Train Smarter, Not Harder
- Decreased body fat
- Increased appearance of muscle tone
- Increase strength
- Increased athletic performance
- Decreased aches and pain
- Improved quality of sleep
- Improved energy levels
- Improved mood
- Improved quality of movement
- Reduction in medications needed for management of pain and/or diabetes, blood pressure, etc
This is exactly why we say, “Give us two hours a week and we’ll change your life!”
Meet our Coaches
As an elite level Powerlifter, Jim pushed his body to the limit for years, and now understands the difference between working out to be healthy, and working out to achieve a high level performance goal, and he want to help others do the same. Jim has a reputation for two things: getting more results from less work, and getting his clients both strong and healthy. Jim’s motto of “Training Smarter, Not Harder” has earned him the respect and recommendation of numerous orthopedic surgeons and physical therapists.
Lucy Hendricks is a graduate of the Lexington Healing Arts Academy Personal Training program and a current Student Massage Therapist. She has her FMS certification and is also a certified Restorative Breathing Coach. She is a bright, young coach who, at the age of 24, has already had the opportunity to study underneath great coaches and physical therapists like Jim Laird, Sarah Martin, Lois Laynee, Mike Robertson and Bill Hartman.
Lucy’s journey into personal training and her passion for helping clients started with an internship with Jim Laird five years ago, and she hasn’t looked back since. For the last four years, she’s been an integral part of the GYM Laird Strength and Conditioning team, working with hundreds of clients each week, making a huge impact in all of their lives. Lucy is very passionate about helping clients move and feel better through good movement and sound nutrition, and is excited to continue expanding her knowledge in the years to come.
We encourage ALL new clients to attend our Orientation before they begin taking our class. Orientations are EVERY Saturday at 12 pm and last for approximately an hour. Please wear workout clothes and feel free to bring water and a mat or towel if you’d like as we may put you through an assessment during the Orientation. Also, please check our website in the unlikely event that we have a schedule change. Contact us anytime with questions.
Monday: 6am / 10am / 5pm / 6pm / 7pm
Tuesday: 9am / 5pm / 6pm
Wednesday: 6am / 10am / 5pm / 6pm / 7pm
Thursday: 9am / 5pm / 6pm
Friday: 6am / 10am / 5pm
Saturday: 10am / 11am / 12pm Orientation