NewEthic Strength & Conditioning is Hampton Road’s Dedicated Vegan Gym. It is a training facility with indoor and outdoor areas for strength training, mobility work, and endurance drills. It operated in Oakland, California for 5 years and just moved to Virginia in 2020. Using dynamic, functional fitness, and a goal oriented approach, The owner, Ed Bauer, will help you get stronger, leaner, happier and more comfortable in your skin. Ed supports everyone’s individual path. As a judgement free, inclusive space, he is LGBTQ friendly, and welcomes all backgrounds and body types. Also, people do not need to be fit to start exercising. Whether you have been working out for years or have never set foot inside of a gym, you will feel at home here.
With nearly 20 years of sports nutrition behind him, he advocates a drug-free, vegan lifestyle for a variety of reasons, but respect all choices. The mission of this gym is to create a new ethic of care and compassion, not only for our individual selves, but for the world around us, including all people, all animals, and our environment. With every person that walks in the door, this community will grow, transform, and redefine any limitations that were previously perceived. I invite you to join me, share in this community, set a new Personal Record, and be part of this change.
Owner: Ed Bauer
Ed Bauer started weightlifting in 1995, with encouragement from his father, a competitive powerlifter. This is when he learned the importance of exercise on overall health. He became vegan one year later after learning about the inhumane practices that are involved in raising animals for food. Combining these two interests led to an understanding of plant-based nutrition and sports performance. In 2006, he became a Certified Personal Trainer. In 2010, he became a Champion Bodybuilder. He owned and operated PlantFit Training Studio for two years in Portland, OR before moving to Oakland, California in October 2013. After spending a year in the area, the time was right to open a new fitness facility. In January 2015, Ed opened NewEthic Strength & Conditioning in Oakland. In December 2019, Ed packed up the gym and drove across the country to his new home of Norfolk, VA. He now trains multiple classes at NewEthic. As a Fitness Nutrition Coach, he offers counseling on how to lose fat, increase muscle, and obtain optimal health and wellness on any diet. With 25 years as a vegan, 15 years as a Certified Personal Trainer, and 10 years as a CrossFit Level One and Two Trainer (CF-L1 and CF-L2), he can help you achieve your goals. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
CrossFit Level Two (CF-L2) Trainer
CrossFit Level One (CF-L1) Trainer
CrossFit Powerlifting Trainer
CrossFit Mobility Trainer
USAW Level 1 Sport Performance Coach
TRX Suspension Training Course Certified (L1)
Certified Personal Trainer, American Council on Exercise (ACE)
Certified Personal Trainer, National Exercise and Sports Trainers Association (NESTA)
Certified Fitness Nutrition Coach, National Exercise and Sports Trainers Association (NESTA)
CPR, AED, American Red Cross
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