A systematic approach to strength, fitness and movement
Schedule Design

Gravity is not a gym.  Below provides some simple examples of how our schedule is designed to accommodate all health and fitness needs, allowing for improvements to happen if you attended the 3x per week (as recommended by health Canada) or will provide for attendance everyday without over-training if desired at no extra cost.  

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Calisthenics is a form of physical training focused on teaching you to master your own bodyweight using minimal equipment.

The word comes from the Greek, Kalli ('Beautiful') and Sthenos ('Strength’) and dates back to 600-400 BC when Spartan soldiers used it as their primary training method.


Gravity Laboratory was established to enable you practice the art and leverage the science of beautiful strength movements.

Whether you want to develop core strength and lean muscle mass, learn a new skill such as a front lever or human flag, or you want to explore the most natural form of physical training so you can do a workout anytime, anywhere, Gravity Laboratory has everything you need.


Calisthenics provides a total package. Body and mind working together - developing strength, power, mobility, flexibility, balance and stamina in a natural, joint-friendly manner.


Calisthenics training represents exercise in its most natural form and combines strength training and basic gymnastic movements that can be done anywhere.


Conceptually simple - which is part of its beauty - calisthenics has been tried and tested over millennia leaving no doubt that it delivers exceptional results in all facets; movement, strength, balance, coordination etc.  A toned, athletic physique is an inevitable and natural by product of focusing on what your body can do.


The great thing about progressive bodyweight training is that with consistent training at an appropriate intensity, the two come together. You get a box full of gravity defying movement skills and, an athletic physique.


To be successful in calisthenics you must learn to use the body as an integrated unit instead of individual and isolated muscles. This is good news as exposing yourself to exercises that require you to transfer force from hands, through trunk to feet (and vice versa) means a huge potential return when it comes to functional movement and robustness. Calisthenics will serve you well now, and into the latter years of your life.

Learning movement competency and developing strength with Calisthenics 
Youth Member Performing Strict Form Ring Muscle-up to L-Sit