Tabata Style Workouts
An integrated muscular strength and endurance workout for the entire body, using hand
weights, Bosu, tubing and easy to follow cardio drills. No tricky choreography to worry
Mon & Fri
Mar 31-June 6
Instructor: Denise LeBlanc
18 classes $81 + tax
TRX Body Camp
Want something new and different in your weekly workouts?
Build Strength, Burn Fat, Boost Power. This fast paced circuit style boot camp combines
TRX with other fitness tools and body weight to give you a whole body workout. Moving
from station to station executing different movements with each exercise you will use all
muscles groups as well as your cardio vascular system. This functional style program
is setup to help you with real life, sport specific activities, performance, weight loss and
more. So if you’re looking to improve your game or just get healthier come check it out.
Modifications will be given for all fitness levels.
Instructor: Gord Palmer, CPT, GFL
Wed 6-7 pm & Sat 10-11 am
Mar 19-June 21
$126 + tax
For those wanting to Lose a Few Pounds, Get Ripped or just looking for better Performance
and Health. These classes use the Tabata Style of training with modifications for a longer
workout period. Usually 40 minutes with 10 minute warm up and 10 minute cool down
and stretch. Tabata training falls under the High Intensity Interval Training principle. It
incorporates 20 seconds of fairly intense exercise followed by 10 seconds of rest. One
Tabata round is usually 8 sets lasting 4 minutes total.
Classes are formatted in 4 or 8 sets of 20 Seconds with rest periods of 10 Seconds in
between sets. We do between 8 and 10 of these Tabata rounds. This is a fun high energy
class with modifications for various fitness levels. Tabata, like any form of exercise, is
not a magic solution for weight loss, getting ripped or increasing performance. Reaching
your goals depends on a number of interconnected factors including genetics, stress
management, sleep patterns, exercise and, most importantly, diet and nutrition. Tabata
workouts will help you burn a relatively large amount of calories in H