WHAT TO EXPECT

Detroit Tough is for absolutely everyone. Our certified coaches will help you reach your goals and maintain a healthy and productive lifestyle.  Most of all, we want you to be a better version of you.

We are ADA compliant; we have two restrooms, a shower room and daily-use lockers.  We encourage that you wear comfortable athletic attire and gym shoes.  We have a retail area with bottled water, supplements, protein drinks and official Detroit Tough attire.


GET UP!

Mon-Fri 6am  Sat 9am

Increase your aerobic and muscular endurance. This class will help you become better at burning calories, increase your ability to train longer and keep you energized throughout the day.

 

BASIC TRAINING

Mon-Fri: 7am 

This class introduces you to all that TOUGH offers. Teaching to you the basics in technique, equipment and intensity. Basic Training helps get strong before you get stronger.

 

DT POWER LUNCH

MON, WED, FRI: 12:15-12:45pm

Short on time? DT Power Lunch is for you! 30 minutes of focused training during your lunch break. The program is straightforward covering all body parts in a quick easy to follow format. Open to all skill levels leaving you plenty of time for a well-balanced meal.

 

DT POWer STRIKE

TUE, THU: 5PM

POWer Strike is mirrored after a traditional fight-training program. It involves strength training (lifts), conditioning (aerobic) and strikes (mitt, pad and bags)


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DETROIT TOUGH

MON, WED, FRI: 5PM  | SAT 10AM

Detroit Tough is our signature class that involves all of the elements of the facilities programming. Bodyweight, kettle bells, Olympic lifts, TRX endurance speed and more. If you're looking for intensity, this is the class for you.

 


TRX / SUSPENSION TRAINING

TUE, THU: 6PM

“Suspension Training bodyweight exercise develops strength, balance, flexibility and core stability simultaneously. It requires the use of the TRX Suspension Trainer, a highly portable performance training tool that leverages gravity and the user’s body weight to complete hundreds of exercises.” From Trxtraining.com