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How do I join and get started?

Head to our Membership page and choose an option that works for you!

You can also book a free trial; come see the facility, experience the coaching and immerse yourself in our community!


What makes Bench Community Fitness different??

We are locally owned and purpose built to make an impact on the health and happiness in Lincoln and the surrounding area.

You're not just a number here, everyone knows your name. We're a community of like-minded people that wants you to show up and supports each other on this journey to live better lives - with no judgement or criticism along the way!

How many days per week should I attend?

If you're a beginner and just starting out then 2-4 times per week will be enough to see results and allow you to adjust.

You'll be sore some days, so allow yourself recovery days between training sessions at first - over the course of the following months work up towards 5 days per week if you want to maximize!


What should I expect in class?

Each class is led by qualified coaches. We always start together with a warm-up designed to activate the muscles being used in the workout.
The coach will brief on the group on the workout, the movements, and the proper form. During the workout, the coach will be guiding and providing instruction.

At the end of class, we will cool down together to accelerate recovery and reduce potential injury.


Do I need to already be fit to join??

Nope! Most of our members start just like you. We assess each new members fitness level. Then our workouts are "universally scaled", with a different version of each days workout designed for every level.

As you level up you can take on more challenging variants of the workout if you desire.


How does the program work?

We offer an exciting, challenging and varied programming which will keep it fun! The workouts are published in advance
Some days are more strength focused where will focus on our lifts; barbell squats, kettlebell swings and olympic lifts will be included.
Other days, we may focus on cardio & conditioning with rowers and bikes. Some days are focused on body weight movements like pushups, sit-ups, and pull-ups. Some days are a mix of everything!

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