interested. Email allison@tjsgym.com with program questions. To register, email jessica@tjsgym.com.



TJ’s Gym Lifestyle & Accountability Program (LAP) is now an ONGOING Offering!

$250 for the first 6 weeks of working closely with TJ. Then sort out a plan that works for you! 

This program has become quite popular. TJ has FOUR spots available for next month, so act quickly!

Change your life NOW. WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? Want to change your life? Our 6-week program with TJ is a great jump start.  You can start any time. Over the course of the first six weeks of your journey, you will work closely with TJ to get yourself on track to actually achieving some of your most important goals. After the six weeks, you’ll have an opportunity to continue with the next level of the program, or go on your way with the tools and plans you’ve created.
Email Jessica@tjsgym.com to register TODAY!

SOCCER CLINIC BENEFITTING KIDS WITH CANCER!

The next Juggling for Jude soccer clinic benefitting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital will be Saturday, June 30th at Redwood’s Ghilotti field. This is a GREAT opportunity for players ages 7-14 to learn new ball-control, dribbling, juggling and other skills for soccer prowess from some fantastic professional coaches. 100% of registration fees go directly to support the lifesaving mission of St. Jude. Win, win! Email allison@tjsgym.com with questions or to register, and please share with soccer families you know!

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Congrats to San Rafael OG, Mike Taylor, on winning a free TJ’s t-shirt in our Memorial Day Weekend use-your-fitness-in-a-TJ’s Gym-apparel-item contest! Below is Mike in a NorCal Masters t-shirt using his fitness to do yard work like a boss. Woohoo!

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NEW Teen/Tween Session Started Monday, May 7th.

There’s still time to hop on in!

Session Dates (8 weeks):  05/07 – 06/30*
*No class Monday, May 28th.
Session Prices
$160 (one class per week)*
$280 (two classes per week)*
$395 (three classes per week)*
We also have monthly options available for our year-round members.
Spring Schedule
*Corte Madera – Monday/Wednesday (12 – 16) 4 pm
*Mill Valley – Tuesday/Thursday (12 – 16) 4 pm
*Corte Madera -Tuesday/Thursday (10 – 13) 4:30 pm
*Mill Valley – Wednesday 4:30 (12 – 16) – Girls only class
*Corte Madera – Saturday (12 – 16) 11 am
*San Rafael – Monday (11 – 16) 4:30 pm
*Classes expire at the end of the session. Make-ups can happen as needed throughout the session.Please share with anyone who might be interested in joining!
Email jessica@tjsgym.com to register.

SOCIAL MEDIA

If you’re on Facebook, please request to join the TJ’s Gym Members Facebook Page (current, active members) for all of our most up-to-date announcements and offerings. You can also follow us @tjsgyms on Instagram.



 

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TJ’s Gym Workouts for the Week 05/28/2018

WORKOUTS FOR THE WEEK


Please note our holiday schedule for Memorial Day (Monday, May 28th).


Monday – 05-28-2018

Tuesday 05-29-2018

Wednesday 05-30-2018

Wednesday – Strength 05_30_2018

Thursday 05-31-2018

Friday-06-01-2018

Saturday – 06/02/2018

Sunday – 06-03-2018

Barbell Club – Sunday 06-03-2018

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TJ’s Gym Weekly News 05/24/2018

 

Shout out to Coach August! She’s a great asset to our team of coaches, and if you haven’t learned from her yet, you’re missing out! August is a rotating coach, since she’s a flight attendant in her other life, and we are happy to have her when she’s available!

WEEKLY NEWS FROM TJ’s GYM

Message from TJ:

CrossFit Initiative and a little more of my story.  Part 2 of 3 (a continuation from last week’s message).
I started down the path of peeling away the lies and misinformation I had been fed during career up to that point, and I started experimenting.  Before I ever touched a barbell for anything other than benching and curls, I started with Greg Glassman’s famous “Fitness in 100 Words.”
You will soon see this poster up in all the gyms.

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It starts with “Eat meat and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch and no sugar.”
So that’s where I started. I didn’t do a burpee or an Abmat situp for three months. All I did was eat the stuff above, read books by Mark Rippetoe, and watch Olympic Weightlifting videos. I think there were 12 of them on the internet back then. I got skinny. Not cut or ripped or sliced or any of that.  Just skinny, and that was cool because I was basically fat before that. Not the kind of fat that people notice, but I was. Then I started doing the CrossFit “WODs.”  That was a shit show.  20-minute Fran, 95-pound deadlifts that hurt my back. Far from “Forging Elite” anything.
Slowly, I got smarter, fitter, and less broken. I met the Starretts.  I fixed my shitty movement patterns and kept eating as I was told. I got less skinny and more veiny and muscular. Not Brad Pitt in Fight Club, but not Lance Armstrong, either.
At that time, I started having conversations with my father-in-law about what I was learning and practicing. He is a physician and unfortunately suffers from genetic heart disease. At that time, he was taking some pre-diabetes medications, because, as he put it, he was old, and that’s what happens when you get old. I started sending him links to videos and articles, and the next time he came to visit, he proclaimed that he was no longer bringing his staff donuts every morning. Instead he was bringing them bagels.
Ok, baby steps.
The more we talked, the more he agreed, and pretty soon the bagels went the way of the donuts. He dropped 10 pounds, himself (was never a large man), and when his clients would complain about the side effects of their medications, he would tell them about a new protocol that he used to get off the diabetes drugs. Eat, meat, vegetables, nuts, etc. His patients rarely took this option, even while commenting on how good he looked. Sigh.
CrossFit exploded onto the worldwide scene around 2008 when an article appeared in the New York Times Magazine:
Virginia Heffernan – The Medium – Television – Internet Video – Media – CrossFit.com
Soon everyone had heard of it, and everyone had an opinion about it, whether or not they knew what they were talking about.  By 2012, CrossFit had 10,000 worldwide affiliates.  The target was recognized by traditional gym chains, exercise equipment manufacturers, and, interestingly, by Big Soda (Coke and Pepsi).
1.  Create Positive Lifestyle Branding around their products.
2.  Create and fund reasearch supporting the Calories in/Calories out message.
3.  Discredit the opposition before they even existed.
4.  Tell everyone who will listen that Dietary Fat is the enemy, not sugar.
By 2012, Big Soda had invested tens of millions of dollars into non-profit health and exercise researchers, educators, and medical professionals. It was time for them to put their money to good use and quiet the loudest mouth in the room using fabricated data. The problem is that they didn’t know CrossFit would fight back, sue them, and win.
Fast forward to the latest-and-greatest attack by Coke and Pepsi: Licensure.
In seven states, it is illegal for anyone who doesn’t carry licensure through the American Dietetic Association (a 2 or 4-year Nutrition Degree) to give a single piece of nutritional advice. Here are some shocking facts:
1.  The American Dietetic Association (ADA) recommends the Food Pyramid.
2.  The ADA is funded by Coke, Pepsi, Monsanto, McDonalds, Kellog’s, etc.
3. The ADA currently has lobbyists in every single other state trying to get Licensure on the books.  Ewww.
A CrossFit coach could be fined and charged with a misdemeanor for telling someone not to eat sugar. WTF? I know you all don’t trust big business or government, which doesn’t matter to me.  I just want you to trust science. Cool?
Part 3 will be a history lesson on how the hell we thought Entenmann’s or Snackwells or whole grain bread could be good for us.
~TJ

ANNOUNCEMENTS


Memorial Day is Monday, May 28th

Please note our holiday schedule. Have a fun, safe, and relaxing weekend while honoring those who have made the ultimate sacrifice so we can all enjoy the freedoms we do.


Summer Leadership Academy

We are SUPER excited to announce our first-annual Summer Leadership Academy for Teens at TJ’s Gyms. Spearheaded and run by TJ, himself, this week-long program for ages 15-17 will include fitness and nutrition education, workouts, and deep exploration of topics related to the development of leadership skills, personal “branding,” and life success. We will have guest speakers of all ages across disciplines to address entrepreneurship, social media use, networking, confidence-building, etc.

This is a great opportunity for your teen to grow in just one week’s time! Spaces are limited to eight teens, so we suggest registering right away if you’re interested. Email allison@tjsgym.com with program questions. To register, email jessica@tjsgym.com.



TJ’s Gym Lifestyle & Accountability Program (LAP) is now an ONGOING Offering!

$250 for the first 6 weeks of working closely with TJ. Then sort out a plan that works for you! 

This program has become quite popular. TJ has FOUR spots available for next month, so act quickly!

Change your life NOW. WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? Want to change your life? Our 6-week program with TJ is a great jump start.  You can start any time. Over the course of the first six weeks of your journey, you will work closely with TJ to get yourself on track to actually achieving some of your most important goals. After the six weeks, you’ll have an opportunity to continue with the next level of the program, or go on your way with the tools and plans you’ve created.
Email Jessica@tjsgym.com to register TODAY!

NEW Teen/Tween Session Started Monday, May 7th.

There’s still time to hop on in!

Session Dates (8 weeks):  05/07 – 06/30*
*No class Monday, May 28th.
Session Prices
$160 (one class per week)*
$280 (two classes per week)*
$395 (three classes per week)*
We also have monthly options available for our year-round members.
Spring Schedule
*Corte Madera – Monday/Wednesday (12 – 16) 4 pm
*Mill Valley – Tuesday/Thursday (12 – 16) 4 pm
*Corte Madera -Tuesday/Thursday (10 – 13) 4:30 pm
*Mill Valley – Wednesday 4:30 (12 – 16) – Girls only class
*Corte Madera – Saturday (12 – 16) 11 am
*San Rafael – Monday (11 – 16) 4:30 pm
*Classes expire at the end of the session. Make-ups can happen as needed throughout the session.Please share with anyone who might be interested in joining!
Email jessica@tjsgym.com to register.

SOCIAL MEDIA

If you’re on Facebook, please request to join the TJ’s Gym Members Facebook Page (current, active members) for all of our most up-to-date announcements and offerings. You can also follow us @tjsgyms on Instagram.



 

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