Art & Strength offers group exercise classes, semi-private and personal training, as well as artwork, by Dan Cenidoza. Dan Cenidoza is a personal trainer, professional strongman and owner of Art & Strength. He has a degree from Towson University in exercise science, is a former winner of the Maryland Strongest Man competition and trains people of all ages and walks of life. Dan and his wife Jessica have 5 children.
Dan's mission: To instruct and inspire people to live stronger, healthier lives. As a trainer, Dan specializes in strength & conditioning and the use of kettlebells, barbells, bodyweight and functional movement training. As a strongman, he does feats of strength and motivational speaking to inspire his audience. As an artist, he hand bends steel sculpture he calls Iron Bonsai bringing a message of strength and physical culture to Baltimore.
What is Art & Strength?
Art & Strength is a 1600sqft training studio with quality equipment and top-notch coaching. No frills, no gimmicks and no training fads. We use the tools that have withstood the test of time and a type of training that produces superior fitness results. We are made up of men and women, young and old, recreational and professional, all sharing the same pursuit of health and strength. Art & Strength - Where Strength is an Art Form
Be-More Training is a fitness philosophy that focuses on the idea that you can Be-More. It is the pursuit of health and strength. It is the physical culture in all its representations. Through physical training we build more than just a strong body. Be-More Training - Look Better, Feel Better, Be-More - describes a journey in fitness. It starts with a desire to look better. That desire motivates us to train and as the body improves we begin to feel better. It is empowering mentally, physically and spiritually. This is a process of self improvement as we become better versions of ourselves through training. Train to Be-More.
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Kettlebell Classes Strongman Training for men and women Personal Training for fatloss & muscle gain