Frequently Asked Questions

As with any new activity involving exercise, consulting with your doctor is always best. Our trainers are certified, and can generally work with many common medical conditions. Strength training has been shown to improve blood sugar levels, reduce cancer risks, improve flexibility and mobility, help prevent osteoporosis, and increase overall lifespan.

We’ve had numerous clients be very successful after various different joint replacement surgeries. Our system only provides as much resistance as you’re willing to put in and operates in a limited range of motion, which minimizes the risk of any injury. In addition, since our protocol engages the supporting musculature around the affected joint (wherever it may be), flexibility and mobility of that area should improve.

No matter how weak you may think you are, we have a program that can help you to promote muscle growth to build strength. Our system measures the amount of force you can produce and is able to match you every step of the way.

Absolutely! We’ve based our exercise protocols on research from leading fitness scientists. During your session, our medical-grade machine helps your muscles rapidly approach the point where they signal a need for growth.

Generally speaking, the majority of the population doesn’t get “bulky” from proper exercise in the absence of steroid use. Women, in particular, are very unlikely to bulk up.

Our protocol strives to fully fatigue your muscles. With that fatigue comes a need for recovery – during which time the body rebuilds the old muscle and starts building new muscle. Because of this, we do not recommend more workouts, as they would not provide the body with enough time to recover.

You never will with QuickHIT; our sessions are totally private with a certified HIT specialist. During your time at our facility, you have the trainer’s full attention. There are no other machines, no other strangers staring, or even other people to compare yourself to. At QuickHIT, you’re only competing with yourself!

You’re never too old. Our system will meet you where you’re at, and will chart your progress for you so that you can look back and see how far you’ve come.

Slow, high-intensity training has been widely researched for bone density in the hip and leg joints, showing not just maintenance, but actual increases in bone density.

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