A great man once told me, "If you see a turtle on a fence post, he didn't get there by himself." Nobody reaches great heights alone.
It's impossible for trainer and trainee to accomplish a common goal without trust. You must trust that your trainer will use his/her education and experiences to help you reach your goal. Your trainer must trust that you will treat your body with love and respect by adopting proper nutrition and engaging in adequate workouts on your own time.
Life is not easy. Workouts at BPI are not easy. We will do many things you have never done before. You will be challenged physically and emotionally. You must have an abominable spirit and a willingness to persevere.
"If you can take the worst, take the risk."
We do what we say, when we say we will do it. Honoring commitments is the building block of the Bayer Performance Institute. If we are unable to keep our promise, all parties will be contacted immediately and compensated accordingly.
Let's be honest (for many of you), it's hard enough to walk into the gym knowing you will struggle, sweat, and burn. It's even worse if the workout is boring. We focus on providing unique and effective workouts that keep you engaged and entertained. "Never a dull moment."
What defines the Bayer Performance Institute is our belief in the power of perseverance. We know there is always a way to overcome adversity, to hurdle an obstacle, to achieve goals. It's rarely as quick as you want it to be, and it's never easy, but then again, "easy" doesn't aid growth.
We take pride in designing programs that are not only dynamic and specific to each individual client, but that also keep the trainee engaged, entertained, and operating in all planes of motion. We expect our clients to strive to improve their health and athleticism. In turn, as trainers, we give every client our best each time we step into the gym.
The training philosophy at the Bayer Performance Institute, LLC is based on the science of the National Academy of Sport Medicine's Optimum Performance Training (OPT) model, in which we progress through different stages of training in order to attain specific health and fitness goals.