Community has always been at the root of what we believe in. Working out just wouldn’t be the same without a built-in friend group cheering you on. You won’t just find friends here, you will find family.
Friendship, support, challenges and inspiration will be on display daily from the trainers and athletes.
Our distinct training philosophy and genuine care for each athlete is the value we offer. You will see and feel our sincerity through our interactions, instruction, and discussions we have with each athlete. You will see the passion and happiness we feel from the work we do.
We have fun at CHC and we like to treat our members to lots of fun community events! Our members enjoy semi-annual intra-gym competitions, BBQ’s, a winter formal, and loads more.
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