Most trainers specialize in one or more areas and have designed specialized group training classes around these areas.
BELOW IS A SAMPLE OF CLASSES OFFERED AT DIFFERENT TIMES OF THE YEAR:
Instructors use a combination of Kettlebell and TRX suspension training (mutliplanar bodyweight training developed for the Navy Seals) for the most fun and effective class in Madison!
TRX Rip Training:
Rip Training utilizes a lever bar and resistance cord to provide a unique mix of rotation, core stability, control, power, strength, mobility, metabolic conditioning, balance and coordination challenges. Life and sport require that we be able to both control and produce rotational force. Rip Training utilizes the same asymmetrical loading we encounter every day. Whether you're carrying groceries, picking up your child, throwing a ball, or performing athletic movements such as swimming, running, and biking, your body is always producing rotation or controlling externally-induced rotation.
KickBox Boot Camp:
This exciting class combines both KICKBOXING and BOOT CAMP drills for a fun, full-body workout! You'll learn how to strike with power and control, basic self-defense skills, and the best part...you'll get to punch and kick the heavy bags!
This hour long class focuses on balance, flexibility, cardio work, core strength, posture, and fun. If you're coming back from an injury or just wanting small group attention, this class is for you. This is also a great choice for Supreme's seniors.
Taught by a licensed massage therapist, this 30 minute class teaches and practices myofacial release techniques with the foam roller.
Tough Mudder Training Camp:
Getting ready for any of the many local mud runs? Madison's leaders in functional fitness will get you ready for your event with focus on injury prevention, strength, specific obstacles, endurance, mobility, balance, and fun!
Improve your swim form and technique with other adults. From the triathlete to the recreational swimmer, Master Swim is a great workout!
T'ai chi is an ancient Chinese martial arts and health tradition that is practiced today as a graceful form of non-impact exercise. It involves a series of movements performed in a slow, focused manner accompanied by deep breathing. It can enhance balance, posture, strength, and coordination. T'ai chi is also considered to be a form of moving meditation for chi (energy) building/balancing and for relaxation and stress relief. In this class, you will learn a modernized version of a Yang style long form.
30-45 minute classes focus on a variety of themes and techniques to develop relaxation, self-awareness, mindfulness, and to gently balance the energy systems of the spirit-mind-body. Your instructor is both a Reiki Master and State of Wisconsin licensed Physical Therapist.