Everyone can strength train, however, how you train could vary between people. Our workouts are adapted to meet any needs or levels of fitness ensuring you are lifting weights the right way, the first time.
While you build strength, you will build skills that you can develop week to week. Be ready for moves that will advance and challenge you.
Strength training isn't only for powerlifting and rippling muscles; it's also one of the best ways to burn fat, lose weight, tone and condition, and improve cognitive function.
A strength class is designed to work all the big muscle groups using compound exercises like squats, bench press, rows, as well as isolation training like bicep curls, triceps' extensions, shoulder press to work your whole body in one session.
Whatever method of strength training you do; the objective is to put your muscles under tension to promote muscle growth and neuromuscular changes.
Decrease your risk of falls
Lower your risk of injury
Promote greater mobility and flexibility
Improve brain health
Strength training will challenge all your major muscle groups, so it is recommended you do no more than two to three classes a week, ensuring you have a day off in between sessions.
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