I offer all sorts of training and will customize a plan for each individual, taking in to account fitness level, goals and any health or fitness limitations. I can do that in a personal one-on-one setting and in group classes. Most of the training is offered in group classes, where clients enjoy personal attention combined with interaction and collegiality of working amongst a small group of others. The group classes offer the best individual value with lower costs per session than private training.
Group Outdoor Training
At Ultimate Bootcamp we do a combination of TABATA & High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) for our Workout of the Day (WOD).
What Is HIIT
HIIT stands for high intensity interval training, which means you perform a high intensity interval (+80% max heart rate) followed by a low intensity interval. The most common HIIT technique is a 30 second sprint followed by a 1 minute walk. The intervals are usually repeated for 10-15 minutes. A light warm up is recommended due to the increased chance of injury associated with high intensity activity, a 5-10 minute warm down is also recommended.
Benefits Of HIIT Over Traditional Cardio:
EPOC Excess Post-Exercise Oxygen Consumption
Also known as “the after-burn”, in recovery, oxygen EPOC is used in the processes that restore the body to a resting state and adapt it to the exercise just performed. These include: hormone balancing, replenishment of fuel stores, cellular repair, innervation and anabolism. Post-exercise oxygen consumption replenishes the phosphagen system. EPOC burns extra calories up to 48 hours after your HIIT session, depending how hard your HIIT session was. One experiment found EPOC increasing metabolic rate to an excess level that decays to 13% three hours after exercise, and 4% after 16 hours. So performing HIIT can help you burn more calories all day long even when you’re not exercising, which will help you shed fat faster.