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Categorized as: Functional Training

Strength Circuit

Strength training circuit that’s all about strength and conditioning with NO Burpees and NO high intensity just lots of muscle burn.

Bells & Bods

Bells & Bod’s is a kettlebell and bodyweight class where you’ll be coached by Jess who is a Certified Kettlebell Instructor to challenge your body and it’s movement patterns.

Metafit

The Metafit™ group workout is an effective workout that gets big results. To burn fat you need to change the resting metabolism, work big muscle groups with simple non choreographed, high-intensity intervals and get quick results for your clients. The Metafit workout revolutionises HIIT workouts.

Created by a former Royal Marine Commando Metafit™ combines traditional bodyweight exercises with the latest HIIT training techniques to set the metabolism on fire! No expensive kit required for this workout.

PowerCircuit

Circuit Training has been around for a very long time. It combines, cardio, strength & conditioning and functional training in one place.

You’ll enjoy compound exercises using resistance equipment and a variety of cardio exercises all delivered with a bright smile and lots of energy.

MetaPWR

MetaPWR is a 30-minute, metabolic resistance workout, combining body weight and weighted compound exercises with little rest to maximise calorie burn and increase the metabolic rate during and after the workout. MetaPWR uses large muscle groups mainly compound exercises which are movements that require a maximum amount of energy because multiple joints are involved like a Squat with a Press.

MetaPWR is TRUE high-intensity anaerobic exercise that makes you breathless. If you are completing a MetaPWR workout and you are not breathing hard and sweating, something is wrong. Ideally, you should be lifting as heavy as you can and resting as little as possible between sets.

We run a 45 minute program which allows our instructors to go through a demonstration round with all our participants ensuring safe and correct technique at a much slower pace before moving into the ballistic program that is MetaPWR.  With the intensity of this class to ensure your body recovers and strengthen it is recommended you shouldn’t do more than 2-3 MetaPWR workouts per week.

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