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Ive been going to BA2 and working with Cade and Roger for 6 months. In that time, I have made some huge improvements and cut my insulin usage in half.

Dessa Burton

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I have been coming to BA2 traininng for 4 to 5 years now. I absolutely love the place and the atmosphere. The coaches at BA2 are amazing they have been helping me reach each of my goals for all the endeavors I do. I really cant thank Cade and Roger for all the help they have given me on my fitness journey. its about being BA2 strong baby.

Dominic McRoberts

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I started going to BA2 over a year ago with my knees popping out while in wresting practice. I had tried everything from taping to braces until my chiropractor suggested personal training. I began working with Cade and saw improvements very soon after. I no longer needed tape or braces and continued to work with Cade and Roger through 1 National Wrestling Championship, 2 State Championships, and 4 All-American selections by my sophomore year.

Kolter Burton

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I started going to the gym by myself at P.F. for 4 months with little to no progress. I had back and knee pain, and no clue what I was doing. I had given up. Then I got with Kobe, and some help from Roger and Cade with a goal to feel better and move some heavy weight. We started by working away from my poor self taught form and muscle imbalances. In 6 months I had trimmed enough fat into muscle to to loose 25-30 pounds, and increased my maxes significantly. I currently have no back or knee pain, and am very excited to see my future and BA2.

Brandon Page

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I started at BA2 a couple years ago when ISU's general facilities were not cutting it. I got connected with Cade through my own weightlifting coach and was welcomed into a great, supportive environment. My training for competitions didn't miss a beat, this allowed me to further my USAW state records and train harder for national competitions. I have even been able to share my 7 years of Olympic weightlifting experience with some other athletes.

Nate Erickson

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