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  • Book Goal Setting Call | Iron Society

    BOOK A GOAL SETTING CALL SELECT YOUR COACH: Brandon Emmie Chris Haley Derek Shayla

  • Iron Society | Online Fitness Coaching

    NO FADS. JUST RESULTS. TRAINING AND NUTRITION FOR EVERY GOAL, EVERY LEVEL, EVERY LIFESTYLE. GET STARTED GET STARTED LIFESTYLE COACHING CUSTOM, GOAL-ORIENTED COACHING FOR YOUR GOALS, YOUR NEEDS, AND YOUR LIFE FIND OUT MORE Competition Coaching SCIENCE-BASED, NO-BS BODYBUILDING COACHING FOR AMATEURS TO PROS FIND OUT MORE The Project MONTHLY TRAINING SYSTEM + COACHING GUIDANCE FIND OUT MORE FIND YOUR PLAN NOT SURE WHICH PLAN IS BEST FOR YOU? TAKE OUR QUICK QUIZ! TAKE THE QUIZ IT'S DIFFERENT HERE. CLIENT SUCCESS WE BUILT THIS FOR YOU . Staying dedicated is easy when you have us "in your pocket"! Your Iron Society app makes following your plan a breeze. You will know exactly what to do, when to do it, and how to do it. And when you have questions? We're right here in an instant. SYNC SEAMLESSLY WITH OUR COACHES WORK WITH US Chris McGowan IFBB Pro, CPPS, ISSA CPT, CNC Shayla Rog CPPS, ISSA CPT, CNC Emmie Agee NASM CPT, CNC Haley Brucato CSCS / BS Exercise Physiology Brandon Roth B.S. Exercise Science, ACSM-EP, PSL1; Skill Acquisition Derek Morgan PTA, 12 Years Training Experience Chris McGowan IFBB Pro, CPPS, ISSA CPT, CNC Shayla Rog CPPS, ISSA CPT, CNC Emmie Agee NASM CPT, CNC Haley Brucato CSCS / BS Exercise Physiology Brandon Roth B.S. Exercise Science, ACSM-EP, PSL1; Skill Acquisition Derek Morgan PTA, 12 Years Training Experience Chris McGowan IFBB Pro, CPPS, ISSA CPT, CNC Shayla Rog CPPS, ISSA CPT, CNC Emmie Agee NASM CPT, CNC Haley Brucato CSCS / BS Exercise Physiology Brandon Roth B.S. Exercise Science, ACSM-EP, PSL1; Skill Acquisition Derek Morgan PTA, 12 Years Training Experience Chris McGowan IFBB Pro, CPPS, ISSA CPT, CNC Shayla Rog CPPS, ISSA CPT, CNC Emmie Agee NASM CPT, CNC Haley Brucato CSCS / BS Exercise Physiology Brandon Roth B.S. Exercise Science, ACSM-EP, PSL1; Skill Acquisition Derek Morgan PTA, 12 Years Training Experience Chris McGowan IFBB Pro, CPPS, ISSA CPT, CNC Shayla Rog CPPS, ISSA CPT, CNC Emmie Agee NASM CPT, CNC Haley Brucato CSCS / BS Exercise Physiology Brandon Roth B.S. Exercise Science, ACSM-EP, PSL1; Skill Acquisition Derek Morgan PTA, 12 Years Training Experience SUBSCRIBE TIPS, PROMOS + THE LATEST IRON SOCIETY UPDATES SUBSCRIBE YOU'RE ALL SET! Your information is safe. We will never sell your information to anyone. (And we won't spam your inbox either)

  • Book Coaching Call | Iron Society

    BOOK YOUR COACHING CALL SELECT YOUR COACH: Brandon Emmie Chris Haley Derek Shayla

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  • CONSULT CALL

    Consult Calls are a great way to chat more about your history, your goals, and find out which program will be the best for you and your needs! You will have the opportunity to ask questions about training, nutrition, and anything else you would like clarity on. ** Please make sure you grab a pen and paper and find a quiet spot to take the call. ** All calls are 100% confidential on our end. We ensure your information is always safe with us. Consults are $50 for a 30-minute session, and you will receive a $50 voucher code at the end of your call to apply towards the program of your choice. - Use FILTER on calendar page to select coach - Browse available TIMESLOTS on calendar page and continue to checkout - If you have been provided a DISCOUNT CODE, enter it at checkout (if applicable)

  • POSING WITH CHRIS

    1-Hour In-Person Posing Session w/ Chris Available divisions: - Men's Physique - Men's Classic Physique - Men's Bodybuilding - Women's Figure - Women's Physique - Women's Bodybuilding Location must be provided by you and listed in booking form. Please verify with location that they allow posing to occur, and that the space is appropriate. * Please note: Locations must be within a 20 mile radius of area code 14903 in New York to fall within the regular pricing. Locations outside of this will be an additional $15/per 15 miles, per session. Please contact us before payment/booking if the location is more than 20 miles away.

  • APPLICANT CALL

    Applicant calls allow us to gather more information about you and your goals. ** Please make sure you grab a pen and paper and find a quiet spot to take the call. ** All calls are 100% confidential on our end. We ensure your information is always safe with us. - Browse available TIMESLOTS on calendar page and continue to booking confirmation - Please reach out if you are not available during any of our open timeslots, and we will find a time that works for you!

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  • May 2024 Client of the Month

    Our Iron Society Client of the Month is: Haley R! Every month, we celebrate one of our Iron Society clients who has had an exceptional month! Beyond physical progress, we take into account multiple factors, such as: TRAINING CONSISTENCY NUTRITION CONSISTENCY COMMITMENT COACHABILITY SUPPORT OF OTHERS OVERALL POSITIVE ATTITUDE The winner each month is someone who is dedicated and embodies what we stand for at Iron Society. Haley started working with Coach Shayla in our Project Badass program in November 2021. Since then we have gone through structured metabolic, building, and cutting phases to achieve her physique goals, explode her strength, and get her maintenance calories way up! Haley is an absolute force to be reckoned with and there is not a single week that goes by where she isn’t dedicated to her goals and passionate about becoming the best she can be. Every aspect, every “small” task, every checkbox - Haley is on it. Every new challenge - she’s ready and excited to take it on. (If you follow us on Instagram and watch our stories, you’ve seen her crazy progress over the past couple of years.) But behind the scenes, I’ve seen the pure work ethic and drive and positive attitude. Zero complaints and zero excuses. Just hard work and pushing her limits. Tell us a little bit about you! I am 39 year old Canadian who works as a teacher during the day and a video gamer at night. When I’m not educating or hitting the gym, I’m taking care of my two senior dogs who are always keeping my busy. What is the most rewarding part of your health and fitness journey? Knowing that I had so much potential to push myself and trusting the process to achieve the results I have today. What positive changes have you experienced as you focus on your goals? The biggest thing was focusing on myself. It was a roller coaster ride for years of trying to figure out what I wanted in life but finding the right focus and support has changed my life so much and I am happier. What is one tip or piece of advice you would give to someone just getting started on their own fitness journey? Give it time. Changes don’t happen overnight, so stick to it and push yourself every day. What challenges have you faced that you have had to overcome, or are working to overcome? My biggest challenge is how I see myself. I have low confidence in myself and overcoming the mental downs is my biggest nemesis. What's your favorite exercise to go in and crush during a workout? Barbell Flat Bench If you had to eat one meal, for the same meal, every day, what would it be? Pizza and French fries! What goal or situation in your life prompted you to join Iron Society? My goal was to get lean and build muscle. It was by luck that I found Shayla through an online contest and since then we’ve been a hell of a team :)

  • April 2024 Client of the Month

    Our Iron Society Client of the Month is: Kurt P.! Every month, we celebrate one of our Iron Society clients who has had an exceptional month! Beyond physical progress, we take into account multiple factors, such as: TRAINING CONSISTENCY NUTRITION CONSISTENCY COMMITMENT COACHABILITY SUPPORT OF OTHERS OVERALL POSITIVE ATTITUDE The winner each month is someone who is dedicated and embodies what we stand for at Iron Society. Kurt has been working with Coach Chris in our Lifestyle Coaching program for over a year now. Kurt’s dedication has led him to change not only his body but his mindset around his health and fitness! Despite Kurt having a very busy schedule with work, his attention to detail, full transparent communication, and perseverance is top-notch when it comes to getting things done and pushing himself to achieve his goals. Each week he shows up and throws everything he has at his workouts, nutrition, and all of the small acts in between. Tell us a little bit about you! Software Engineer. Hobbies include weightlifting, glass art. Interests: dogs!, nature, art, history, travel, calligraphy, photography, finance, science & tech, cars, metal machining, food What is the most rewarding part of your health and fitness journey? Being in the best shape of my life What positive changes have you experienced as you focus on your goals? Getting stronger, losing weight, eating healthier, being healthier, increased discipline, increased confidence What is one tip or piece of advice you would give to someone just getting started on their own fitness journey? Seek professional help! No, not that kind. ;-) Find a very skilled and knowledgeable trainer to guide you on your journey. I have tried many times to get in shape, but after not seeing results and not being being sure whether I was doing the things correctly I would become frustrated and quit. Being able to rely on an expert that knows what to do allows you to eliminate the doubt, confusion, and decisions and just focus on doing the work with the assurance that your coach has got your back and will keep you on track. You don't have to do this alone. What challenges have you faced that you have had to overcome, or are working to overcome? Schedule. I try to get to the gym before work as it is the only time I can go and not have to worry about work interfering, which means learning to get up at 5 am. I am very much a night owl, so getting up early and going to bed early is tough for me to do consistently, but I enjoy being in the gym and how I feel after I have gone, so it's worth it. What's your favorite exercise to go in and crush during a workout? I have a few favorite exercises, but honestly my favorite part is when I can block out my surroundings, clear my mind, focus on my technique, and establish a mind-muscle connection. It's a form of meditation that I really enjoy and look forward to. If you had to eat one meal, for the same meal, every day, what would it be? Steak What goal or situation in your life prompted you to join Iron Society? After the death of my father I decided I needed to make some big changes in my life. It became important to me to get in shape and get healthy so I can be active and independent for as long possible. I didn't expect weightlifting would become a favorite hobby and daily activity that would bring the biggest changes of my entire life, but it did.

  • 5 Healthy Vacation & Travel Tips

    We know vacations and travel can feel a bit stressful when you think about your fitness goals. You may be worried about not being able to stick to your routine. But remember that your fitness routine should work with you and your life - including travel! Heading out of town can be stressful enough. (Hello airports we’re looking at you. ✈) Don’t pile on extra stress over fitness. (Now, obviously the type of travel + your current goals will dictate your approach. A once-a-year vacation should be much more loose vs. traveling for work every other week. And if you’re in the middle of a strict fat loss phase or bodybuilding prep, you will need to be more structured.) Here are a few easy-to-implement tips to keep in mind, to help you enjoy your time AND feel good when the trip is over! 🍴 1) THE 2/3 RULE This is a great guideline whether you are on vacation or on a business trip. When possible, plan to grab a few groceries after you arrive so that you can make some meals ‘at home’. Aim to make balanced meals for 2 out of 3 main meals each day. (Getting protein and nutrient-dense foods in daily will help a lot with feeling satiated and not overeating too much.) Then allow yourself to fully enjoy that brunch extravaganza or hit up that amazing local restaurant for dinner! ⭐ Bonus: This tip will also save a lot of money vs. eating out for every meal. 💧 2) STAY HYDRATED Keep your water intake up! You may even want to increase a bit beyond your usual goal (typically half your bodyweight in ounces is a standard goal to aim for), especially if you will be out in the sun or drinking alcohol, as both are dehydrating. Staying hydrated will help with digestion, and can reduce that “puffiness” you may experience if you are eating at restaurants, where meals are typically higher in sodium. ⭐ Bonus tip: If you will be drinking alcohol, aim to drink a glass of water in between each drink. 🍹 🚶🏽‍♂️ 3) STAY ACTIVE This doesn’t mean you need to hit the gym every day (but if checking out a new gym is part of the fun, we’ve got you covered with custom travel workouts for our Coaching clients or quick on-demand ‘On The Go’ plans for our clients enrolled in Project Savage and Project Badass!). Keeping movement in your day can be as simple as walking instead of grabbing an Uber, or getting in a relaxing yoga session on your hotel balcony. ⭐ Bonus tip: Travel is the perfect time to slow down a bit and take care of yourself. Stretching and mobility work is really easy to skip over in our busy lives, but it's so important for overall health and longevity. Allow yourself this time to incorporate some physical movement you might otherwise not get in, and it just might jumpstart you making it a steady part of your week. 🌈 4) EAT THE RAINBOW Whether you are eating meals you’ve made yourself, or out at a restaurant, aim to choose meals that are full of color! This will almost guarantee that you will be getting in a nice mix of vegetables and fruit, helping you get in important micronutrients and fiber. Not only will this help with feeling great overall, but these foods aid in digestion - which is ultra important if you will be eating foods you don't usually eat. 🤙🏽 5) DON’T STRESS And most importantly, allow yourself to relax! Rest and recovery are not only important for our bodies, but also for our minds. Developing good habits around fitness and living a healthy life is meant to enrich your life - not strip away all fun. And a handful of days will not undo year-round dedication. (Don’t be that person forcing your family not to get ice cream because you ‘don’t want to be tempted by bad food’. 🍦 You should enjoy with them if you desire.) There is a time and place for structure and routine, and a time and place to slow down the pace a bit. Does getting healthy feel like a stressful, all-or-nothing mountain to climb? Want to learn how to develop a happy, balanced lifestyle - that allows you to reach your fitness goals in a way that works with your life? That's our specialty! 👋🏽 We would love to chat more about what your needs are, and where you want to go. Send us a message and we'll get in touch to schedule a chat! (100% no pressure chat, we're here to answer your questions and help you break through some roadblocks.) You can also click here to check out our Lifestyle Coaching program.

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