THE ONE TWENTY APPROACH
ONE PLAN, TWENTY FITNESS TECHNIQUES
Do you find yourself getting into the habit of doing the same exercises and classes each week? Do you find that it is becoming easier and more comfortable? That isn’t necessarily a good thing!
When doing the same exercises repeatedly, in a relatively short time your body will adapt, and the workouts will no longer give you the challenges or improvements you’re looking for.
To maintain a healthy, challenging, exercise plan, it’s very important to diversify your workouts with a variety of activities covering key elements of fitness; aerobic, strength, core, balance and mobility.
Our 'Fit With Twenty’ approach incorporates twenty different focused workouts keeping variety in your fitness routine and maximising results to help you reach your own individual goals with an all-round fitness plan.
SHED THOSE EXCESS POUNDS
BUILD STRENGTH & ENDURANCE
FIT IN TWENTY
Increase endurance in a variety of exercises
Use only free weights to teach the body to control external objects
Similar to body weight training but through the application of gymnastic techniques
Improving the brain to work better with the body during exercise
Free up the entire body, for cleaner movement and increased agility
High Intensity Interval Training to get your heart rate up and help improve recovery time
Working with someone else to achieve a specific task, workout or challenge
Working on an area of fitness specific to you
Workouts that increase performance of muscles that arena the lower body
(Cardiovascular Specific) These are done every 120 days (4 months) to test the improvements you're making
Increase muscle endurance and power
Increase control and strength through movements using only body weight
Concentrate and develop specific techniques
Enhance sense of stability through body weight and free weight exercises
Put together many different fitness and training styles to keep your body guessing
20 seconds of high intensity
work with 10 seconds rest for 8 rounds of varied exercises
Working in a group of 3 or more to achieve a specific task, workout or challenge
Workouts that increase the performance of muscles that arena the upper body
Increase performance of muscles central to the body and help stabilise the spine
These are done every 120 days (4 months) to test the improvements you're making