Functional Training involves training the body for activities performed in daily life. Functional training uses weight bearing activities to target core muscles of the abdomen and lower back. When performed correctly, it leads to better joint mobility, increased stability, and more efficient movement patterns. Improving these factors decreases the potential for injuries sustained during athletic endeavors. Expect a group of no more than 20 participants with loud motivational music. This class is lead by a Trainer
What to Expect?
Participants should come to class at least 10-15min early to warmup on there own or as a group. Class is setup as a circuit of 8 to 12 different exercises. The workouts last 40 to 50 minutes lead by a trainer and uniquely challenging for each participant. The training session finishes with a flexibility routine lasting 8 to 10 minutes.
Functional Training Weekly Schedule
Monday Agility & Lower Body Strength Training
Tuesday Total Body Strength Training
Wednesday Endurance Training
Thursday Core & Upper Body Strength Training
Friday Balance & Cardio Training
Saturday Agility & Lower Body Strength Training
A unique way to work your body at a higher than aerobic intensity. This class will expose you to how a real fighter trains. This class is geared toward intermediate to advanced athletes.
Types of Boxing Classes
Boxing 101: This class covers the basics. Expect to go over proper stance, form and technique. Use of a speed bag, heavy bag, focus ball, jump rope and working the mitts with a trainer is a common routine in addition to others. You will learn how to implement a variety of exercise modalities to gain the most benefit from your training time. Boxing equipment is supplied but highly recommended that you purchase your own.
Boxing 101 Weekly Schedule
Tuesday & Thursdays
Boxing 101 During the Functional Training Classes
Indoor Cycling is simply riding a specialized stationary bike to music in a group setting.
A typical class involves a single instructor at the front of the class who leads the participants through routines that are designed to simulate terrain and situations similar to riding a bike outdoors. Some of the movements and positions include hill climbs, sprints and interval training. A well-trained instructor uses music, motivation, visualization and enthusiastic coaching to lead students through a ride that best suits their fitness level and goals.
Types of Cycling Classes
Introduction to Indoor Cycling: This class includes a free bike fitting, Quick Health Assessment and 10 min Ride including Great Music in a unique environment. Required for first time riders.
High Intensity Ride: This ride focuses on speed and intensity followed by recovery. Generally the class is taught in Intervals (periods of work followed by rest). What to Expect? A Warm Up >> Intervals >> Cool Down (40-60 minutes total)
Endurance Ride: This Indoor Cycling class is geared to help participants build Cardio Endurance. Expect to ride anywhere from 50-90 minutes.
50/50: General Cycling Class ranging from 15-30 min followed by off the saddle fitness class. The Fitness class portion of the time focuses on all major muscle groups generally conducted in Circuit Training format. Please bring appropriate athletic wear for both types of exercises.
Indoor Cycling Weekly Schedule
Monday High Intensity Ride
Wednesday Endurance Ride
Saturday Endurance Ride
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