Great class drew today Susie
Class was great Monday Tuesday am love it sweat Susie
I would like 7am classes
I love the classes!
S·W·E·A·T is a combination of Periodization, Functional Training methods and HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training). Giving you the best most effective (and scientifically proven) ways to reach all of your health and fitness goals, regardless of your current conditioning or age. Training includes intervals of high-intensity exercise (anywhere from 15-60 seconds), followed by a low-intensity or rest interval. Sound familiar? Resistance/weight training involves short intervals of high-intensity exercise, such as a bench press, to muscle failure followed by a rest interval before attempting the next set. Your body will eventually adapt to your routine (plateau). You must periodically change variables of your workout in order to continue to see gains. S·W·E·A·T is designed to maximize your time in the gym, no matter what your goals are. Research shows that HIIT helps burn the stingy “brown fat” located around your organs and midsection. S·W·E·A·T will burn more calories during your workouts, and keep the body burning more fat and calories long after the workout is over (Up to 24 Hrs!). This metabolism (fat burning potential) boost is accompanied by production of HGH (human growth hormone) improving recovery time, immune system and slowing down the aging process. The fat burning and metabolism boost help target problem areas such as waist and hips, especially in FEMALES with a slower metabolism. Testosterone levels, in MALES, are increased while preserving and improving strength gains and muscle tissue all while drastically improving absolute and relative VO2 peaks (muscular endurance).
Took Sandra class Monday was awesome .the biggest class ever Susie Strickland
First Saturday with Sandra loved it Susie she great
SORRY FOR THE DELAY KIM…were you able to click on the calendar tab and sign in to any of the classes?
I don’t have email Susie Strickland
Okay, thanks Susie….
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