Obstacle Training In Vancouver

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_single_image image="3756" img_link_target="_self" img_size="full"][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text]Designing And ObstacleFit Routine Before you start your workout you always have to set your goal. If you want to firm up your arms then functional exercises that focus on the upper body would be recommended. If you want to strengthen the legs the lower body exercises would be most effective. If you want to firm that tummy then a variety of core exercise would be the focus of the routine. A simple one hour (most effective) routine would look like this; 6 minute module 1 (1 minute rounds) Cardio 6 minute module 2 (1 minute rounds) Cardio Core 6 minute module 3 (1 minute rounds) Cardio Chest/Arms 6 minute module 4 (1 minute rounds) Cardio Back/Shoulders Encouraged to break for water anytime but break for 1-2 minutes to allow people to recover If ObstacleFit Cardio Kickboxing; 6 minute module 5 (1 minute round) Basic Fundamentals Of Punches (either facing forward or facing parner) 6 minute module 6 (1 minute round) Non-Stop Basic Punches With Partners 6 minute module 7 (1 minute round) Basic Fundamentals Of Kicks (either facing forward or facing partner) 6 minute module 8 (1 minute round) Non-Stop Basic Kicks With Partners 6 minute module 9 (1 minute round) Non-Stop Group Training 6 minute module 10 (1 minute round) Cool Down Stretch, Goal Setting with Partners While stretching in a group fitness environment it is acceptable to chat with instructor or other students to discuss goals, upcoming events, team bonding, exchanging emails or phone numbers. It is also important to spend a few moments retraining your mind to prepare for the rest of your day. Note: ObstacleFit is not a class that slows it’s pace to teach true Kickboxing, Boxing, Conditioning, Yoga, Pilates or even dance but exists to keep the body moving and engaged[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]