Human Performance Institute memberships include, but are not limited to:
Coaching: Have your training and nutrition questions answered personally by Justin Hartig and his team of trainers.
Community: Interact with other HPI members and get the motivation and support you need to succeed.
Workouts: A new, fully detailed, strength (and size) building workout program every week, to include warmups, exercises, sets, reps and rest periods.
Training & Nutrition Logs: Use our logs to keep track of your workouts and diet for feedback and improvement.
Videos: Learn a variety of exercises and moves you’ve never seen or done before, with our video guidance.
Exclusive Content: Human Performance Institute members-only articles on training, nutrition, motivation, mental toughness, and fitness.
Training Challenges: Each month, with HPI challenges, you can win gear, supplements, books and more.
Sport and group specific training geared at getting you and your teammates prepared for your season. From circuit training to testing and core work, we will have you and your teammates in peak shape for your season.
Looking to take your fitness, athleticism, and health to a whole new level? Our individual training is just for you. A unique completely personalized training session is designed to help you get the results you’re looking for. From weight loss/gains, to toning and sport or event specific training we have everything you need. And if, for some odd reason we don’t, we will get it for you! Fortune favors the bold, come favor yourself with the best trainers around at Human Performance Institute!
Personalized Meal Plans
HPI provides you with a personalized meal plan. Diets don’t work when they aren’t designed specifically for you. Everyone’s body is different. We are all unique and what we eat affects us differently. Having a personal trainer isn’t just for looking physically fit, its about feeling fit. Eating clean is the foundation for living a long and healthy life. Justin Hartig will personally design you a meal plan to increase your body’s overall health and sustain the physical results from training.
The Skinny On Fat
After years of telling us to stay away from fat, experts now say it’s healthy to eat some. The caveat: it has to be the right kind. While it’s still wise to reduce saturated fats and avoid trans fats altogether, incorporating good sources of fat (think olive oil, nuts, and avocados) into your diet has many health benefits. Still confused? Some simple tips can help distinguish the good from the bad.