newsletter_teaser: Busy people want better results in less workout time. High-intensity interval training features short, intense cardiovascular exercises that improve athletic conditioning and many other markers of health and wellness. I call this HIIT workout “Trainer’s Triple Threat,” or "Triple T."
Aquatic exercise is a great way to get and stay in shape. In addition to being a fantastic cross-training option and full- body workout, exercising in the pool helps the body stay balanced. A water workout might not be the first thing your class participants think of when they’re looking to shape up and slim down—but perhaps it should be. Water fitness burns calories, boosts metabolism and strengthens muscles without putting extra stress on joints.
If your students want to build upper- body strength while being challenged with intense, calorie-burning intervals, try Pump Up! The exercises focus on muscular strength and endurance, core stabilization and cardiovascular condi- tioning. The workout also incorporates balance challenges to recruit additional muscles and offer a functional approach to fitness.
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BarreVite is a dynamic, high intensity cardio workout at the ballet barre! BarreVite offers a comprehensive complete workout to improve cardio, strength, core stability, balance, and flexibility and most importantly endorphins for your students to love their fitness class! Intervals of traditional ballet barre core exercises with intervals of ballet dance at the barre!
How loud is too loud? The sound of a power lawn mower registers about 90 decibels, and a chainsaw about 110 (CDC 2013). What are the sound levels in your classes? Workouts may help participants feel motivated to improve their strength and endurance, but blasting music can lead to hearing loss.
newsletter_teaser: Most cycling class participants walk away dripping in sweat, knowing they got a highly effective cardio workout. But do they have any sense of progressing in their cycling? Give participants palpable proof of progress with this easy-to-follow formula designed to challenge all levels!
Despite the buzz over “Tabata” training, many fitness clients—and some fitness pros—aren’t aware that they’re not doing true Tabata, meaning the protocol that was first analyzed and reported on in a 1996 edition of Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise (Tabata et al. 1996).
newsletter_teaser: It’s Friday night in tiny Willits, California (population: 4,888.) There’s no Walmart®; there are no chain stores. As usual, this small town is quiet. Yet, at Studio Joy, owner Maddy Avena’s Zumba® class is about to be packed and jamming.
newsletter_teaser: Classes that appeal to athletes often intimidate many beginning- and intermediate-level exercisers; however, participants of all levels can do a challenging plyometrics class if you give them options.