Turn up the intensity with these fun fitness classes
Sometimes, doing something different with a big group of people is exactly what we need to keep us motivated. Check out some of the classes I offer below…
Have you ever seen a boxer or fighter compete on the telly? What did you notice? They are super fit! Boxers have toned muscles, a visibly strong core, and virtually no fat to be found on them. In my boxercise class, we will use padwork, rope skipping, shadow boxing, circuits, and more to burn fat and shape up your muscles. And no, we won’t be hitting anybody!
Kettlebells are some of the best pieces of equipment ever made. Just a single kettlebell can give your entire body at fat burning, muscle building, cardio-intensive workout all in one. Using kettlebells is more challenging than using other weight equipment (like dumbbells), but this class will meet the needs of any experience level as long as you are willing to show up and work hard.
HIIT stands for “high intensity interval training,” so that should give you an idea of what the class is all about. In this class we use short, intense exercise sprints alternating with periods of rest. The point is to pick up the pace and work your cardio, strength, and endurance in an efficient manner. You’ll leave feeling great — but you might be a little sore the next day.
So many “fitness” programmes out there don’t translate into any benefits in the real world. Do you want to keep your body moving in the way that it was designed to move? Then Functional Fitness is for you. This class will increase your everyday strength and mobility and improve your physical health for all the things you do at work, home, or anywhere else.
One of the most important markers of physical fitness is being able to control your own body. Suspension Training trains you for just that, using bodyweight exercises and a portable tool that makes you work against the best weight of all: gravity. This class will strengthen your muscles from head to toe while improving your flexibility, balance, and coordination. And once you get the hang of it, it’s actually pretty fun!