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Kettlebells

Kettlebell training is accessible and practical for all. From the elite athlete looking for an edge, to the sedentary person looking to discover fitness for the first time. All can benefit. 

 

Top 10 benefits of Kettlebell training.

  1. Serious cardio without the boredom of the hamster wheel (treadmill)
  2. Functional strength without the monotony of isolated reps
  3. Flexibility without long poses
  4. Fun and varied, never boring
  5. One compact, portable device
  6. It’s safe — for any age, shape or size
  7. Combines “cardio” and “strength” training
    As one of the best kettlebell coaches once said, “life doesn’t respect the difference.” Try sprinting to catch a train while carrying a heavy package or pushing a stroller, did all that “cardio” training you did in the spin class really help that much?
  8. The solution for busy people
    Busy people want the biggest bang for the buck. Kettlebells can be the solution to trying to squeeze cardio, strength AND flexibility training in an already overbooked schedule. Because of the intensive nature, the workout duration must be kept short. Best of all, they are so small and portable, training can take place in your bedroom.
  9. Greater fat loss
    Fat gets the ol’ one-two-three punch. First, there is the extremely high metabolic cost of throwing the weight around. Second, it’s a strength training workout creating dense muscle mass, which burns calories from fat stores all day long while increasing your resting metabolism. Finally, combine that with the fat burning effects of human growth hormone that is stimulated by these kinds of whole-body, complex movements. There is no better way to burn fat. This is why sprinters have ripped muscles and marathon runners have a skinny look.
  10. Very different from dumbbells and barbells
    Anyone who has picked up a kettlebell has felt the difference. The off centered weight of a KB recruits more stabilizer muscles and works the targeted muscles through a wider range of motion. It’s because of the off-center design of the KB. Isolation exercises such as those done with dumbbells and barbells do not hit those stabilizing muscles to the same degree.

 

TRX

Ever wonder about that crazy yellow strappy contraption in your gym? That's called the TRX... and it's awesome. 

TRX (Total Body Resistance Exercise) is an workout system that involves body weight and gravity. Invented by a Navy SEAL, Aaron Baldwin needed a workout system that could keep him in shape with little space.

The really beautiful thing about the TRX is that the core must be engaged throughout the workout to stabilize, adding an extra bonus to your workout. 

 

Other benefits of the TRX include:

  • increased strength
  • balance
  • coordination 
  • flexibility  
  • joint stability, all with limited chance of injury because you're using your own body weight.

Strength and Conditioning

A variety of workouts ranging from Kettlebells, TRX, 50/50 to Power Step and HIIT Workouts

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Pilates

Pilates exercises help both men and women develop optimal strength, flexibility, endurance and posture, without building bulk or stressing joints. The perfect complement to cardiovascular exercise, athletic training or rehabilitation, Pilates helps you tone your body, feel revitalised, and move with ease.

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AntiGravity Yoga

It's yoga, just not as you know it...

If you're yet to try Antigravity Yoga - a workout that everyone's talking about - then you're missing out on a host of benefits for mind and body.

Antigravity might not be new, but so many fitness fanatics are yet to try it. The gymnastics-inspired workout uses specially designed hammocks more commonly seen in 'silks' performances in the circus - but in this workout, they're teamed with traditional yoga moves to help you improve your core strength, flexibility and creativity.

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