this is not for everyone.
We offer a limited amount of memberships
This is because we work against the standard fitness business model. We will not sign up as many "clients" as possible and hope that most of them will not show up or soon quit. This is the Left Hand Path of Fitness. We seek only devoted, self motivated initiates and encourage them to train with us as often as possible. Please, first inquire as to whether or not your desired membership is available or if you would like to be added to the wait list.
One of the many ways we ensure Vengeance is the best gym in town is by maintaining a following of only the most dedicated members. We do this by keeping a cancel-anytime, open-door policy. Unlike most commercial gyms, we will never ask you to sign a yearly or monthly contract in order to keep you coming back. Our members are people who absolutely want to be here. Say goodbye to gyms full of unmotivated, grumpy, weak people who mentally checked out months ago.
All of our members are billed for their memberships on a monthly basis via autopay. Due to the fact they are not under a binding contract, they can easily cancel or switch between our three different types of membership: 3 times per week, unlimited, and open gym access once they have earned it.
we reward our members
Unlike any gym in the Nashville area (or really any that we know of), we are the only one which rewards its member's progress by significantly reducing their gym and coaching fees. Our reason for doing this is two fold:
People train much harder to meet their goals when they are incentivised. It's human nature. We want all of our members to be powerful examples of our training programs. Not only do we feel proud as we watch them transform before our eyes, but an incredibly fit membership base is a great way to attract inspired newcomers.
As our members become increasingly capable, it makes our job as strength coaches less demanding. Beginners are more time and energy consuming than their more experienced counterparts. The more advanced you become, the less you'll require of us--and we'll require less from you in return. It's simply a matter of doing what we think is right.