SAN ANTONIO -- Intense workouts and pushing your body to the max in a garage-style gym: That's what you'll find at Warhouse Strength and Conditioning.
The gym has athletes of all skill levels, and they can attend the same class.
"I've been doing this for nine years, and it's still tough," said 62-year-old Joanne Mosely.
She's one of the more mature members of the gym, but she keeps up.
Before Joanne started this type of intense workout, she rarely exercised. However, as her age crept up on her, she knew she needed a change.
"When I was 54 I found myself not being to get up off the floor. I would get winded dusting under tables," she said.
That all changed when Joanne started the rigorous workouts.
"I don't get tired as often I used to," she said.
The pain she had in her shoulder, knees and hips also disappeared.
57-year-old Becky Walker's age doesn't stop her either. The once-avid marathon runner needed a fitness routine that would be easier on the joints. She joined Warhouse.
Though the classes are intense she loves it comes to class even with a sprained ankle
"I just want to keep moving. I don't want to be that grandma that can't get on the floor and play with my grandkids."
Head coach and Warhouse owner Robert Guzman said Joanne and Becky are the norm at the gym.
"Anyone can walk in. It's about embracing the process," Guzman said.
Guzman said everyone is an athlete in their own way.
They just need to work their way up and be a better version of themselves.
"Everything is modifiable, so anybody can do it. It's up to you if you want to start pushing yourself." said Guzman.
The same goes for pregnant women.
"I did ease up a bit, but my coach was very motivating and modified things for me so that I could keep going."
29-year old Jessica Gonzalez opted to continue working out once she got pregnant, and she hopes to keep working out through the end of her pregnancy.
"At the end of my workout, I'm always glad that I came in. The hardest part is getting up," Gonzalez said.
As for Becky and Joanne, they said they're not stopping anytime soon.
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