OUR HIIT EXERCISE CLASSES?
High intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is an exercise class that alternates between intense bursts of physical activity with short rest or low-intensity periods.
It delivers both strength and aerobic benefits, making it a well-rounded fitness class!
For strength, HIIT engages various muscle groups during high-intensity intervals, promoting muscle development and endurance.
On the aerobic front, HIIT is excellent for Cardiovascular Fitness. The intense intervals elevate your heart rate and improve its efficiency. The short rest periods help to improve your ability to return to baseline in a short time, aiding recovery.
Improve Heart Health
HIIT enhances cardiac function, promoting a stronger heart muscle and better circulation. Regular HIIT sessions can lead to reductions in blood pressure, reducing the risk of heart diseases and related conditions.
Reduced Body Fat
HIIT effectively burns calories and reduces body fat percentage, leading to improved metabolic health and decreased risk of obesity-related conditions.
Increased Aerobic Capacity
HIIT improves the body's ability to consume oxygen during exercise. Incorporating HIIT exercises into a fitness routine can significantly contribute to overall cardiovascular and metabolic health, making it an efficient and effective workout choice.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF
HIIT EXERCISE CLASSES?
Meet your Fitness Instructor
'My journey began 10 years ago when I first started working as a gym instructor with a passion for weight training and sports. I have spent time working with a variety of populations; experienced and beginners, young and old.
The greatest sense of achievement I experience within my role is helping individuals achieve things they didn't think were possible.
Alongside my foundation in exercise rehabilitation through my work within Physiotherapy and a genuine desire to inspire and help individuals on their fitness journeys, I'm ready to make a positive impact and instil the joy of fitness in both those taking their first steps to a healthier future and those looking to rehabilitate ongoing injuries.'