High Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) alternates short, high intensity intervals of cardio exercise with longer, lower slower intervals (including muscle conditioning moves) to recover.
This exercise class challenges the body with a variety of cardio and strength training techniques. Calisthenic movement exercises rhythmically strengthen the body as you challenge yourself with a combination of your own body weight and equipment. Varieties of Boot Camp include Starter, Low Impact and Traditional.
This 30-minute class utilizes kettle bells, pull up bars, TRX, gymnastics rings, DynaMax balls, rowing machine and more. Functional Fitness is designed to be a simple approach, encompassing strength, speed, endurance, and agility.
High Intensity Interval Training enhances athletic capacity and fat burning with bursts of high-energy exercise followed by active recovery to improve endurance and build strength. Classes include cardiovascular and strength exercises and are a great way to challenge yourself.
This dynamic functional workout uses kettlebells to perform full body movements that develop muscle power, endurance and strength while elevating the heart rate in a fun group environment. Most Kettlebell classes only take 30 minutes of your day and include variations such as Kettlebell Cardio, Core, Resistance and Kettleworx®. Exercising with a kettlebell can burn up to 20 calories a minute and increase core strength by 70%!
Queenax Functional Training
The Queenax Functional Training Strength Machine allows you to move from station to station—challenging yourself and having fun! Available as a membership add-on, unlimited team-training sessions, taught by a master trainer, will incorporate cardio stations and functional training that encourages accountability and friendly competition. Variations include Aerial Fitness, TRXtreme, Cardio Shred and Queenax Team Fit.
Tabata training is an advanced, intense interval workout alternating cardio and strength segments with brief periods of rest for improved aerobic and muscular endurance.