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As the brainchild of Greg Glassman, CrossFit is a high intensity workout that was started in early 2000s. It is a conditioning and strength workout that allows you to build power by utilizing your own bodyweight. As a high intensity workout, it is based on functional movements which basically are the core movements of life such as walking, running, jogging, rowing and weightlifting. The more intense the effort, the higher the power output.
As a form of resistance training, strength and endurance is a workout that helps to strengthen the musculoskeletal system. This form of workout is designed to target muscle groups such as biceps, triceps, quads and hamstrings among others. The workout program starts with a warm-up session that lasts 5 to 10 minutes. This helps to elevate the heart rate and warm up your muscles.
High Intensity Interval Training is a type of interval training that incorporates short periods of intense exercises with less intense recovery periods. Basically, you are required to perform high intensity workouts followed by low intensity workouts. The workout session is supposed to last for 30 minutes. It starts with a warm up session followed by high intensity workouts separated by medium intensity workouts designed for recovery and rest period.
This is a form of training where you get to perform one workout after another. The workouts are performed with little or no rest in between. This varies depending with the type of circuit. Circuit training helps to strengthen your muscles and get your heart rate up. The workouts can be divided into 8 to 10 exercise stations. These are designed to target different muscle groups. Each station has a different workout and to keep the workout interesting, you can change between different stations. Some of the workouts you can perform include squats, deadlifts, rows, bench press, lunges and chins.
This is a form of training where by punching techniques and footwork are combined with the goal of increasing cardiovascular endurance. Cardio boxing is a great workout that targets the upper body while also improving one’s balance and coordination. Thanks to the constant movement, one is able to burn more calories thus promoting weight loss. In a 30-minute session, 150-pound person has the potential of burning over 300 calories.
This is a common form of strength training that helps to strengthen and improve one’s musculoskeletal structure. The workout incorporates the use of different weights and workout sessions designed to target different muscle groups such as biceps, triceps, hamstring, back and quad. Weightlifting is also a competitive sport at the Olympic arena. It features strength standards for Power Snatch, Power Clean, Squat, Press, Deadlift and Bench Press.
The punching bag which is otherwise called a heavy bag is a an activity that aides in enhancing wellness and strength of a person. It has been utilized as a part of forming champions in boxing, and is suitable for all ages. Hitting a punching bag is strenuous and energy-consuming. This exercise has a few stunning advantages, which is one reason why it is so popular for home and studio gyms. You can incorporate this exercise as a major aspect of your day by day practice so that you do not become bored of plain stationary exercises involving machines or free weights. The heavy bag is perfect for beginners and experienced athletes. For those that are new, one can start off by firmly pushing the bag with the palm of your hands. Advanced users that seek more of a uphill battle, can do hanging ab-crunches and punch/kick cardio/power combinations.
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Looking for the perfect fitness studio that not only gives you access to incredible amenities and programs but also helps you achieve your goals? We are a leading fitness studio which guarantees you will learn the basics and advanced training techniques. As your go-to fitness studio, we focus on all age groups. Our fun, motivating and experienced trainers have crafted individual workouts that ensure all muscle groups are targeted thus helping you to transform. Before any workout, our trainers will start you with a class overview and warm up session designed to elevate your heart rate and warm up your muscles ready for the main workout session.
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In the main workout sessions, you will get to engage in the above-mentioned workouts and more. They are designed into different sessions thus eliminating boredom and creating a fun workout environment.
We Offer Free Trials: Our free trial sessions are an excellent way of getting you started in the world of fitness. During the session, you will get to interact with experienced and certified fitness instructors. They will guide you through the basic workouts just to give you a taste of what lays ahead. Try our free Phoenix gym session today and bring a friend!
No Contracts: We understand how frustrating it can be when you are subjected to expensive membership contracts. That is why we offer no-contracts membership. Our pricing plan is affordable and flexible thanks to our low monthly fees. This leaves you with the opportunity of staying fit and maintaining good health. We have also made cancelling to be easy as our flexible and low monthly plans.
Included Nutritional Coaching: Working out contributes 50% towards a healthy lifestyle. The other 50% comes from eating healthy foods. To ensure that you get to stay lean, strong and healthy, our certified trainers will take you through nutritional counseling and teach you how to make the right food choices. That is not all. They will share the best possible information and instructions on nutrition allowing you to attain your goals.
Visiting or New to Phoenx, Arizona?
Although Phoenix, Arizona ancient roots can be traced back to the Pueblo Grande ruins in 700 A.D to 1400 AD, it is not until the 19th century when the modern City of Phoenix was founded. It all started when Jack Swilling of Wickenburg made a stop over to rest at the foot of White Tank Mountains. While resting, he took the opportunity of exploring the surrounding Salt River Valley. That is when he came across the rich and fertile soil. Immediately, he realized that the area was free of rocks and was beyond the reach of heavy snow but lacked water.
A year later, Jack Swilling had organized the Swilling Irrigation Canal Company which helped to divert the waters from Salt River for use in farming. The area was first named Swilling Mill before becoming Helling Mill then Mill City and finally East Phoenix. On May 4th 1868, Phoenix was officially recognized leading to the establishment of the first post office.
Our Favorite Phoenix, Arizona Hiking Trails
So many things to do in Phoenix.
Be motivated to see a great view of the city. You are going to like The Double Butte Loop Trail at Papago.
Beginner to advanced areas for hiking, biking & horseback riding, plus sites for tent & RV camping. This is on the WEST Valley beyond the loop 303 fwy.
Open to hikers, horses, mountain bikes and dogs on leash, you can expect lots of company while hiking this popular trail. Restrooms, hitching posts and wide, well-signed juctions make for a perfect family-friendly outing among the cholla forests bordering suburban Mesa.
Reached by a 1.5 mile hike along the National Trail, Hidden Valley in South Mountain Park is a sheltered basin filled with saguaro cacti and large boulders.
If you are visiting Phoenix don't miss the views from South Mountain Park. If you don't mind driving on a narrow mountain road this is absolutely worth the drive. The only real choice is whether to go up for day viewing or night viewing as both are spectacular. This park is basically the same park I remembered from the 60's and 70's.
Great hike in the middle of Phoenix. Just off of 7st, you can get a great workout by taking the natural terrain or the asphalt path. We love going here and using our bungee cords and weighted vests. Join us next time!
A trail allows visitors to hike to the top of Pinnacle Peak & those with experience may rock climb. Very beautiful scenary and demographics. This is a great place to go and soon after grab a fiesta meal and beer at the VIG McDowell Mountain Ranch.
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