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- Body Fat Loss
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- Cardiovascular fitness
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Who Is Personal Training For?
- Healthy adults who want general fitness
- Senior adults who want a functional body to remain independent as long as possible
- Busy executives who need planned workouts
- People with specific needs, from disability to injuries to chronic illnesses
What Do You Get
- Fitness evaluation
- Training programme
- Nutrition coaching
- Results tracking
- Access to our training platform
- Access to our database of classes
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Classes For All Fitness Levels
Join our fitness community with friendly, fun and energizing exercises that are affordable, sociable and are guaranteed to motivate you to get moving and keep healthy.
BodyScene have male & female trainers.
Burn energy the way you want to with a circuit of exhilarating exercises that will get your heart pumping and your muscles working to maximum effect. Each of the 10 to 12 exercises focuses on different parts of your body to give you a full body workout designed to get you feeling and looking great. Start at whatever level suits you and work your way up as you target your fitness levels, core strength and stamina, or weight loss, and you see your body get in shape one circuit at a time.
Tones, flexible and strong, without the bulk. By working most of your muscles at the same time, Kettlebells are the ultimate strength building cardio workout. Kettlebells are dynamic, explosive exercises that work you to your core, encouraging body fat burning and adding an extra dimension to classic weight training exercises such as chest presses and flys. Give your workouts some extra muscle and feel the full power of Kettlebells.
Are you ready to tackle your fitness head on, with determination, hard work and motivation? If so, then Bootcamp gives you strength and stamina and builds your cardiovascular fitness to create a lean fat fighting machines. Prepare for a lot of pushups, squats, crunches and some original moves that challenge you to your very core. Use your body weight and increase intensity with jumping plyometric exercises and some great pumping music that really gets the adrenaline flowing and injects some Bootcamp fun.
Whatever happened to donning leg warmers, headbands and leotards while busting some moves to some high-energy music? Enjoy the fun nostalgia of classic Aerobics, where you can really shake your body and sweat in a fun exercise environment. Aerobics is a great way to boost your circulation. Coordinated, weight-free movements that don’t strain your joints, engage you while your body burns fat and gives you a cardio workout that’s every bit as effective today as it ever was.
Core strength challenges the muscles responsible for your spine and trunk stability so that you can really improve your quality of life by reducing the risk of injury through movement. This is functional training at its best and by improving your balance and your ability to maintain a neutral spine while you use your arms and legs, you can improve your core strength firmly but gently. Low-impact, Core Health stretches core muscles to encourage better postural alignment, which is an integral part of maintaining balance throughout the body.
KICK & BOXERCISE
Fight your way to fitness with some kicking exercises that really pack a punch. Non-contact Kick & Boxercise means you can really let rip without risk of injury and in a safe exercise class. Kickboxing is one of the most intense cardio experiences your body will ever know and lead to the victory of a toned body and flat, flab-free belly, as well as help your posture and your flexibility, especially around your hips.
<p>Visceral fat is a type of body fat that’s stored within the abdominal cavity. It’s located near several vital organs, including the liver, stomach, and intestines. It can also build up in the arteries. It’s often referred to as active fat because it can activate the many health problems associated with it from diabetes, heart disease, insulin resistance and neurological disorders.</p>
<p>Very often, the biggest factor determining someone’s performance in activities like running, rowing, or cycling is actually how strong or weak that person is.</p> <p>This is often cause for surprise, as most people probably wouldn’t make much of a connection between “strength” and their cardiovascular “fitness”.</p>
For some reason, how long (or how well) someone sleeps is often one of the last factors to be considered when we are thinking about ways to improve our health. It shouldn’t be.
The idea for today’s blog comes directly from a conversation I had with someone earlier this week, when I was trying to illustrate how huge a difference there can be in the energy content of different types of foods.