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Congratulations! You've welcomed your beautiful, bouncing bundle of joy. After the new motherhood fog begins to wear off you're probably yearning for a little "me time" and may want to get back into your workout routine. We're here to help you settle back in, but before you do, check out our post-baby exercise tips.

Did you know you can boost your exercise and training results by adding strength training to your workout routine? While any exercise is better than doing none at all, adding strength training to your routine will burn more calories, long after the workout is complete. Why is that? Muscle tissue burns more calories than fat, even at rest. And for those of you worried about “bulking up too much”, worry not. You control all of that through the workouts and weights you choose to do and lift.

For years, ballet dancers the world over have been using the same muscle strengthening moves to create their sought-after physiques. Barre uses these same implements combined with elements from many disciplines, such as Pilates and yoga, to give you a high return, low impact workout that’s fun and energizing. 

Barre classes are an amazing way to set fire to your current workout routine. With the squeezing, pulsing, repeating movements that barre classes incorporate, the muscles are able to become leaner and stronger. Barre classes incorporate all the amazing benefits of several different workouts into one rhythmic, free-flowing, muscle stretching and strengthening routine. 

Have you been struggling to lose weight? If so, you may want to consider adding weight training to your workout regime. You may think that weight training is only for professional athletes and bodybuilders, but the truth is that anyone

Cross training is a training routine that incorporates several different types of exercises. For many people who exercise, cross training helps maintain a high level of overall fitness because it gives the opportunity to vary the amount of stress put on specific muscles or even the cardiovascular system. Cross training avoids the dreaded plateau. At that point, your overall fitness is limited and the conditioning you get from exercising is reduced. You are simply maintaining a certain level of fitness, rather than improving.

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