Forget having false confidence - let's build real practical functionality and full preparedness in regards to performance.
An animal in the wild is at peace. But while at peace, it radiates primordial strength and potency.
Our training doesn't aim to make people harmless sheep or to just feel good and nice in their bodies.
Our aim is not to boost your ego with fancy skills or heavy lifts and give you a false sense of confidence.
Our aim is not to make you soft and artistic while being confined in a fantasy world.
It's up to you what you eventually want to focus on but it's our mission to give you the full preparedness for performance.
The aim is to arm you with real and practical ways to train your body so it can thrive when put under a test.
In its primitive form, it's the potential to be dangerous. You can choose to be hard if needed, to stand your ground.
Our approach is about direct advantage in competitive and demanding scenarios whether sports, martial arts or performing arts. We must be shielded, resilient and tolerant of pressure.
Our muscles and movements are not only for the show. They help us to tackle anything that life throws at us. We're a menace and we like it that way. I know how to make training pretty but I don't run away from the crude hard work.
We must not only take good care of the body and master the ways of soft training but we also need to know how to make it capable of producing and withstanding power and how to push our limits.
Don’t be afraid of your power and do not let fear or doubt limit what you can do.
Going deeper into this potency it's about taking full charge of the development of your own body. By mastering yourself within the entire spectrum, the soft and the hard, you will automatically become a threat.
He who knows himself is dangerous because he cannot be swayed and pushed around. Without this, you'll be pulled in by the ever-changing current of trends and opinions.
If we do not demand this potency from ourselves we'll never have an honest picture of our strengths and weaknesses because we never test ourselves. And without a realistic and honest view, we cannot have real physical confidence or trust in our bodies.
We're constantly being stripped off of our natural strength. Our environment makes us forget what we're made of.
If the environment doesn't do it we must do the hardening by ourselves and train our bodies accordingly. We demand the best from our bodies and it reflects in our methods.
Let us unify once more with the powerful potency that belongs to us and be the sovereign authority of our own bodies. From a pet to a beast.
Head Coach of VAHVA Fitness