Our Group Training
Our Group Training Classes are designed to work your body in ways you haven’t moved before.
Our classes include Strength, Conditioning and Boxing Fitness.
Motivated & Inspired
The best way to motivate yourself to push through that extra rep is by having other people by your side to cheer you on. Plus, it’s hard not to get inspired by your classmates.
In a group exercise class, you don’t have to worry about being better than everyone around you. Everyone was a beginner at some point. There will always be someone stronger than you in class. Let that motivate you, not intimidate you! When you see someone next to you lifting heavier or moving faster, it will inspire you to push your limits.
It may sound cliché, but it’s true. Being part of a “fit fam” can actually be hugely beneficial. By being part of a community, you can find support and guidance from people who are on the same journey as you. Whether that journey is to better your health and wellness or improve your strength and endurance, there will always be someone who has your back.
Doing the same moves over and over again can get stale. Not only is it boring, but it also might be hindering your results. Adding variety to your workout is one of the best ways to prevent plateau, and group exercise classes are an easy way to switch things up.
Different trainers have different styles of teaching, so even if you find one class you love, it won’t feel stale no matter how many times you go back.
One of the most valuable parts of any exercise class is its trainers. Group exercise is a great middle-ground between working out alone and hiring a personal trainer.
In a group class, you have the benefit of professionals showing you how to do each move with proper form. Plus, if your form is a little off, the trainers are there to help correct you to ensure you don’t injure yourself. You can’t get that from going to the gym alone.
Backed by Science
A study conducted in 2017, followed 69 participants over 12 weeks. The participants were chosen because they had jobs involving high stress, and they reported having a low quality of life.
Participants were placed into two groups for exercising:
- Individual Exercising
- Group Exercising.
At the end of the 12-week study, the group training group were found to have reported significant improvements in all monthly checks, far more than the other group and the control group who did no exercise.
The reported improvements were:
- A 12.6% improvement in their Mental Health
- A 24.8% improvement in their physical health
- A 26% improvement in Emotional Health, and
- A 26.2% decrease in Stress Levels.