OUR SERVICES are designed aroun you and your goals to help you meet your health and fitness goals.
10 REASONS WHY EVERYONE NEEDS A PERSONAL TRAINER:
1-You will learn to do it right.
2-You will get the support you need.
3-They will push back at your excuses.
4-You will see results faster.
5-If you're a 'no-show' expect a phone call; you'll make your next session.
6-You paid for it.
7-They will push you.
8-They will challenge you.
9-They will make your work-out fun.
10-They will motivate and encourage you and then applaud your efforts.
Private Session Pricing is $20 per session. Please call 361-800-1759 for reservation.
Weight Room Hours: 24 Hours per day/7 Days per week. Call for entry code information
Benchpress, Plates, Barbell, Dumbells, Hand Weights
GROUP FITNESS CLASS DESCRIPTIONS ALL AGES & ALL LEVELS OF FITNESS
‘HIIT’ High Intensity Interval Training Fitness Class: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7:00 a.m. HIIT consists of 8 intervals with 8 exercises performed for 20 seconds followed by 10 seconds of rest between each exercise and 60 seconds of rest between each interval. Make sure you leave time for a bit of post HIIT stretching, too.
BEGINNER WEIGHT TRAINING: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8 a.m. Life and sports require strength and flexibility: lifting, reaching, turning and bending move you through your day and keep you in the game. This class will orient you with the basics of weight lifting and usage of the Universal Gym.
EASY DOES IT Fitness: Monday, Wednesday & Friday 10 a.m. Keep the ticker healthy without added stress to joints by utilizing the ‘chair method’ through the use of Functional Fitness Exercises. Functional Fitness exercise strengthens muscles for daily tasks by simulating common movements you might do at home. Functional Fitness also emphasize core stability. This class is designed to increase muscle strength, balance and range of motion.
WORK IT OFF AFTER WORK: Monday & Wednesday 5:00 p.m. After working hard all day, it’s your time now. Pick your style of Interval Workout (HIIT or Easy Does It) and the amount of you want to perform. A maximum of 8 intervals will be offered with 8 exercises performed for 20 seconds followed by 10 seconds of rest between each exercise with 90 seconds of rest between each interval. Make sure you leave time for a bit of post exercise stretching.
Studies show that employees who can use work time for exercise or other health promoting measures will maintain the same level of productivity, or higher at work. Employees who spend 2.5 hours a week being physically active tend to be more satisfied with the quantity and quality of their work, reported increased work ability and took less sick time than employees who did not engage in physical activity. Private instruction can be facilitated at your locale during a time convenient for you and your staff.
Call 361-800-1759 to Facilitate Group Pricing at the gym for your employees. Add a perk to their benefits!
Your core is a complex series of muscles, extending far beyond your abs, including everything besides your arms and legs. The core is made up of three muscle sheaths: The upper abs, the side muscles, (the obliques) and then a deeper layer of muscle. Those deep muscles are the ones that (when consistently worked) get you a flatter and tighter stomach. Your core muscle group is incorporated in almost every movement of the human body and acts primarily as a stabilizer and force transfer rather than a prime mover. According to Andy Waldhem in his Assessment of Core Stability: Developing Practical Models, there are “five different components of core stability: strength, endurance, flexibility, motor control, and function and it is important to first achieve core stability to protect the spine and surrounding musculature from injury. In essence, without a solid core the instability of the pelvis, hips, knee and low/mid back will be heightened.
Frustration among weight-loser/gainers is that they gain all the weight back – and more! This is because cutting calories and excessive traditional cardio (CMT) can encourage muscle loss. Loss of lean, metabolically active muscle tissue results in a decreased metabolism, which makes the fat come right back. But studies show that HIIT helps to preserve muscle tissue and rev-u[ your metabolism. HIIT benefits include a high caloric burn rate. Intensity is high to very high and elevates the resting metabolism rate with the end result being a higher caloric burn rate. Also, HIIT creates an Elevated Post-exercise Oxygen Consumption (EPOC). When EPOC is elevated it results in stimulation of “fat burning enzymes”. EPOC can contribute 10-25% of total calories burned continuing long after your work-out is over.