The class is broken down as follows:

A dynamic stretch to raise the body temperature and pulse using all major muscle groups in a controlled rhythmical manner. This increases the blood flow and elasticity of muscle tissue and reduces the risk of injury.

Power walk/jog/sprint to first station of exercise.

Cardio exercise in short bursts—HIT/ high-intensity training. This improves aerobic and anaerobic capacity, stamina and strength. It reduces the amount of sugar in your blood stream and releases fatty acids that can be burned off by your muscles.

Upper body exercises, triceps and biceps. Arm definition. Different exercises for arm muscles and upper body.

Power walk between exercises.

Gluts exercises. A variety of different exercises to achieve bottom definition.

Abs. Different exercises to create a strong core.

Final Stretch. Stretching is an essential part of the cool down and closing phase of a training session. Stretching muscles after they have been worked prevents muscle soreness after exercise. It also gradually brings the body back to normal and helps you to wind down, promoting mental relaxation.



  • It increases energy levels.

  • It strengthens your heart.

  • It lowers blood pressure.

  • It improves muscle tone and strength. It strengthens and builds bones.

  • It helps reduce body fat.

  • It releases endorphins. 

  • It makes you look fit and healthy. 


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