(PRWEB) August 16, 2012
Also known as indoor stationary cycling, Extreme Fitness now offers this popular type of group class at all 13 of its locations. Combining strength training, muscular endurance and cardiovascular conditioning, spinning has seen a resurgence of popularity in the past decade. A person can burn several hundred calories in a low-impact workout, minimizing the pressure on your feet and knees, reducing the chance of strain and injury. Led by highly trained group fitness instructors, those who participate in regular spin classes will see a multitude of benefits. Some of these benefits include:
Improving cardio-vascular (heart) health
Strengthening and toning core muscles
Increasing stamina and endurance
Losing weight and burning fat
Another group class that’s exploded onto the fitness scene in recent years is military bootcamp-style workouts. Using a combination of cardio, circuit training, body strength and mobility training, this type of group class is all about tough love and sweat. Participants are encouraged to bring water and a towel, as well as their determination. Regular bootcamp attendees can expect to see results in less than 60 days.
About Extreme Fitness
Founded in 1995, Extreme Fitness has long been known for its luxurious and inviting club design as well as its high-quality results-oriented personal training programs. Everything they do is to obtain results. From their exhilarating classes and demanding personal trainers to their helpful staff and amazing facilities, it’s all about their members reaching personal goals.
For more information and general inquiries, please contact marketing(at)extremefitness(dot)ca or visit http://www.extremefitness.ca