“It’s been six weeks now. I was looking for something different, and this was perfect timing. The thing I really enjoy is mixing it up… I like doing something different everyday. I try to do Pilates 2-3 times a week, TRX 2 times a week, and Barre 2 times a week. So I really love the mix… I found that each class works different muscles… some work the fine muscles. But I feel that they all build on each other.”
“I wanted to start Pilates, and this offered a really great deal for students. It seemed like a really fun atmosphere, so I came, and I loved my first class. It’s really welcoming, and everyone is super friendly, and everyone knows each other’s names. I really like that intimate setting.”
“I wanted a place to get back in shape. So I came in and now I take a class just about every single day. I’m motivated by the teachers and the classes. Even though the classes are hard work, I never feel stressed! I know that I’m getting in shape because I can feel my stomach muscles now. I just feel like I’m a lot more put together… more fit together.”
“I enjoy Yoga, & Pilates… Barre too, all different types of exercise. I just find that’s the best way to really get your body the way that you want it. I was working out at different studios–which obviously adds up… plus driving around the city. LAB5 has really worked for me, because everything is here.”
“About 6 months ago I was losing mobility in my left arm and I was in a lot of pain. It turns out that I had a C6/C7 herniated disk. We were thinking this would be a great, awesome gym to go to because it’s close but then I read Bonnie’s story and that was why we came. Between the movements we do here in class work really well. Since then my posture has definitely gotten better and the pain is gone and I’m slowly getting mobility in my left arm. It’s been fun to get flexible and strong again.”
“I’ve found that Yoga stretches you, it strengthens you and it also allows you time for meditation. I’ve done classes over the years, but the Yoga that I do here is the best I’ve taken. I love the Yoga classes here.”
“I already feel like I’m part of the community… integrated. I’ve been to a lot of different places, and I found that immediately when I came in here Steven was completely open and available to answer any questions. He was so warm, and it immediately made a huge impression on me. The space is so open, and everybody that I’ve met here has been amazing — they know my name — it’s like I’ve been here forever. I feel inspired to come work out!”
LAB5 Fitness offers group and individual coaching utilizing Pilates principles and methods, Barre, Yoga, TRX suspension training, and Aerial Conditioning. LAB5 workouts are comprised of consistently varied functional movements (pushing, pulling, squatting, lifting, jumping etc.) executed at various intensities depending on your level and your specific goal.
LAB5 Fitness is a 2,400 sq ft. fitness and coaching studio equipped with state of the art equipment and training methods, located on Capitol Hill in Seattle, WA. The studio is designed for fun, high energy workouts with a clean, stimulating and refreshing environment.
Our fitness programming will improve your functional muscular strength, endurance and power. You will see your core strength increase, as well as your mobility, balance, and cardiovascular endurance. You will feel and see the results!
Class variety, along with the variations in each different element, make it practically impossible to get bored. Our fitness methods and varied programming make sure that you will never do the same workout twice. You will never have to program your own workouts or spend hours in the gym. Instead, each day a skilled personal trainer will take you through a powerful workout that will be modified to suit your fitness level, whether you are a beginner or an elite athlete. At LAB5 we understand that everyone is moving as fast as the digital age itself—that’s why our classes are 50 minutes in length.
At LAB5 Fitness, we have custom-made equipment that is designed to move your body naturally. All workouts are comprised of exercise that mimic movements performed in day-to-day life. A variety of angles and motions are achieved through muscle isolation, all of which improves functional movements necessary and common in your daily activities.