HammerFit Athletic Club is a unique and locally owned fitness concept—based on the idea that the best equipment and classes usually appeal to different people and that no one should pay for what they aren't using!


In addition to state-of-the-art Hammer Strength equipment, we are proud to offer a great personal training program and an exceptional group fitness program in our Motion Studio. All classes are led by the area's most in-demand, experienced instructors. You do not have to have a membership to attend our classes.


And, the best part...if you live locally....

      ...your first class with us is FREE!



Tel: 802.878.0444


21 Essex Way, Suite 115 
Essex Jct, Vermont 05452

Contact alicia@hammerfit.com for any gym, personal training,  party or class related questions.

HammerFit is located in the Essex Shoppes and Cinema complex off route 15 and i-289 in Essex Center, near Hannaford’s, The Essex Resort and Spa and the Links at Lang Farm. Only 2.5 miles from the Five Corners Intersection.

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Creating that body of your dreams is not going to happen overnight. It’s a process that takes patience and attention to detail. For these reasons, it’s important to have a few methods to give you feedback on your progress along the way. Utilize these 4 strategies together to keep accountable and maximize your potential so you can see that goal physique sooner.





Track Your Strength - If your lifts are going up in the gym, it may be a good indicator that you are doing the right things to improve your body composition. Write down all sets and reps while you work out so you have measurable goals every time you’re in the gym.




Take Measurements - Use a tape measure to measure your waist, chest, shoulders, arms, legs, etc. This can be recorded once a month or so.


Check the Scale - This shouldn’t be your only tool to track progress, but is another method that can be monitored over time. Remember, water retention and food will cause our body weight to fluctuate a few pounds throughout the day. Also, if you are gaining muscle and losing fat simultaneously, the number on the scale may not change much. Measure yourself a couple times a week, first thing in the morning, to be most consistent.





Check the Mirror / Take Progress Pictures - If improving your body composition is the main goal, increasing your own body awareness can be the best way to receive feedback on your progress. How we look in the mirror or photos over time, can reflect muscle gain and fat loss. Remember, food and water also play a part in our appearance on a day to day basis.


Seeing positive results is motivating and lets you know you are on the right track. Stalled or reversed progress lets your know your diet/training need to be adjusted. Try a combination of these strategies to help quantify results and achieve your body goals as efficiently as possible!


-Ethan Parent (ethan@hammerfit.com)






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