CORE and Strength· Interval Training Workout - Timed work intervals divided into sets of exercises. The workout session may focus on muscular endurance, strength and power, agility and speed, balance, or a combination of these.
CORE Express - A 30 minute version of CORE and Strength.
Power Pump - Group strength training to motivating, upbeat music. Use barbells and free weights
for a workout that will build muscle and burn fat. The barbells allow you to adjust the weight load
and challenge each muscle group.
Spinning® - An instructor led small group indoor cycling class. A great aerobic workout. Calling ahead to reserve your bike is highly recommended. Come along for the ride!
Tabata Express - A 30 minute high intensity interval training program (HIIT) which alternates 20 second bursts of intense exercises with 10 seconds of recovery time. Great results!
We offer a variety of classes for every level and style. Don't know what you like? Come visit a few classes.
MC Square • 135 RT 101A • Amherst NH • 603-204-5993
603-204-5993 • MC Square 135 route 101A Amherst NH 03031
What is TRX® Suspension Training? - The TRX® is made up of straps with handles and is suspended from a single point. It is distinguished from traditional exercises in that either the hands or the feet are suspended, providing the ideal mix of support and mobility. This piece of equipment will take your workout to a new dimension. Three dimensional suspension training is all core all the time. A total body workout!
What is TRX RIP Training? The RIP Trainer is one of the most efficient and effective functional training tools available. Called the "new kid on the block" by the developers of TRX® Training, the RIP· was designed as a tool to generate and resist rotational forces through strength and power. The movements of the RIP· rely on a lever bar and resistance cord for variable resistance training that provides an ideal mix of rotation, core stability, control, power, balance and co-ordination.
What is Functional Fitness / Strength Training? - The key to functional fitness is getting the muscles to work together in order to perform everyday activities. These exercises are mostly done standing on your own and supporting your weight while engaging your core stabilizing muscles, along with the other muscle groups needed to complete the exercise. Imagine putting your body in an every day activity such as bending over and then exercising all the muscles needed to carry out that activity. Add stability balls, resistance tubing, free weights, bosus, small balls and pulleys for a versatile and fun workout.