Does heart mean cardio? Yes. Is there running involved? Some. But our version of cardio doesn’t mean endless miles on the treadmill. Heart day packs sleds, battle ropes, and hurdle drills into one, fast-paced workout.
Strength plus cardio is our formula for maximum calorie burn—elevating your heart rate while building muscle. Expect the most variance between stations, doing heavy deadlifts one minute then sprinting down the lane the next.
On Strength days we target muscle group(s) to the point of failure. We increase intensity by loading the resistance and dialing back on reps. Will you be sore? Yes. Will it be worth it? Absolutely.
This class compiles exercises from all 7 muscle groups, offering a preview into each of our classes. Note: This is one of our most rigorous workouts, with heart and strength components.
To any athlete hitting a plateau, the missing element is almost always recovery (not more reps). Here, we roll-out, practice active-release therapy (ART), and repair our muscles for the next workout.
Anyone can create an intense workout. We chose to create an effective one.
Cut Seven is designed to show visible results in the least amount of time. Rotating muscle groups allows your muscles to rebuild post-burnout—the main reason total body workouts fall short.
You can only push yourself so far. And there comes a point when that’s not far enough.
You think you know your limit until someone pushes you past it. Your teammates remind you why you’re here—they’re the difference between giving up and giving three more reps.
“This is the *only* exercise class I've ever been to where everyone thinks of each other as teammates.”
“Hands down one of the best work outs in the city, from the hands-on approach and unique programming, to the team camaraderie. ”
“Not only are the workouts challenging and fun, Cut Seven offers a sense of community.”
“I knew this was a good place to workout when I saw all the other fitness instructors around town coming to class.”
April 24: Test your strength, speed, and power across 7 different exercises.