XCEED Fitness is the ultimate training facility for strength, conditioning, and fat loss in Orange County, CA. Your results are guaranteed by owner Owen Evans. With over 15 years of experience in private and large group training, Owen brings a unique philosophy of movement and strength-based training to all sessions. As a member, you will get individualized attention in every session, whether you choose semi-private instruction or large group classes, with exceptional coaches and motivators to assist you every step of the way guaranteeing quicker results.
XCEED Fitness is not your average gym, or “Crossfit”, instead our training is about YOU and making YOU stronger, more fit and looking better. We separate ourselves from the others by providing individualized training programs focused first on movement quality, proficiency in technique, and education, then adding strength and conditioning when appropriate. Known for our exceptional coaching and community, Republic of Strength offers semi-private training and group training options that will suit any busy schedule and fitness goal. Whether you prefer one-on-one coaching, classes or small group training, you will have the attention of two coaches to assure you reach your goals quicker and injury-free.
We are completely dedicated to YOU, motivating and coaching you in every aspect of your life to guarantee you achieve your individual goals. Make the commitment to yourself and allow us to take your strength and conditioning to a new level, shed unwanted body fat, and add lean muscle, NOW.
“I came to see Owen after I injured my back and my shoulder at work. I was in pain every day, and I didn’t know if I need to quit my job. I was very frustrated because traditional physical therapy alleviated only part of my pain, and doctors recommended me to start steroids shots. In addition, I was doing acupuncture and yoga, but still continued to struggle with the pain.
After I started kettlebell training with gradual increase in intensity of exercises I started to feel stronger, my abdominal muscles were able to support my back, and I do not have any pain even after working 12 hours shifts at my job. I even feel much younger, my coordination is much better, and even my reflexes started to be much faster. It is an amazing change. And I can say for sure, that even when I was 18 years old, I have never felt as good and as young as now.
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