|10.00 - 11.00||Couch to 5k|
|Synergy 360 Class|
|10.30 - 11.00|
|11.00 - 12.00|
|12.00 - 1.00||*Circuits with Fionn|
|2.00 - 3.30|
|4.00 - 5.00||Soccer for kids 4-7 yrs
with Sean Walshe
|5.00 - 6.00||Yoga for kids with Norah Coyne €6.00||Soccer for kids 8- 12 yrs
with Sean Walshe
|7.00 - 8.00||*Half & Half|
|*Circuits with Fionn||*Half & Half |
|*Circuits with Fionn|
|8.15 - 8.45||Couch to 5k|
|Couch to 5k|
|9.00 - 9.30|
Aerobics is an exercise class set to music which combines aerobic exercise with stretching and strength training routines with the goal of improving all elements of fitness and can be adapted to suit different fitness levels. An hour Aerobics class can burn between 400-700 Calories.
Step Aerobics is a form of Aerobics set to music using a Step. Like Aerobics, Step Aerobics improves all elements of fitness and can be adapted to the induvial person by changing the height of the Step. An hour Step Aerobics class can burn between 680-1030 Calories.
Circuit Training is a form of body conditioning or resistance training. A Circuit is made up of different exercises at each station which can be adapted to the individual person. An hour Circuit training can burn between 650-830 Calories.
Kettlebell is a form of ballistic exercises performed using a ball like weight with a handle. Kettlebell training combines cardiovascular, strength and flexibility training and can be changed to suit each person by changing the weight of the Kettlebell. An hour Kettlebell class can burn up to 1200 Calories.
Fit Club is a 30 minute class I designed for anyone who wanted to lose weight but didn’t have a lot of time. Fit Club allows clients to weigh in each week and take part in a high intense 30 minute class improving strength and cardiovascular fitness. A 30 minute Fit Club class can burn between 450-700 Calories.
Tae Bo is a total body workout which incorporates kicks and punches while moving to a fast cardio beat. Tae Bo is an excellent cardiovascular workout but because of the movements involved it is also effective in toning, defining muscles, improving balance, flexibility and coordination. An hour Tae Bo workout can burn between 500-800 calories.
Boxercise is a total body workout using boxing style sparring with pads and gloves. Boxercise works all aspects of fitness. An hour of Boxercise can burn between 400-600 Calories.
Couch To 5k is a training session which works on improving cardiovascular fitness while working towards running a distance of 5K. The Couch To 5K is a course of 8 weeks.
Bits & Pieces is an hour class and is a combination of all the other classes. Calories burnt depend on which activities are done in the class.
Serious athletes have long known about the benefits of high intensity interval training (HIIT)—alternating periods of short, intense anaerobic exercise with less intense recovery periods—and they’ve been reaping the rewards, too.
HIIT: WHAT IS IT ?
HIIT, or high-intensity interval training, is a training technique in which you give all-out, one hundred percent effort through quick, intense bursts of exercise, followed by short, sometimes active, recovery periods. This type of training gets and keeps your heart rate up and burns more fat in less time.
What is high intensity cardio?
High Intensity Interval Training involves alternating between very intense bouts of exercise and low intensity exercise. For example, sprinting for 30 seconds, then walking for 60 seconds is high intensity interval training. HIIT can be used both anaerobically (in the gym with weights) and aerobically with cardio
HIIT is all the hype lately. According to a survey conducted by The American College of Sports Medicine, it’s one of the two top fitness trends for 2014 (the other being bodyweight training). So what’s this type of training all about? What is it with HIIT?
HIIT, or high-intensity interval training, is a training technique in which you give all-out, one hundred percent effort through quick, intense bursts of exercise, followed by short, sometimes active, recovery periods. This type of training gets and keeps your heart rate up and burns more fat in less time. “A high-intensity workout increases the body’s need for oxygen during the effort and creates an oxygen shortage, causing your body to ask for more oxygen during recovery,” says Eric Salvador, NASM, NSCA, head instructor at The Fhitting Room in New York City. “This afterburn effect is referred to as Excess Post-Exercise Oxygen Consumption (EPOC) and is the reason why intense exercise will help burn more fat and calories than regular aerobic and steady-state workouts.”