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IRON ZUU workouts are designed to build raw muscle and strength in a small group PT class. Having the world’s best movement education of ZUU in our facility we have the unique ability to incorporate a small percentage of these movements into each workout for mobility. This helps decrease risk of injury while increasing ROM (Range Of Motion) which directly correlates to strength and size gains.

The IRON ZUU classes are programmed cycling a three month protocol... We use time proven techniques ensuring maximum results for building muscle and strength while keeping you mobile.


TAK’I Incorporating boxing - weights - ZUU and our functional zone, we cycle a very specific program over a three month period by building your engine - refining your fuel - increasing top line output covering fundamental athletic performance. Each month we continually layer mental toughness and resilience to your performance while being submerged in our inclusive ZUU culture.

Expect increases in fat loss - explosive power - heart rate performance - cardio conditioning - functional strength - strength endurance - muscle tone - muscle efficiency - mobility.  

ZUU is the foundation of all our programs in IRON ZUU. It was founded 13 years ago by Nathan Helberg in Australia and the body weight floor component in our workouts have gone on to become an internationally accredited certification taught to coaches and PT’s globally.



MOBILITY is geared towards giving your body freedom of movement & Getting you ready for your training. 

We’re also using it to educate the importance of rest and recovery work too. 

Below are some more examples of why mobility is important:


Mobility - or having active control of the joint(s) in said position translates much more to movement. Having neurological control means I can produce/absorb force there. It means I can create movement. I can actively bring my joint into and out of the position.

More mobility means - more degrees of freedom. 

More mobility means - more movement variability.

More mobility means - more "outs" when something goes "wrong" in a movement.

It means that if I'm squatting- and a variable is thrown into the mix that I didn't account for- my body is ready for it because I have more movement variability.

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