Monday-Friday at 10 am
Launch classes are designed for people who are returning to the gym after a break or who are coming for the very first time. Launch classes allow you to learn workouts in a high-energy environment, but at a slower pace. These classes are all about getting you comfortable while focusing on your mobility, stability and strength. It’s the perfect way to get started.
Strength Classes: Mo, We, Fr
Cardio Classes: Tu, Th, Sa
Adult team-based classes at The Pitt help you grow stronger and achieve a higher level of fitness. These hour-long intensive workouts are designed by our certified coaches to build strength, improve your cardiovascular health, and increase upper and lower body power. Your regimen will also increase stability and flexibility—no matter your age. You’ll love the comradery you feel with other athletes, who’ll inspire you to come back time and again.
Boys and girls alike undergo many physiological changes during adolescence. They grow taller, body composition changes, and sometimes these athletes feel like their bodies just don’t “fit.” Young women, in particular, are more susceptible to ACL injuries because of changes occurring during puberty. A properly designed and supervised training program can help to reduce these and other injuries by improving muscle strength, motor skills, coordination, and overall endurance. Our classes for Bozeman middle school-age students teach proper training methods as well as introducing young athletes to fundamentals of linear speed, agility, plyometrics, and injury avoidance and rehabilitation. As athletes grow stronger, coaches introduce progressively more challenging workouts.
Brian comes to us after retiring from a 20-year career in the US Air Force as a physical therapist. He was born in Great Falls, MT while his father was stationed at Malmstrom Air Force Base, and later came back to attend his first 2 years of high school there. Brian went to the US Air Force Academy for his undergraduate work, where he played both football and rugby, after which he moved on to Baylor University to earn his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. His final assignment in the Air Force was as the Director of Human Performance for a Special Operations unit in Washington state, where he also oversaw all of the Air Force physical therapists working in Special Operations units. Brian is a Board Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist (OCS), as well as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). He is very excited to finally realize his dream of living long term on Montana (no more moving!!!), and can’t wait to enjoy all of the outdoors pursuits it offers with his wife and two boys.