Underground Strength Training with an AUSSIE twist.
Welcome to Australia's first "Underground Strength Gym (USG)." Extreme strength and conditioning training for athletes and hard-core individuals (people willing to be trained like an athlete). We are a fully licensed Underground Strength Gym. Your coach, John Wayne Legg has trained directly with and undergone official certification with USG founder Zach Even-Esh in New Jersey, USA.
If you are looking for Zach's original gym in Edison New Jersey, USA go to www.undergroundstrengthclub.com
It is with great excitement and pleasure, that we announce the official change of our gym name. As of the 20th of September 2012, we are known as Outlaw Strength Gym. We will always be undergrounders, and will still remain connected to Zach Even - Esh, we just won't be a licensed Underground Strength Gym, or representing the USG brand. Thus this website is not longer officially in operation, and will be not be renewed when the domain name expires next year.
John is still of course a certified Underground Strength Coach (among other certifications) and will continue to use a similar style of training (with some of our own flavour added). Click here to go to our new website; http://outlawstrengthgym.com.au/
We've all seen the "reality" shows on tv (yes I know one in particular will come to mind), where contestants are locked away for a period of time. Forced to do certain activities for hours each day, given eating plans.. then weighed every week to monitor their progress. But is weighing yourself on the scales the best way to check your progress? I will answer my own question with a resounding NO BLOODY WAY, and yes I am shouting!
If your main objective is to get your body into shape, a more desirable shape I should say. Losing weight should not necessarily be your priority. Only focusing on what your scales say could actually hinder you in the long run. In fact my recommendation is, "Your scales don't mean ______ (you fill in the blank with what ever expletive you choose)!