Smart + Effective Bodyweight Training.
High Intensity Interval Training Circuit, a class incorporating a number of functional exercise stations where you will blast out as many reps as possible for a given time with a short rest interval in between stations.
Many women and some men too, use to worry that lifting weights could make them look too muscly but this isn’t the case with Strength & Conditioning. Focussing on low repetitions at a higher weight builds long-length strength fibres and doesn’t bulk. Plus, the types of lifts carried out in Strength & Conditioning are large compound lifts such as squats and pull-ups and these types of total-body workouts are nothing like the large volume workouts with multiple exercises per body part which became so popular in gyms due to the influence of bodybuilding.
We know how difficult it can be to stick to new fitness regimes – to put yourself first. With each challenge faced (work, travel, children, injury etc), your goals seem less and less achievable. It can appear to be an uphill and lonely struggle.
Improves cardiovascular endurance, specifically anaerobic performance by challenging participants to work at 4 heart rate zones for varying lengths of time throughout the session.
Improves body composition by targeting an overall anabolic change in body composition where the preservation of lean mass is sought whilst fat burning is achieved.
Strict work: rest ratios, and working levels are applied to maximise the fat burning effect whilst minimising the risk of lean mass depletion through overworking.