Inclusion Matters to Us

Every time someone steps through our doors we make an effort to make them feel truly welcomed. We want each person to feel like Project 13 is a safe place. A place you can let your guard down, be your true self, work to improve and be your best self. 

We know that it can be daunting to try a new gym. It's tough enough to work up the courage to decide you want to get fit, to make an effort to improve yourself physically, then add the stresses of worrying about whether the people will be standoffish or nice, judgmental or accepting, overly competitive or encouraging.

Project 13 doesn't care about your color or size or shape, your preferences, or gender you identify with. We care about you. Your goals, your effort to reach those goals, and how you treat other people. We use numbers to measure progress, not to compare yourself against others. We want to see your effort to be the best you can be, day in and day out.

Exercise is one of the only things in life that is truly fair. You either do the work or you don't. You went for a run or you didn't. You came in for a workout and gave it your all or you just went through the motions. And the results show. Effort in equals results out. If you put in the work - the time and effort to improve - you will make progress.

And that fairness is what makes fitness so special. If you bring a positive attitude and a good work ethic you are welcome here at Project 13. Because we are building a community of positive, like-minded people that want to see others succeed as much as they themselves want to succeed. 

So come celebrate that equality through effort with us on Saturday at 9:30am. Show us what Building Better Humans means to you.

The Nate Chambers
The Nate Chambers