Freestyle Group Training

Freestyle Group Training

Our Freestyle Group Training (FGT) is a combination of three-dimensional training movements that will challenge your muscles to move you in the way nature intended. Each of the challenging FGT classes are designed to help you reach your goals, whilst improving your everyday movement ability. This creates a workout that gives maximum results whilst making everyday activities easier to undertake. With FGT each workout is different.

It’s all about training in three planes of motion; everyone can get involved due to the large range of weights and equipment that we offer, plus everyone will benefit from the training.

WHAT WILL I FIND IN THE FREESTYLE AREA?

ViPR

ViPR stands for Vitality, Performance and Reconditioning, and is a weighted rubber tube used for loaded movement training. It increases body strength and improves balance and flexibility through a combination of strength and functional movement. Workouts are made up of a range of ViPR weights and intensities making it accessible for all fitness levels.

Suspension training

Work the whole body effectively using suspension straps and functional body weight exercises such as bending, jumping, pushing, pulling and squatting to build endurance and develop strength; work the core stability, upper and lower body via bodyweight resistance.

Kettlebells

A Kettlebell is a ball shaped weight with a single handle, designed for a total body workout combining power and strength to build stamina. Help strengthen your core and improve posture, while stripping body fat.

Bosu balls

BOSU  stands for ‘Both Sides Utilised’ and is a simple, easy-to-use piece of equipment structured like an exercise ball cut in half with a platform on one side.

While exercising with a BOSU ball, you constantly make slight adjustments to balance and counterbalance your body. This means that at all times, at least some part of your body is working to stabilise itself.

Steelbells

The SteelBell/ Sandbell is an intense free weight. Filled with tiny balls of either steel shot,or sand it is dense and incredibly lively challenging your core and stabilizers with every move. Think of the SteelBell/ Sandbell as a medicine ball you can hold with one hand or a soft kettle bell with no handle needed. Choose the SteelBell/SandBell to improve performance and challenge muscles like never before.

Medicine Balls

Build and strengthen your core from every angle; increase abdominal power and strength, targeting the obliques with multi directional ball slams. Work with resistance to strengthen your abs and oblique’s with Russian twists. Be explosive with wood chop lifts -they work the abdominals and upper body hard.

Dumbbells

Dumbbells are one of the most widely used weight-training equipment pieces. One dumbbell consists of two equal weights that are attached to a handle, The main reason why people use dumbbells is to build and tone muscles, and they can be used to develop muscles in most parts of the body. 

Plyo boxes

Plyometrics, also known as jump training is a training technique designed to increase muscular power and explosiveness. Originally developed for Olympic athletes, Plyo box training improves vertical jump performance, muscle strength and muscle protection.

The one thing you won't see in this area is machines. These areas are designed to focus on the movement, not on the machine, helping you get results 50% more than if you were using a fixed form machines!

NOT SURE WHERE TO START?

FGT BASICS

A great workout that will cover all of the moves used in the other classes. By understanding the moves before you attend the other classes you can maximise your results!!

FGT CORE

This workout will challenge your core in three planes of motion. 
A three-dimensional core workout is the way to performing better in the gym.

FGT HIIT

Push yourself to the limit with HIIT training. Designed to get results quickly by mixing short, intense bursts of exercise with short recovery periods.

FGT STRENGTH

Learn to use the equipment to get stronger. Challenge your whole body with this strength workout. Using superset exercises and a mix of freestyle equipment to maximise your results.

FGT POWER

Use heavy equipment with explosive body weight exercise to increase your power.

You can also check out our iPoints (interactive touch screens) which are stocked full of videos to guide you on individual workouts.

*facilities and class availability vary from centre to centre.