Different training sessions.
The new season has begun. Having made the most of the summer months, we would like to suggest some new challenges to help you feel better about yourself and your wellbeing. The mind impels us to think that we need a change of habits, a recovery of the old routines, or simply to go on enjoying them.
Come along and get yourself assessed by our specialists, and choose the workouts that are most adapted to your physical conditions and objectives.
At our centres, you will find specialists that can assess and take care of you in this respect and who will take it upon themselves not only to make sure you are comfortable at the centre and that you are doing what is most suitable for your needs, but also to ensure that what you do is done correctly and without risk of injury.
Once you have taken the leap, you will be able to achieve your goals, but in case you are not sure about the type of workout you should be doing…we provide you with a list of the most common workouts. Although there are workouts with integral benefits which complement each other, here is a rundown of the most significant ones in isolation:
The main objective of this kind of workout is to look after the heart and its functions and enhance lung capacity.
We do two types of workout which differ between them in terms of intensity and duration. HIIT, or High Intensity Interval Training, consists of high intensity workouts in short bursts. LISS, or Low Intensity Steady State consists of moderate or low intensity aerobic exercise of longer duration.
In either case, the best option in pursuit of maximum efficiency in our training sessions is to combine the two.
Body Toning workout:
A workout that aims to enhance muscular toning, and one that you can carry out as part of a planned routine specifically for this purpose, or as a result of a combination of muscular hypertrophy and fat loss.
In this type of workout the main goal will be to increase muscle mass, as well as the strength of tendons and ligaments, bone density, muscle tone and metabolic rate.
As far as existing types of strength training go, you should determine which way is best for you, keeping in mind the following: type of workout, type of exercises, intensity, sets, repetitions, and recovery time.
A workout whose goal is to increase metabolic rate at rest. This type of workout incorporates exercises which burn calories not only while you are working out but also afterwards. Ideal for losing weight by burning body fat, while also preserving muscle mass.
As a principle goal this type of training looks to improve mobility in your joints, recovering body tone, identifying defects in the movement of your joints. All of these with different possible goals such as recovery from injury, or their prevention, and preparation for competition.