At The Hub Gym, we focus first on the 3 elements of getting in shape: Nutrition, Training, and Accountability.

For Nutrition we recommend adequate protein, plenty of nutrient rich foods like meats, good supplements, healthy fats, and appropriate carbohydrates for what your goals are.

For Training we recommend starting with a routine you can follow for 3 days consistently. After that, we have simple workouts and training plans you can follow, or you can hire a trainer to help you with that!

For Accountability we offer first, our 90 day challenge, which begins after your first step. If you show up consistently for 90 days (3 days per week or 12 days a month) then you can get your next month free as a bonus!


The Hub Gym | Train! 3 Steps For Getting In Shape

If you’re looking to start a new exercise program at The Hub Gym and get in shape, you might be feeling overwhelmed. There are so many different routines to choose from, so many different diets out there that it can be hard to decide what’s best for your body. That’s why I’ve taken the guesswork out of it for you: just follow these three steps and get ready for results!


Step 1: Train

This is the most important step. You can’t get in shape without training, so it’s vital that you make it a priority. If you’re new to working out, start slowly and build up your fitness level at a pace that works for you. Typically, three times per week is plenty to start with; aim for one more session each month until you reach five days per week of exercise.

Working out with a friend or trainer is also an excellent way to stay motivated and accountable, as we will get into. They should be there to help you grow, stay safe, and feel confident. It’s up to you what kind of exercises or equipment are best suited for your goals, and we are happy to help you find that. This is a huge focus for our team at The Hub Gym, to give you tools necessary to train right.


Step 2: Eat

Now that you have your plan in order and know what to do, it’s time to get started. You’ll want to make sure your diet is on point so you can see results.

  • Eat enough protein. Protein is an essential part of building muscle, so it’s important that you consume at least 1 gram per pound of body weight every day. Any more than this will not yield any noticeable additional benefits.
  • Eat enough calories. It may sound counterintuitive but eating too much can actually stall your progress since having too many calories will cause your body to store them as fat instead of using them for building muscle.
  • Eat enough carbs without going overboard on them (especially starchy ones). Studies have found a moderate amount of carbs does not inhibit strength gains or increase body fat—it simply provides fuel for workouts!
  • Avoid bad fats like trans fats as much as possible; these are found primarily in processed junk food like chips and cookies.
  • Consume fiber-rich foods such as fruits and vegetables (the kind we all know are good for us), whole grains such as oats or quinoa, nuts/seeds etc.


The correct diet is the one that you are going to stick with. If you know you hate eating vegetables but love rice, then a low-carb diet isn’t going to work for you. Set yourself up for success by finding what works best in terms of your own lifestyle. We find that there are four main diet categories people follow: Paleo, Ancestral, Classic Macro Based, and If It Fits Your Macros. Most others seem to be too restrictive or too frustrating to follow.


Step 3: Accountability

The final step to get in shape is accountability. This is where you’re going to make a commitment to yourself and your goals. It’s time for you to put up or shut up! I believe that if you tell someone else what it is that you are trying to accomplish, then there will be less of an opportunity for excuses and reasons why not. Telling someone else makes it real and tangible, rather than just something that’s floating around in your head or written down on paper (which sometimes doesn’t even happen). When I was training to lose weight and get in shape again, I told everyone around me what my goal was so they could hold me accountable. When people asked how my training was going and whether or not I was where I wanted to be yet, they were actually asking whether or not they could count on me. This helped keep me honest with myself as well as with others when it came to working on my goals. Part of this is why we implemented our 90 day Hub Challenge.This challenge gives you 90 days to work on your results, see your progress, and if you show up consistently, get your fourth month for free!

In the end, you’re the only one who can hold yourself accountable for your goals, no matter what they are. If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.



If you have a goal to get in shape, then you must be ready for the hard work and dedication that it requires. Results come from consistency—not one workout here and there, but rather making it a habit of your life. Goals are set by looking into your future self and deciding what kind of person you want to become. The result is achieved when the goal has been reached (or surpassed), which can be as simple as committing yourself more fully next time around!

The best way to start getting in shape is by setting up a routine, whether it’s going running with your friends or joining an improv class at night after work. Keep track of how much progress you’ve made so far; even if it doesn’t seem like much now, sticking with things will help keep momentum going until those pounds start dropping off!


If you follow these 3 steps to get in shape, you will definitely be able to achieve the results you want.

If you follow these 3 steps to get in shape, you will definitely be able to achieve the results you want.

  1. Train!
  2. Eat right!
  3. Be accountable!


Do these right and you will get in the shape you want!