Courtesy of F45
Courtesy of F45
For some, the idea of group fitness conjures up visions of jazz and Zumba. But today, group training is not what it used to be, and there may not be any better proof than the F45 training. Australian-born fitness franchise Functional 45 focuses its training on circuit-style strength training and HIIT workouts, where even the best athlete would sweat after half of the 45-minute routine.
To find out what the training method is for everyone, we've touched upon F45's Global Performance Director Pete Pisani Most group gyms ̵
How do trainers ensure that F45 workouts can be tailored to each customer's fitness level?
They should encourage members to cross their borders, bearing in mind that everyone has different goals and abilities. Everything we do in our studios is scalable, with regressions and progressions to make sure the difficulty level matches the member's skill.
What can newcomers expect from a F45 training?
If you're new to Fitness and F45, expect a smile and a warm welcome from a certified trainer as you walk through the doors. We are proud to create a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere for all. All sessions are also time based. So it's up to our customers to move as fast or slow as they want during a set working period.
What goals can F45 help people achieve?
Our focus is on everyday people who have 45 minutes and want to spend those minutes back into their health. Our emphasis on functional movement, plyometrics and high-intensity interval training also make F45 an ideal program for building endurance and fast-twitch muscle fibers.