Maxed Out

Strength and Conditioning for Anyone

Maxed out is a set of strength and conditioning classes, with days focusing on strength (s) and days focusing on conditioning (c). It’s designed like athletic training and can provide anyone with a balanced and effective workout.

Class Concept

  • Strength days (S) focus on isolation exercises and on learning and maintaining proper form for each movement. We start with foundational exercises at the beginning of each week so you have a solid base to build on.
  • Conditioning days (C) focus on getting in as much movement as possible, ranging from mountain climbers to star jumps and still fitting in time for 10 minutes of abs. The workout is non-stop with 3-10 minute segments of cardio.

What can beginners expect? Expect a challenge but also extra attention from instructors. We want to make sure you learn proper form in isolation exercises so that you can properly perform compound movements.

What can more advanced participants expect? You can expect to be pushed to your limit. We’ll modify exercises to really give you a challenge. Expect to leave dripping sweat.

Meet Your Instructors

About Lonnie Hayes (Maxed Out – Strength)

I’ve been in the fitness industry for 9 years and have an accredited certification in personal training, corrective exercises, and nutrition. I am also working on my Kinesiology degree through George Mason University. I am a fitness enthusiast and have worked with everyone from athletes to rehab patients to seniors.

What is an interesting fact about yourself? I am an amateur boxer, hoping to go pro one day.

What do people say when they leave your class? They say that they’re sore. They get a good workout in here and the isolation exercises really challenge them to develop some of their weaker muscles.


About Travis Huff (Maxed Out – Conditioning)

Football has always been a huge part of my life. I played football from 1st grade all the way through college, where I played for Shepherd University. Now I’m a high school football coach at Briar Woods High School and have been there for the past 7 years. I love Football because it’s is a bunch of people working towards one goal. It’s the same reason I like teaching Maxed Out so much. We all have goals and we are all in the Keg Room trying to reach our goals together, even when we’re tired, not feeling well, or just down from the weather.

What do people say when they leave your class? People leave tired, but they always thank me for another great workout.