14 August 2008

New Ikei Performance Warrior Fitness Workout Featured on 3TV

Ikei Performance was once again featured on 3TV. Our new Warrior Fitness Workout Classes has been launched and the buzz is starting to catch on. Beverly Kidd of 3TV aired the segment last night on their Wednesday Weight Loss segment.

CLICK HERE to view the segment

You don’t have to be a Professional Athlete to train at Ikei Performance, you just need to have the heart and discipline of an athlete to challenge yourself to get better and make a lifestyle change. Our Warrior Fitness Workout Program is a fun and exciting way to lose weight and get in shape. We broke the mold of traditional fitness training and incorporated a mix of weight training, strongman training, athletic conditioning, plyometrics and more. Try flipping large tractor tires, dragging and pushing sleds, tossing heavy medicine balls, lifting sandbags, performing athletic agility movements, sprinting, jumping…the list goes on. Each day is something different and at the end of the workout you will feel a sense of accomplishment, not to mention exhausted.

Don’t be intimidated, classes are designed to fit each individual’s fitness level. “It’s not where you start that matters it’s where you finish,” so even if you are a beginner the objective is to finish with accomplishing your very own fitness goals.

The Ikei Performance Warrior Fitness Workout Classes are 30 minute sessions being offered Monday-Friday with morning classes at 6:30-7:00, 8:45-9:15 and evening class at 5:30-6:00. We will also be offering a Saturday morning class at 8:45-9:15. Classes are open to everyone but limited to 12 participants per class and our Monday-Friday morning 8:45-9:15 classes are exclusively for women.

If you would like to learn more on our Warrior Fitness Workout Classes please email info@ikeiperformance.com or call 480.657.6937.

04 August 2008

Notre Dame Prep Linebacker Ryan Reardon Shares His Off-season Preparation with Ross Shimabuku on 3TV

Since the beginning of April, Notre Dame Prep Linebacker Ryan Reardon has been focused on making an impact on his future. It all began the day he showed up at Ikei Performance for his first day of training. “I really want to continue playing football at the next level and know that I have to work extremely hard during the off-season. I’ve been to many camps and combines where coaches seem to like me but a lot of them tell me that I need to gain weight,” explains Reardon as he is being interviewed by 3TV’s Ross Shimabuku. “I heard about Ikei Performance through Covaughn Deboskie and saw what they did for him and his brother during their summer training, so I decided to make a commitment and train where I can be pushed to the next level.”

All it took was a simple phone call to arrange a meeting with Ikei Performance coaches and the rest is history. Since starting his training program at Ikei Performance Reardon bulked himself up to a solid 217 lbs from an end of season weight of 185 lbs. His strength, speed, agility and conditioning are at new highs. In fact, he went from running a 5.0 second 40-yard dash to a 4.67 second personal best. “The commitment and sacrifice that Ryan has made to himself shows the level of maturity this young man has. He trains at our facility 6 days a week and twice at day at times. It’s like his second home and we’re proud to have him as part of our Ikei Performance Family. He’s a talented athlete and will be a force to be reckoned with this football season,” comments Ikei Performance Owner Chad Ikei.

Click on the links below to view Ryan’s interview with 3TV Ross Shimabuku:

Ryan interview with 3TV Ross Shimabuku

Ryan challenges Ross Shimabuku in conditioning circuit