THRive Fitness

Welcome to THRive Fitness, New Tecumseth's leading fitness facility, located in Alliston. We specialize in personal training and small-group exercise classes and we are dedicated to helping you achieve your health and fitness goals.

Sometimes websites have an "About Us" page, but at THRive, we believe it's "About You." We are not a big-box gym or a facility staffed by trainers with a weekend's worth of education. We don't just focus on the number on the scale or the size of your waistline or how far you can run or on simply sculpting your muscles. Instead, we strive to get to know you so we can work to support your journey towards what it is that's important to you.

"Every journey begins with a single step."
- Chinese proverb

Our mission is to help you on your journey to elevate your health, improve your performance and achieve the results you want. Please take a look through our website and if you are serious about getting fit, improving your health and changing the way you live, then we hope you'll consider taking that first step with us. Or, if you're not sure how or even if we can help, we hope you'll contact us and at least ask some questions.

We are not like other gyms in this area or beyond. We strive to be different in 2 main ways:

  • We offer programs and services based on sound, proven scientific exercise principles. These programs and services are then backed up by extensive knowledge and experience of what works and what doesn't work.
  • We take a holistic approach to your health and well-being, with exercise and nutrition as the focal point. We look forward to hearing from you. Until then, choose well and be healthy!

Welcome to THRive's Member Profile:
Dave Flood

By Sandy Poitras

On any given early morning or evening at Thrive Fitness Studio you are bound to see Dave Flood running, jumping, lifting, pulling, pushing, throwing, climbing, crunching, spinning and everything in-between, all to the benefit of his health.

“I started three years ago,” says the CGA from Beeton, who has since lost about 30 pounds and gone on to podium at duathlons and trail run events.

Like many middle-aged people, he was active right up until post-secondary school. Then studies and work shifted his focus until, as he candidly admits with a slice of self-deprecating humour, “I got fat and out of shape.”

Three years ago Dave’s wife, LeeAnne Flood, had started attending Thrive Boot Camp and told him he would like it. Dave gave it a try, committing to one session per week. Eventually he added more, his wry reasoning being that, “Once a week just makes you hurt for three days.”