Touch The Ground

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This simple instructor led high metabolic blood shunting static circuit is ideal for soft sand or soft grass areas. A large area that will enable every participant to run forward four steps, back four steps, sand sideways (each way) four … Read More

Tips: Managing Heat

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We all love to train hard, but in a hot and/or humid environment this can result in heat illness which can range from an unpleasant headache to serious injury. Therefore, we cover off on some aspects that will help you … Read More

Friday Fit N Fast #2

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This class is a designed to be fast and furious with time left at the end for some focused stretching and recovery. What does it entail? It is essentially a tough bodyweight challenge with breaks controlled by the clients themselves. … Read More

Non Tabata Tabata

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Simple instructor led High Metabolic blood shunting static circuit based on Tabata with a twist. Five sets of 12 exercises are completed using a Tabata like protocol however the work and rest periods change each set. Class Type: HMT Intensity: … Read More

HMT Wednesdays! #9

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This Wednesday session is a pairs session where each person is required 30 seconds of a high intensity exercise followed by a 30 second break where the other person does their 30 seconds of exercise. The key is that it … Read More

Ground to Clouds

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Simple instructor led High Metabolic blood shunting static circuit based on five rounds of five sets of two 20 second work periods followed by 20 seconds of rest. Class Type: HMT Intensity: 4-5 Class Overview: Good warm up with range … Read More

Board Rider

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This simple instructor led high metabolic blood shunting static circuit is ideal for soft sand or soft grass areas. Your participants will wish they had brought a surfboard and gone surfing! The session is based on three exercises simulating surfing … Read More

Tips: Choosing A Location

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Starting off or moving to a new location? Follow these simple tips to ensure you are successful wherever you train.   1. Always conduct a reconnaissance of the ground. Always take the time to go to the training location prior … Read More

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