Ever wonder why we get you to do some sprinting on the cardio equipment?

High-intensity interval training (HIIT) combines periods of intense effort with periods of moderate-to-low effort. What’s so great about it? Interval training burns more calories and boosts metabolism significantly longer than a steady workout of even longer length.

Functional exercise: You may notice that some if not all of your exercises replicate some kind of activity you may do frequently, things like getting up and down off the floor, swinging the golf club, reaching for things high on the shelf in the shed, all function movement’s that require some level of strength, coordination or balance. This is why we try to incorporate as many functional movement’s into your training as possible. Functional exercise has been shown to increase strength and balance and reduce the risk of injury, while working multiple muscle groups at the same time. All that movement promotes muscle gain, which can increase metabolism, and reduce body fat. The added bonus: Functional exercises can make real-life tasks, like carrying groceries up stairs and pegging out the washing, easier.