Combine strength and technical skills, the class focus on varied movement combinations to be completed in the fastest time.
The class focus on improving movement quality by combining multiple methods of stretching, foam rolling and muscle pain release.
The class focus on getting stronger in the big three lifts: the squat, bench press, and deadlift with additional conditioning and core-strengthening exercises at the end of the sessions.
Olympic weightlifting consists of two types of lifts:
the snatch, and the clean and jerk. Both are overhead lifts and involve a full body range of motion. The goal is to lift
maximum weight at a rapid speed using a barbell.
'Condition and Restore'
Mobility training can improve the range of motion of our joints and muscles. It can also assist in improving our posture.
Improve the strength sports through the 3 common lifts and supplementary exercises. Develope maximum strength foundation improves control in all other functional movements.
For Olympic Weightlifting
The class focus on increasing technical proficiency in the Snatch and the Clean and jerk.
The class focus on time-based intervals that includes periods of rest to improve endurance and strength.
Greatness derives from appreciating each
other's strengths, and leaning on each other to overcome
tasks and challenges together.
The class focus on expending 350-700 cal.
The class focus on parent and child bonding through physical activities.
In a class the duo will warmup, play a few fun games and movement practices and then do a buddy workout that is scaled for all ages.
Free for all session for those who prefers their own time and target!
Can I drop-in to any class?
We’d love for you to join any of our scheduled classes! We would greatly appreciate if you could let us know when you’re coming in beforehand; our space is small and overcrowded classes can be hazardous to everyone’s safety.
Can I just use the gym for my own training?
Yes! Open gym runs in between class times, after which we kindly ask you to clear up and make way for the group class. Please note that you are fully responsible for your own safety as well as those around you when you train on your own. This is our home, we simply ask that you take care of it like your own!
Do I need experience before coming in?
If you’re completely new to exercising, give us a call or come by for a chat and we’ll explain what we’re all about.
You do not need to have prior experience, as we cater to all levels of fitness!
Having smaller classes means that our coaches can pay more attention to everyone and ensure that they receive the guidance they need.
What if I’m incredibly out of shape and I’m a little terrified about coming in?
You have our promise that you’ll be completely fine.
We’ve had people come in who were fatter, older, weaker, and probably less coordinated than you are, and they walked out of here unscathed (maybe even a little bit happier!)
Have courage, my friend.
The most important thing is that you’ve decided to do something that will lead you to a healthier life.
I have/had an injury. Can I still exercise?
Many of our members have used forms of functional training to rehabilitate their injuries.
As humans, we are constantly in motion regardless of any existing injuries.
We believe that learning the best and safest forms of functional movements, while gaining strength in these movements, as opposed to avoiding them altogether will lead you to long-term health.
Our coaches are always happy to work with you to work around your injuries by scaling or substituting exercises.
That being said, we are not certified physicians so it is important that you consider a professional opinion before undertaking this, or any other, exercise program.
Can I come in for a (free)trial class?
We do not offer free class. We usually request people to join our WOD level 1 or 2 class for the experience. These class are designed to focus on movement basics.
Can I sign up for a membership immediately?
Yes, but we recommend that you come down for a class before you sign up for a membership with us!
What do I need to bring?
You only need yourself! Come in with your workout clothes and towel (shirt, shorts, and sneakers); we’ll provide the rest.
Do you take credit cards?
Yes! We prefer cashless transactions. We accept Visa, Amex and Mastercard.