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SteelFit targets the entire body (posterior and anterior kinetic chain) with exercise techniques that enhance overall physical performance   and prevent injury during activities of daily living and sports. Natural human movement patterns are synergistic multi-joint movements through multiple planes of motion while balancing the body against gravity.  Functional Integrated Training (FIT) uses a variety of full-body multi-joint movements that strengthen muscles, stabilize joints, and improve balance, flexibility and coordination. Functional Integrated Training is holistic and sustainable for any fitness level to get optimal results, prevent injuries and improve performance in activities of daily living and sports.


SteelFit Functional Integrated Training

A formatted small group program that incorporates HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) Kettlebell Weight Training, Dumbbell and Barbell circuits with Body Weight exercises to increases total body strength, power and endurance. The formatted training sessions are designed for total body conditioning with multi-joint and multi-planar movements that enhance neuromuscular activation, joint integrity, strength, power and coordination.  SteelFit is a great training program for any fitness level.  SteelFit improves strength, reduces muscle imbalances, joint asymmetries, bad posture, and enhance performance for fitness enthusiast and athletes that want results.


  1. Cardiovascular Endurance
  2. Rehabilitation
  3. Dynamic Balance
  4. General Strength Development
  5. Flexibility
  6. Improved Body Composition
  7. Coordination
  8. Muscular Strength
  9. Speed and Agility
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Fusion F.I.T. adheres to universal principles of Specificity, Overload and Progressive Resistance training.
Principle of Specificity:  Training performed must be specific to the desired outcome. To improve one’s training results for a specific goal exercises must target the muscles and movements for that goal.
Principle of Overload:  Greater than normal loads or stress on the body are required for training adaptations to occur.
Principle of Progressive Resistance:  To further training improvements, the resistance must be periodically increased.


  • Active Warn-up
  • High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)
  • Kettlebell, Dumbbell, and Barbell Weight Training
  • Club Bell and Mace Work
  • Cool Down and Stretch
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