Kaizen (Japanese for “improvement” or “change for the better”) refers to a philosophy or practices that focus upon continuous improvement of processes. The Kaizen approach is one that is used frequently in business and when used in this sense and applied to fitness, kaizen refers to activities that continually improve all function and aims to eliminate waste.
Kaizen is the philosophy of Tee Major Fitness. We take large goals like weight loss and strength gains, and break them down into small attainable goals. We then spot and eliminate wasteful movements or “muri” and make small, systematic improvements. In all, our process suggests an efficient but humanized approach to fitness that strives to increase individual productivity during our journey to improve. We do not have “members”, we are not a social club. We do not have “clients”, this suggests we are not on a journey together and you only seek something from me. We will develop a mutual interdependence that is based on you investing in me, as I invest in you. We are in this together. Therefore, we are “Partners”.
Kaizen is a daily activity, the purpose of which goes beyond simple productivity improvement. It is also a philosophy that, when adhered to, can enhance our performance in sport, work, and even in our daily lives.
My commitment to you and to the world of health and fitness is to encourage participation in my philosophy and create an atmosphere that facilitates a bond so strong that there is no such thing as failure, only Kaizen. However, successful implementation requires understanding of our goals and Warrior Creed.