Crossfit
CrossFit is a strength and conditioning brand that combines weightlifting, sprinting, gymnastics, powerlifting, kettlebell training, plyometrics, rowing, and medicine ball training.  CrossFit contends that a healthy, fit person requires proficiency in each of ten general physical skills: cardiovascular/respiratory endurance, stamina, strength, flexibility, power, speed, agility, balance, coordination, and accuracy.  CrossFit athletes run, row, jump rope, climb rope and carry odd objects. They frequently move large loads quickly over short distances, and use powerlifting and Olympic weightlifting techniques. CrossFit athletes also use dumbbells, gymnastics rings, pull-up bars, kettlebells, and many bodyweight exercises. CrossFit is the principal strength and conditioning program for many police academies and tactical operations teams, military special operations units, champion martial artists, and hundreds of other elite and professional athletes worldwide.


Cardio Kickboxing
Cardio Kickboxing combines kickboxing techniques with cardio vascular exercises that will build strength, endurance, and reduce body fat.  You will learn kicks, punches, elbows and knees while getting valuable resistance training that promotes total body definition, muscle and skeletal strength, and endurance.  It is also amazing cardio!  Muscle and Fitness Magazine rates Kickboxing as the #1 fat burner at 800 calories per hours!   We pack real self-defense skills into the most exciting, rewarding, and beneficial workout of your life, taught by real martial art experts. The Cardio Kickboxing is suitable for everyone beginners to advanced, and classes are taught in a fun and safe atmosphere with no contact element!


Boot Camp
Extreme Fitness Bootcamp is always challenging and never boring.   Workouts are done inside and outdoors.  Classes are designed for everyone from beginner to advanced.  We use several types of training equipment such as:  TRX, Tire flip, Sandbag, Gymnastic rings, Weight sled for various sled dragging, Rowing machine, Kettlebells, Waterball, Mini bands, Bodyweight exercises such as box jumps, push-ups, pull ups, burpees, froggers, etc.  The benefits are reduction in bodyfat, improve endurance and increased strength.


Core Training
Core Training aims to target all the muscles groups that stabilize the spine and pelvis.  It's these muscle groups that are critical for the transfer of energy from large to small body parts during many sporting activities. Core strength training differs from many traditional weight training routines by working both the lower back and abdominals in unison. The same is true for the upper and lower body. All athletic movements incorporate the core in some way. Very few muscle groups are isolated. Instead the whole body works as a unit and Core Training endeavours to replicate this.  Core Training will provide greater efficiency of movement, Improved body control and balance, Increased power output from both the core musculature and peripheral muscles such as the shoulders, arms and legs, reduced risk of injury, improved balance and stability, and overall athletic performance.


Kettlebell
The Kettlebell is a cast iron weight that looks like a cannonball with a handle, used to perform ballistic exercises which combine cardiovascular, strength, and flexibility training.  Kettlebell training gets back to basic training that requires functional, whoel body fitness.  Kettlebells require an athlete to focus on whole-body conditioning because lifting and controlling a Kettlebell forces the entire body, and specifically the core, to contract a group, building strength and stability at the same time.  Kettlebell workouts engage multiple muscle groups at once.  Using this method, you will get a whole body workout in a short time.  You will burn more calories and have a formula for significant fat loss!!!