PUMP – Is a fast-paced, barbell-based workout that’s specifically designed to help you get lean, toned and fit. Almost a classic fitness work out, but why change what works so well?
BALANCE – A relative easy but an effective way of working out. It’s combination of Pilates,Tai Chi and Yoga. It helps improve flexibility and core strength, as well as leaving you a sense of calm and well-being.
FUNCTIONAL TRAINING – Is an intense training where you are challenged with a variety of functional exercises to train your whole body.
BOOTCAMP – Is a training where you will do a lot of functional exercises in combination with cardio. It will challenge both your stamina and strength.
HIIT- Or high intensity interval training is an interval work out for the the advanced members. If you’re looking for a work out in which you can use all your energy with little resting moments. Then HIIT is what you’re looking for. The class consist of intense, unsustainable bursts of physical activity, paired with intervals of quick rests. This intense training causes after burn effect which means calories will be continuously be brunt even when you back at home lying on a couch.
RPM – RPM is a group indoor cycling work out where you control the intensity. It’s fun, low impact and burns loads of calories. With great music pumping, we ride as one!
YOGA – Physical strength, flexibility, balance, breathing.These are all covered in this class. It’s existence for thousands of years is the proof that training in calm state can have a lot of effect on our bodies.
SHAPE – is the class that has got everything. In just 45 minutes you train your whole body on motivating music. Through combination of a lot of calories, and thighten your body at the same time! Bodyshape is therefore a perfect class for those who want to lose weight, build strength, and work on their Stamina.
PILATES – Pilates is a form of exercise which concentrates on strengthening the body with an emphasis on core strength. This helps to improve general fitness and overall well-being. Similar to Yoga,Pilates concentrates on posture, balance and flixibility. In Pilates the chance of injury is much lower than with other more strenuous forms of exercise. Pilates also focuses on the mind-body connection. While doing the various exercises your mind needs to be constantly aware of your breathing and the way your body moves.
HATHA YOGA – Hatha yoga is the yoga tradition most familiar to Western culture. The term is derived from the Sanskrit ha, meaning “sun,” and tha, meaning “moon.” The practice aims to unite the active and receptive qualities represented by each celestial being. Practitioners of Hatha yoga use physical alignment and breathing control to achieve an equilibrium between the active body and its universe. The resulting harmony manifests itself as physical strength, physiological health and emotional well-being.