What is your goal for the end of 2018?
There are just 3 months left but that is a huge amount of time to make some serious gains.
Let me show you how:
* I want to be stronger: You want to be doing Strength Training 3 times a week this month you should be aiming for Monday, Wednesday and Friday Strength Classes. Consistency is key.
* I want to lose fat: Conditioning and our Ox Fusion classes are going to help burn calories. Aim for 3-4 sessions a week.
*I want to be flexible: Yoga is the answer! Yoga is a low impact workout that helps improve your flexibility. Try incorporating a yoga class 1-2 times a week.
* I want to feel better: Any class!! Exercise helps improve your moods by producing feel good hormones.
* I want to make friends: Jump into any of our classes downstairs where you are free to chat and work in a group. Our trainers introduce new clients to help make the environment more inviting. Our members are friendly and love a good chat. Especially if it means missing out on those brownie point burpees....
* I want to be more present: Meditation and Mellow Yoga is our must do class for relieving anxiety. Find some time for yourself and centre your breath. Mindfulness is what The Ox Effect is all about.
* I want to be lean: Pilates Mat is a great way to lengthen the muscles and build a strong core. Low impact exercise that strengthens and lengthens muscles.
* I want to be free from back pain: Try our Yogalates class. The Pilates elements builds up your core. A strong core relieves back pain. The low impact exercises in yoga are kind to your back and the best way to recover and strengthen your back. Try get at least one Yogalates session or Pilates session a week.
*I want to be confident to exercise in a group: We have personal trainers available Male and Female if you need an extra hand at getting into the classes. Martin offers 6 week programmes that help you feel ready to join the class. It may be because you're returning from an injury, post natal or haven't been to a gym before.
Movement is a medicine for creating change in a person's physical, emotional, and mental states.