On Point Fitness Studio | Regular Resistance Training
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Regular Resistance Training

Regular Resistance Training

OnPoint Fitness Studio uses a variety of strength training methods to confuse your body, increased strength gains and your overall fitness.

 

We offer 30 minutes, 45 minutes, or 1 hour workout sessions. The sessions are designed for those who like to do more during their workouts. If you want to reduce body fat, increase muscle mass and burn calories more efficiently, these types of trainings are the key components of overall health and fitness.

Kettle Bell Training:

A kettlebell is a sphere shaped cast iron weight that resembles a cannonball with a handle on it.  The kettlebell is used as a strength and conditioning tool that integrates multi-joint full body movements. The kettlebell differs from other modalities as users work under a submaximal load completing many kettlebell lift repetitions over extending periods, as a result, blurring the line between cardiovascular and  musculoskeletal training. The literature has shown that the kettlebell positively benefits muscular endurance (Manocchia et al, 2010), maximal strength, explosive power (Lake & Lauder, 2012), as well as for increasing aerobic capacity (Falatic, 2011).

 

TRX training:

TRX stands for Total Body Resistance Exercise. It’s a type of training that uses your own body weight and gravity to build strength, balance, coordination, flexibility, core and joint stability, all while preventing injuries. The TRX was originally designed by a Navy Seal who needed to stay in shape within limited space using something that he could easily take on his travels.

 

Resistance Training:

Extensive research reveals that not only is resistance training an effective method for improving muscular strength, endurance, and power, but it is also effective for improving the health status of most individuals – not only competitive athletes. Also, it is a vital part of a balanced physical activity routine that includes aerobic and flexibility activities.