Lincoln, NE


It's the only fitness program in Lincoln, Nebraska that guarantees results and helps you reach the goals you want in 10 Weeks.  

What does the FXB program include? 

-60 Instructor-led kickboxing and strength training classes
-Team Coaching
-Boxing gloves and wraps
-Student manual with many tips and additional resources
-Option to purchase and use a MyZone Fitness Tracker
-3 Fitness Evaluations
-Nutrition Program
-Before & After Photos
-Entry into $1000 biggest transformation contest
-Graduation party at the end of the 10 week session
-Supportive and encouraging environment


Many things aren’t equal. But everyone gets the same 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We make time for what we truly want and if you want to feel and look better, Farrell's is the program for you. Join the premiere program in Lincoln where the people are real and the results are guaranteed. We're ready to work with you to give you the tools you need for the biggest transformation of your life. Our focus on nutrition separates FXB from all other programs. Our gyms are more than just that, we're a community that works to better everyone.

10 Weeks, 6 Days A Week, 45 minutes A Day - That's the way!

Monday - Kickboxing
Tuesday - Strength Training
Wednesday - Kickboxing
Thursday - Strength Training
Friday - Kickboxing
Saturday - Strength Training

Class times at Lucile Drive - 5AM / 6AM / 915AM & 5PM / 6PM / 7PM
Class times at Jamie Lane is 5AM / 6AM / 830AM & 5PM / 6PM /7PM

Real People. Real Results. Guaranteed.*


*Individual results may vary


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Location Info

Farrell's eXtreme Bodyshaping Lincoln Jamie
2755 Jamie Lane #9
Lincoln, NE 68516

Phone: (402) 310-4026 
Franchise Owner/Head Coach: Jeff Essink



Storefront of Farrell's Lincoln Jamie