The Training For Warriors system is a fitness program originally created for some of the best combat athletes in the world more than 15 years ago. But over that time, it was recognized that the training methods of the TFW system can benefit anyone looking to lose fat, build muscle and feel good. Now with 200 affiliate locations in 30 countries, tens of thousands of people per day are using the TFW system to bring their fitness to another level.
Fair Lawn had the privilege of being the home training facility for Martin Rooney, the Founder of TFW when he worked here back in the mid to late 2000’s. Currently Rich Sadiv is the Training for Warriors Instructor Emeritus for the program and continues the march forward with a robust adult program which is proven to help build muscle and burn fat.
After over a decade of proving TFW can increase the performance and self-esteem of the world’s top athletes, people realized that you do not have to be a fighter to use the TFW system, but you do have to want to Bring Out The Warrior Within. At TFW, we define a warrior as anyone that is prepared to work hard and develop oneself in an effort to battle against his or her particular challenges in life. The daily workouts of the TFW system are designed to develop the muscular strength and mental fortitude for you to take on those challenges.
What separates the TFW system from other training programs is its holistic approach to training. Although TFW encompasses detailed warmups, speed training, strength training, endurance training, flexibility work and nutrition all of which are based on a comprehensive evaluation process, perhaps the most important component of the system is its motivational approach. The training modalities are all applied based on the 12 guiding principles that are the philosophical foundation of the TFW system. As a result of this principle-centered approach, the TFW system offers endless variety while still focused on producing constant gains. TFW is not designed as a sport or competition, but focuses on you competing against yourself.