GROUP TRAINING

Our Group Training is unique, challenging and offers a level of programming that is not found anywhere else in St. Augustine. Group Training offers many benefits, including a lower monthly cost compared to our 1-1 Personal Training, accountability and progressions, that ensure that you continue to work towards becoming a better version of yourself each month. From high-energy TRX® Suspension Training, Circuit & HIIT training, we have something for everyone!

Look below for our Group Training descriptions, and once you find your favorite(s), sign up right on our site from our Class Schedule!

 

GROUP TRAINING FORMATS

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TRX® FIT

This is a high-intensity workout designed to build muscular endurance, improve lean to fat ratios and increase cardio capacity while getting you to sweat and have fun. It consists of a warm up, two endurance blocks, which end with a Cardio Challenge and are each repeated, and a cool down that consists of exercises from our TRX YOGA FLOW programming.

GOAL: Not to work to failure, but maintain an increased heart rate.

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TRX® STRONG

This is a slower paced workout designed to build muscular strength, and improve your form while getting you to sweat and have fun. It consists of a warm up, three strength blocks presented as a ladder, which end with built in recovery time, which will be necessary when each exercise is completed at the appropriate level of challenge, and a cool down that consists of exercises from our TRX YOGA FLOW programming.

GOAL: Not to increase heart rate, but to work to failure.

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TRX® CIRCUIT

This is a high-intensity multi-modality workout designed to build muscular endurance, improve lean to fat ratios and increase cardio capacity while getting you to sweat and have fun. It consists of a warm up, endurance blocks using the TRX Suspension Trainer, RIP Trainer, Battlerope, Sandbag and others, and a cool down that consists of exercises from our TRX YOGA FLOW programming.

GOAL: Not to work to failure, but maintain an increased heart rate.