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Fitness Content:

Q:  What are the benefits of Crossfit and who can take part?

A:  Our programme vastly improves fitness and strength and is suitable for everybody from novice to Olympic level athlete

Q:  Why is Crossfit better than gym?

A:  Varying your workouts is better for you. By using different muscle groups, you reach a higher level of fitness. Keeping things interesting also helps you stick with it.

Q:  What is a sample of a cross-training schedule?

A:  Monday: Swim laps, Tuesday: Lift weights at the gym, Wednesday: Do yoga, Thursday: Take an aerobics class that includes muscle-toning exercises, Friday: Rollerblade

Q:  Can beginners take part in Cross-training?

A:   Yes. You can modify this program to your fitness level. If you’re new to exercise, start slowly with low-impact exercises like walking or swimming, and use light weights for toning. Gradually make it more challenging when you’re ready.

Q:  are there Health benefits to fitness?

A:  Getting in shape, losing weight, and building muscle not only help prevent certain medical conditions but are also a key part of treatment for diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and heart disease.

Q:  How  long will it take before I see results?

A:  Everyone’s body is different. Various factors play a role in determining whether you see results and in what time frame these results will occur. Body Type, Training Program (Frequency/Intensity/Volume) and diet all play major roles in determining whether one will see results. Usually within 3 months bodily transformations are visible. A 12 week training program is always a realistic and viable place to start

Q:  What is H.I.I.T?

A:  High Intensity Interval Training is a style/mode of training that is popular and favourable as it combines high Intensity periods of training with relative intervals of recovery. Usually creative programs that combine resistance training as well as aerobic conditioning ensure that the individual gets fit fast while encouraging the body to enter the fat burning zone keeping those unwanted Kilo’s off.

Q:  What is Functional Training?

A:  Functional Training is different to conventional isolated training as it requires the individual to work in multiple planes (Frontal, Saggital, Transverse) while using multiple joints as well as  multiple muscle groups in order to perform selected movements. Functional Training often has a more realistic carry over to everyday activities as well as sport. Functional Training forms the backbone to sport specific/related training as well as encourages improved postural alignment and core stability. While isolated training does have its place in all gym environments, a creative and periodized approach to exercise type and selection is encouraged at 360


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