• Training in SLC
  • Upon registration annual members will receive by mail a special edition Gym Jones T–shirt for Salvation members only.

Ours is a small project, with a single location. To train here you have to be here, permanently or temporarily. As well as our two–day seminars we offer several long–term training options.

The objective of your visit determines the type of training, its quantity (number of sessions per day and week), duration, program design, and fees. All training at Gym Jones is directed. Individuals work one–on–one with a coach or train with a group under the coach’s guidance. Training programs are designed to suit individual or group requirements.

While seminars are open to the public, eligibility for long–term training is decided through conversation and assessment. Our resources are limited and the spirit and attitude of the gym will remain as it is, hence not everyone will fit in. Not everyone will be accepted as a client. Read the “Clarity” knowledge article to learn more.

Due to varied individual objectives and requirements we do not post prices. To learn more about long–term training at Gym Jones send an e–mail to redemption@gymjones.com or call (801–244–7650).

long–term training
  • Mini–camp visits from 3–14 days
  • Long–camp visits from 21–days to several months
  • Long–term training for local residents
CERTIFICATION prerequisites:
  • Completion of the following Gym Jones Seminars:
  • Gym Jones “Fundamentals”
  • Gym Jones “Intermediate Level Programming”
  • Gym Jones “Advanced Program Design & Theory”
  • Full applicant package
  • Proof of training hours (logs, specific data)
  • Interview with Gym Jones
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TODAY IN THE GYM
A new 'FYF' video has been posted to the website: 'FYF' 12-20-13. It is available to view here in the calendar or you can also access it through the gallery section. It is available to Full and Limited Members only.

Here is the workout featured in the video:
Workout:
2x5 Wall Squat
2x10 Air Squat
2x5 Jump Squat
3x10 Goblet Squat (one set each @ 16kg, 20kg, 24kg)
Then:
Work up to Squat load below
Then:
2x FS @ 225# +
2x BS @ 225# +
3x FS @ 185# +
3x BS @ 185# +
5x FS @ 135# +
5x BS @ 135#
Yes, that's 20 reps per set
Pause between positions only as long as it takes to strip plates or move the bar - bonus points if you Jerk it from front to back
Five sets
Rest two minutes between sets
Then:
30m Sled Push
Work up to a heavy load (expect the little guys to drop out eventually). Keep going until it gets nearly impossible to finish a lap.
Then:
Cool down


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