Welcome to Relentless Strength Training
Go Beyond “Personal Training” and “Sports Conditioning”!
Hi there. My name is Isaac Wilkins, owner of Relentless Strength Training. Before you get much further I’d like to take this opportunity to tell you a little bit about what we’re about.
Relentless Strength Training is not another personal training business that cheers you on and entertains you at the gym.
Relentless Strength Training is not just about teaching athletes a few little agility drills or running them on a ladder and telling them that they’ve “improved”.
I’ve been in this business a long time and seen far too much of that.
At Relentless Strength Training we train competitive athletes and dedicated adults who are looking to train as athletes. We’re not a place for you to work up a good sweat and tell yourself that you’ve checked “workout” off your daily list. We focus on maximizing everything that you are, be it on the field, at the office, or in any other aspect of your daily life.
If you’re accepted into the Relentless program, you become part of the Relentless family. I say “family” for a reason. This is a community of like-minded, caring, and focused people who want nothing but the best for themselves, each other, and YOU. There is no room for whiners, complainers, or those who aren’t ready or willing to make the changes necessary to be successful. We are focused on making everyone who walks through our doors better. Our community is supportive and strong because that’s what our members are. Here you are not walking a path alone.
Here at Relentless we:
-Forge hard bodies. Sure, it’d be great for me to say that you can build the body of your dreams and perform at your peak with a few easy thirty-minute workouts. Unfortunately, I’m not a liar. We can build you the body of your dreams. We can build you the body that will carry you to the champions’ platform.
I will supply the focus, tools, programming, encouragement, and support. You will supply the desire for improvement and success.
-Forge hard minds. At Relentless I don’t believe in “black box” style training where the client is kept in the dark about what’s going on with their body. Instead, you are actively engaged in the entire training process and taught not only proper training technique but how your body works. I seek to give my clients the “operator’s manual” to their body so they always know what decision to make when it comes to their health and fitness. No more confusion about what to do, just RESULTS.
-Forge hard spirits. When the mind and spirit is hardened and developed towards a task, then the body falls easily in line. At Relentless we focus on strengthening the mindset of the the athlete and always keeping the end result, be it losing 50 pounds or running for 1,000 yards, in mind. Every journey worth undertaking is going to have its challenges and WE WILL RISE ABOVE THEM. If extraordinary results were easy then they wouldn’t be extraordinary, and that’s what you will become.
“I can’t remember a time in my life when I wasn’t an athlete. When I wasn’t road racing or triathloning, I was riding horses, trail hiking, skiing, or rock climbing. But in July of 2010 a bike crash left me with permanent brain injury. Eight months later a running accident left me with a broken foot. When I resumed training in the summer of 2011 I was weak and slow; my coordination was compromised; my self confidence was gone.
Then one of my daughter’s friends took me trad climbing on MDI. I hadn’t been in over a year. Halfway up the South Face of the Precipice, my arms so pumped I could hardly unscrew the top of my water bottle, I was afraid I couldn’t finish. But I did finish; and standing on top of that cliff, looking out over the sea, I wanted to climb again. And I wanted to be able to go with the best, bad-ass climbers on the island. To do that, I knew I’d have to recondition my body to work at a level that, frankly, I’d given up hope of ever reaching again.
I ramped up my workouts, but my progress was slow, uneven, and frustrating. I simply didn’t know how to get to where I wanted to be.
Then last November, I came across references to a strength coach named Isaac Wilkins. I looked at Isaac’s website, “wilkinspower.com: Relentless Strength Training”, and read his blog, “Beyond the Barbell.” It was clear from Isaac’s writing that he is an expert in the field of strength and conditioning. His clients described him as bright, knowledgeable, and articulate. Honest, funny and practical. Supportive, patient and understanding. They said that his workouts pushed them beyond anything they ever thought they could do.
So I went to Isaac’s office. I said I wanted to run fast and triathlon again. I said I wanted to be a kick-ass rock climber. I described my limitations: I said that since my accidents, I’m distractible and forgetful. I’m easily confused. And I’m uncoordinated. He grinned and said, I can work with you, don’t worry.
He was right, I didn’t need to worry. Over just the past thirteen weeks, Isaac Wilkins has remade me into an athlete. I’m dead lifting, snatching, squatting, and doing power cleans. I’m dragging sleds, carrying sand bags, and climbing ropes. I’m running sprints, throwing medicine balls, and swinging kettlebells. On Isaac’s program, I’m leaner, stronger, more stable and coordinated than I’ve ever been. I ‘m crushing hills and banging out track intervals faster than I did before my accidents; and three weeks ago I cruised up a multi-pitch ascent in Clifton as though I’d been climbing for years. I can hardly wait to test myself on rock and on the road this summer!
Maybe more importantly, Isaac is remaking my mind as well as my body. He’s taught me that mental strength, as well as physical strength, is a skill. He’s taught me to train fierce, and to bring as much to every session as he does — never less than 100%. He’s taught me to substitute “I can” for “I can’t”. He’s taught me to confront challenges confidently; to focus on what I can control; and to leave what I can’t control outside the door when I come to work out. Isaac has shown me that the margins of body and mind are a function of attitude and will. He coaches me to push myself farther than I’ve ever gone, to find and deploy reserves of optimism, resilience, and resolve I never knew I had. Simply put, Isaac’s coaching has changed my life, inside and outside the gym.
Isaac promises to “maximize everything that you are, be it on the field, at the office, or in any other aspect of your daily life.” He lives what he teaches; he does what he promises. If you are ready to work with an extraordinary individual who will help you do extraordinary things, contact Isaac Wilkins”
“Before getting on Isaac’s program I thought I was pretty awesome, all 160lbs of me. I was one of those guys that spent a lot of time running (which was fast tearing my body apart) and some time in the gym doing mostly “show” exercises with free weights. I loved to rock out pull ups and other bodyweight exercises but I was not structuring them in the right way.
Once Isaac determined that I worked hard enough and he got me on one of his plans, my strength and athleticism EXPLODED. I was actually using my body in the way it was meant to be used, and in a very short amount of time I was cranking out upper-level workouts that would have killed me a few months before. All this and my body was looser and I moved more smoothly than ever before. I packed on 20lbs of muscle in two months and lost 3% body fat (which brought my total down to 5%). Now I hover between 195-200lbs and I am still getting stronger and faster. If you want to regain your old athleticism or start from scratch Isaac is your man. If you don’t believe me then drop me a line, I would love to set you straight.”
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