THE12 DAYS OF FITNESS 3 DAYS A WEEK
Continuous training is key to an enjoyable life. Our team of expertsled by Angelique Randall, Laura David and Masson Collet will conductvarious health fitness exercises as from January. The firm will majoron kickboxing, aquatic cycling, pound classes, boot camps, andconcerts. Aquatic cycling is good for strengthening body muscles,improving blood circulation and facilitating weight loss. Aquaticcycling is also important to individuals under weak conditions suchas pregnant mothers or disabled individuals due to a reduced risklevel. Boot camp services will be of great help to individuals whoare overweight or people who desire particular body shapes. Accordingto our previous research, two weeks exercise will enable one to lose1 pound, as more than 3,500 calories will be burned.
Music can be accompanied with training to ensure that individuals donot tire when practicing. Some people would have no morale tocontinue practicing is there is no music in the training room. Inmost cases, people who lack training may become a laughing stock. Asa result, people are forced to take part in the training to acquirethe right body shape.
The training exercise will also consist of a pound class. A poundclass will aid in strengthening the core as one keeps twisting theabdominal muscles. Pound class will include drums to ensure maximumbody workout. As pound class involves strenuous exercises, it willhelp individuals reduce body weight as well as eliminate back pains.Furthermore, pound classes will reduce body cholesterol, high bloodpressure and diabetes (Murphy & Murtagh, 2014).
An image showing people training in apound class
Music is both uplifting and motivating to the participants. Itencourages individuals to partake in various exercises with vigor.Music enables individuals to continue exercising for an extendedperiod. As results, individuals are able to attain the intendedresults within a limited time. Music has been known to boost memoryskills. Due to the soothing effect of music, individuals learn how toconcentrate on strenuous activities.
Murphy, M.H., Blair, S. N., & Murtagh, E. M. (2014). Accumulated versuscontinuous exercise for health benefit. SportsMedicine, 39(1),29-43.