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CARDIOVASCULAR & RESPIRATORY ENDURANCE
Our trained fitness experts will help you get the most out of your cardio training. By improving your endurance and making other healthy lifestyle choices, you can ensure a healthy heart and a happy life
Speed is a highly important part of overall fitness. It’s both the ability to move and react quickly to your surroundings, and also one of the two components of power.
Stamina is the capacity to endure prolonged physical and mental efforts. Having good stamina can improve your life in many ways, from being less tired after work to having more energy to play with your kids. Good stamina is key to overall health.
Coordination is the ability to precisely stay in control of body movements. Members of any age, shape and size can improve their lifestyle by improving their coordination.
We believe our full body workouts, which consist of guided compound movements, will help you develop strength at your own pace and build an overall sense of physical and mental toughness.
Commonly confused with speed, agility is the ability to change your body’s position or direction at a moment’s notice. Reaction time, coordination and speed all contribute to one’s agility.
Having high flexibility reduces muscle soreness, decreases the risk of injury, increases range of motion, and improves athletic performance. Flexibility is a critical part of any good fitness plan.
Balance is the ability to stay upright and in control of one’s body under a variety of conditions. Having good balance is key to many of the other ten factors of fitness.
Power is composed of two traits: strength and speed. Our full body workouts and our experienced trainers will work to maximize your ability to exert instant maximum muscle contraction in explosive bursts of movement.
Accuracy is the ability to finely and precisely control one’s movements in a given direction or at a certain intensity. Accuracy is particularly important to athletes but can be beneficial to anyone looking to improve their overall health.