Gerald Chan

-5 Star Google Review

Warriors Playground is one of the Triangle's best kept secrets. Extremely convenient location and time options. The Owner offers creative, fun workouts that challenge your fullest potential. Full body exercise routines change all the time and targets different muscle groups. Safe, controlled training environment where you are constantly pushed to your limits. Whether your goal is to lose weight, gain muscle mass, improve endurance/speed, Warriors Playground can help you reach ALL of your fitness needs. By far, one of the best places I have trained at.


Tyler Frankenstein

-5 Star Google Review

Before I started at Warriors Playground I was a poor, ugly and out of shape nerd. After a few months I was transformed into a handsome IT thousandaire, who could beat the snot out of my former self. All jokes aside, this place is great. For me, it felt like I had a personal trainer. I had just moved to the area, and was living in an apartment nearby with my wife and kids while house hunting. Our new home is too far into Raleigh, so I sadly had to cancel in search of a closer gym. Thank you to the owner (and all the folks I met who worked out there). Great atmosphere, great workouts!


Dana-Leigh Formon

-5 Star Google Review

As a cardio-junkie and marathon runner, I HATE strength training. It’s not for me, despite it being a really important component of cross training and staying healthy and injury-free. I found Warrior’s Playground in August, and started with their cardio strength classes because they essentially tricked me into enjoying strength training. I’ve since moved on to incorporating the pure strength-focused classes into my routine. This is to say, I’ve grown to LOVE this place and how strong it’s made me. I really believe that because of the functional strength exercises that are used in the classes, I’ve been able to race my best without injury. I’d recommend this place HIGHLY to anyone looking to get stronger, but also to the runners and triathletes out there who view strength training as a chore. Take the leap, try some classes, and have fun actually strength training!