Latitude 32 Fitness
Simply put, to us, training means setting a goal and using a systemized program in order to reach it.
Latitude 32 Fitness is committed to creating a safe and friendly environment. We don't judge and there are no cliques. We are a melting-pot of people with different but similar interests who want to lead a healthier life.
Latitude 32 Fitness wants to change the perception of functional fitness. We do not rely on man-made machines. It's important for everyone to know how to squat, lunge, run, throw, push, pull, and hinge properly.
We have noticed a trend that most people do not know how to properly sit down to a chair (squat). Not to mention the correct way to bend over and pick up something from the floor while keeping your back straight. Proper coaching can prevent a lot of injuries. Our members have seen amazing results with our coaching.
One strong core value we have embedded is "Form before Performance". This is our belief that it is the foundation for all positive results, from athletics to weight-loss. At Latitude 32 Fitness we set our moral compass towards educating and helping our members achieve their goals. We have grown together by making our members the priority.
El Cajon ( el kə-HOHN, American Spanish: [el kaˈxon]; Spanish: El Cajón, meaning "the box") is a city in San Diego County, California, United States, 17 mi (27 km) east of downtown San Diego. The city takes its name from Rancho El Cajón, which was in turn named for the box-like shape of the valley that surrounds the city, which is also the origin of the city's common nickname of "the Box". == Name == El Cajón, Spanish for "the box", was first recorded on September 10, 1821, as an alternative name for sitio rancho Santa Mónica to describe the "boxed-in" nature of the valley in which it sat. The name appeared on maps in 1873 and 1875, shortened to "Cajon", until the modern town developed, in which the post office was named "El Cajon". In 1905, the name was once again expanded to "El Cajon" under the insistence of California banker and historian Zoeth Skinner Eldredge.