We All Love Tabata

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This class involves conducting a variety of exercises using the ‘Tabata Protocol’ of 20 secs of work with 10 secs rest. The purpose of this activity is to target the key elements of the fitness benchmark without overloading the clients. … Read More

Speeding Burpees

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This is a challenge to complete as many set as possible in a set time. There are three challenges, which can be modified to suit your class (Individual Challenge 2 is recommended for advanced classes). Class Type: Individual Challenge Intensity: … Read More

De-accumulator Hill Hell

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This is an individual challenge where participants complete as many rounds as possible of two static exercises and shuttle run within 30 minutes. The number of reps of each static exercise decreases by one repetition each round. Noting there is … Read More

Super 5s v2

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Using an adjusted Tabata Protocol (15 sec work: 5 rest) over five minute sets, individuals aim to continually complete no less than 5 reps of the set exercise per round. Class Type: Individual Challenge Intensity: 5 Class Overview: Using an … Read More

3 Minute Madness

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After a thorough warm up, everyone works to their maximum capacity to get the reps out in this challenge. Class Type: HIIT Intensity: 5 Class Overview: Each round is 3 minutes in duration with a 1 minute rest period. With … Read More

Exercise Demonstration: Med Ball Push Ups +

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Exercise Demonstration: Med Ball Push Ups and Alternatives

Friday Fit N Fast #9

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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

Star Tabata

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Try this simple Tabata style circuit that provides an all-over body workout! Class Type: HMT/Tabata Intensity: 5 Equipment: Set up a star circuit (eight stations), based on a circle circuit formation, where each station is 3-4m apart with a radius … Read More

Coned Off

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The lesson requires as many cones as possible of four colours. Each colour cone is associated to an exercise (i.e. blue = push ups, red= sit ups etc). These cones are initially placed out 30-40m from the base line exercise … Read More

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