Member Testimonial: Ariel Lang Shares Her Story

The Ark enjoys the diversity of its members and it prides itself in the accomplishments of each of them. It is our goal, that everyone progresses towards their goals. For this reason we take into consideration the individual differences of our members and incorporate that into their training. 

Continue reading to learn how The Ark has helped Ariel Lang meet and surpass her fitness goals.

1. How long have you been training at The Ark? 

Three years.


2. What were your goals when you started and has The Ark helped you achieve them?

I joined The Ark three years ago with the goal of becoming stronger and more content with my body.

The Ark has been instrumental in helping me achieve, then exceed, these goals.

I’ve become stronger, faster, more flexible, and healthier than I ever thought I would be. This has given me confidence in my body and mind that carries over into all parts of my life.


3. What do you like most about our gym?

The diverse and supportive members, excellent programming, and community focus. The members of The Ark are all incredibly supportive of one another. It doesn’t matter what level you’re at, we’re all there to help each other excel and learn new skills. I look forward to going to the gym every day because I know I’ll get to see faces I love.

The coaches at The Ark spend a lot of time developing multi-faceted, intelligent, and FUN programming that’s accessible, yet challenging, to all fitness levels. 

Regardless of whether you want to focus on strength and conditioning, Olympic weightlifting, are working around an injury, or just walked in the door, there’s a track for you.

Too many gyms charge exorbitant fees that are cost prohibitive for a lot of community members. Michael has made an unparalleled effort to make fitness available to anyone that is interested through various forms of community outreach. When you join The Ark, you can be confident that you’re joining a gym with a conscience that is helping better the community.


4. What would you say to convince someone who’s thinking about joining?

Stop thinking about it and just do it already :)