What is High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)?

 HIIT is strength and conditioning program that builds strength and increases endurance while working on your weaknesses using functional movements combined into high intensity, varied workouts.

HIIT eliminates routine and challenges participants each and every session to strive to be the best they can be. It’s designed for universal scalability, making it the perfect application for any committed individual regardless of experience and conditioning who is looking to become leaner, stronger, faster, more fit and confident.

HIIT is great for developing a broad base of fitness. Rather than working muscles in isolation, HIIT exercises involve the entire body, a method that gets balanced results much quicker than traditional programs.

HIIT incorporates Kettlebell training which gives high intensity cardio combined with many other movements, beneficially in day-to-day life.

Whether you want to lose weight, increase your functional strength and fitness, training as an elite athlete, in the armed forces, a housewife or a grandparent, HIIT is for you and will benefit anyone ready to accept the challenge.

         Burn FAT 

          Build MUSCLE 

          Increase STRENGTH 

     Rock-HARD midsection

          Increase STABILITY

          Build ENDURANCE


Active Recovery vs. Rest

Ever wonder whats going on with your body after an intense training session? It’s amazing ! Your muscles rebuild stronger than before! Deterioration of the bones slows down considerably. And much more beneficial stuff! All while you’re  doing nothing! Rest is absolutely an important part of any training program. We all know that proper recovery is needed to reduce the risk of injury and increase performance. SO WHAT IS ACTIVE RECOVERY?

We define active recovery as doing low intensity activities such as paddle boarding , kayaking, cycling , light jogging, or jumping rope for example. We recommend to our clients to use this active recovery to enhance the recovery process. By adding active recovery to your fitness routine you are increasing your heart rate which means you are circulating more blood which in turn gets rid of  the lactate and other wastes faster. This means that you actually recover faster than if you were to just “rest”. Here is the  best part, by adding active recovery you are subtracting fat calories! Imagine that?