If it really comes down to it, of course we want to be the best we can be, right? Be able to be as strong as possible, as powerful as possible, to accomplish whatever it is that we want to accomplish… achieve all of our heart’s desires and make the most of our life.
That is what HACKD is all about.
Being the strongest, most powerful version of ourself in the most efficient way possible.
There was a period in my life when I had 6 hours a day to workout, and yeah, I was in awesome shape. But then I went back to work running a company and was lucky if I could squeeze in 20 minutes for a workout. It was impossible for me to maintain the fitness level that I had when I was training clients and able to devote so much time to fitness. But then I was introduced to the latest research, training protocols and tech that would change everything…
It is possible to be in the best shape of your life in 20 mins a day, 3 days a week.
HACKD brings you everything that you need to do it.
You: show up prepared to do your best each time. That is it.
Pamela Gold, Founder and Director
Pamela has been passionate about mind, body and spirit optimization from a very young age. An overachiever from the start, she grew up on a farm in upstate NY, attended Yale University as a Microbiology and Biochem major, and then moved to NYC where she supported the growth of a restaurant chain from 18 locations to over 100 and was the point person on an IPO, all by the age of 24. After becoming a mom, she became passionate about physical fitness and wellness and founded Fulfill Fitness, specializing in personal training and nutrition coaching. She then spent two years as President of The Beacon Program, a NYC behavioral therapy based food and weight clinic.
HACKD Fitness represents what Pamela sees as the future of fitness: the convergence of science and tech to give us the next generation of evidence-based evolution.
Pamela is also the best-selling author of Find More Strength: 5 Pillars to Unlock Unlimited Power and Happiness. She lives in NYC with her husband Roger and 2 children, Talia and Jesse.