WHAT IS YOUR
CUP OF TEA?
Not all training is the same. It depends on your goals, fitness level, age & your body type.
Types of Fitness Training
• Strength or Resistance Training
• Cardiovascular Workout
- Steady State or High Intensity
• Power Training
• Circuit Training
• Functional Training
• Stretching and Flexibility
• Core Workout
• Metabolic and Tabata Training
and many more too numerous to mention
I TO HATE
MIXED MARTIAL ARTS
ICSA Kickboxing Level II
My First Kickboxing Certification was with Thomas the Promise; the founder of ISCA (International Sports Conditioning Association) and Promise Enterprises, the world’s largest sports conditioning association, and the first to establish and publish boxing and kick boxing standards and guidelines for safe, effective personal training and group exercise programs. It was this program that I initially fell in love with Kickboxing.
Tae Bo Cardio Kickboxing
Tae Bo was my next mixed martial arts training and was the first to choreograph Taekwondo and Karate moves together to music creating a total body fitness program.
Les Mills BodyCombat
My Training with Les Mills BodyCombat combined all that and more!! Fully choreographed it emphasizes all disciplines of Mixed Martial Arts. Working with skills from Karate, Taekwondo, Boxing, Muay Thai, Capoeira and Kung Fu.
Core de Force
My most recent training was with the Beachbody Program Core de Force. This program combines the high energy of BOXiNG, KICKBOXING,
and MUAY THAI in 3-minute rounds. The program uses all Bodyweight moves with cardio spikes making it a combination of MMA Training and
High Intensity Interval Training.
"IT'S NOT WHETHER YOU
GET KNOCKED DOWN, IT'S WHETHER YOU GET UP"