Fit for Life is a program designed for ALL ages to help assist you in the functional movements you need to keep your body strong and mobile for life. Functional strength is the ability to run your load-joints (shoulders, hips, knees, and ankles) through a full range of motion without pain, stiffness, or restriction. This is also known as load-joint articulation. The training focuses on exercising several muscles and joints together rather than working a particular muscle or group of muscles independently, resulting in an individual being able to perform daily activities with greater ease.
Mixing functional exercises with strong man drills, these classes are designed to improve your strength and power using heavy weights, tyre's, sleds, sand bags, kettlebells and more.
This class combines basic boxing fundamentals, plyometrics and High Intensity Interval Training to boost your heart rate and burn hundreds of calories.
Improves flexibility, builds strength and develops control and endurance in the entire body. It puts emphasis on alignment, breathing, developing a strong core, and improving coordination and balance.
Mums & Bubs
Don’t let your kids hold you back from feeling fit and healthy! I offer low intensity, strength & conditioning and Pilates classes available for all mum’s including pre & postnatal training. Children welcome.
Sweat & Sweat X-Press
High Intensity Interval Training classes that are designed to increase your heart rate rapidly allowing you to burn maximum fat in minimum time. By applying 100% effort in quick, intense bursts of exercise, followed by short, relaxed recovery periods, desirable results are often quick and noticeable. Sweat classes are 45 minutes and Sweat X-Press classes are 30 minutes.
Yoga, Stretch & Recovery
Yoga is a mind and body practice. Various styles of yoga combine physical postures, breathing techniques, and meditation or relaxation. ... It involves movement, meditation, and breathing techniques to promote mental and physical well-being. Stretch and recovery can help you recover from an injury, become more flexible, improve your athletic performance, or target a particular problem area like your lower back. In contrast, whereas yoga is often for flexibility and focus, it can also be for strength, posture, and balance.