Semi-private training are small groups of 4-6 people. Each session has
a specific theme of either Strength, High Intensity Interval Training,
Boxing, Gymnastic Strength or Rehabilitation.


Yes, strength training will add definition to your muscles and give men and women alike more fit and toned bodies. But working out with weights does so much more:

1. Helps keep the weight off for good this time!
2. Protects bone health and muscle mass.
3. Makes you stronger and fitter.
4. You develop better body mechanics.
5. It plays a role in disease prevention.
6. Boosts energy levels and improves your mood.
7. Translates to more calories burned.

High Intensity
Interval Training (HIIT)

HIIT workouts centre around short bursts of very intense activity, alternating with periods of less strenuous activity or complete rest.

Four key benefits of HIIT that might just persuade you to surrender ten extra minutes in bed in the morning, and opt for a HIIT workout instead:

1. HIIT can give you a day-long metabolism boost.
2. Burn More Fat
3. Appetite Suppression
4. HIIT is an extremely efficient way of squeezing
in a great workout into a short space of time.


Boxing as a fitness activity enables the average person to hone those same athletic skills, all without having to take a punch.

1. Enhanced Cardiovascular Health
2. Improved Total-Body Strength
3. Better Hand-Eye Coordination
4. Decreased Stress
5. Improved Body Composition


Gymnastics strength training provides countless benefits to those willing to commit to the process. By focusing on bodyweight progressions, athletes have the opportunity to increase relative strength, strength endurance, mobility, proprioception, kinesthetic awareness, and more.

Additionally, the intense full-body muscle contractions and significant time spent under tension lead to great gains in hypertrophy, lean muscle mass, and fat loss.


Rehabilitation is ideal for those who have a currently or previous injury. Rehabilitation will focus on reducing and limiting pain, increasing range of movement to the injured area and re-intergrating in regular movement patterns.