Reflex Martial Arts Centre has a new complete weights area for strength & conditioning training.
Our new weights area will have - squat racks, dumbbells, kettle bells, sled, plates, bars, battle & climbing ropes, TRX, medicine - fit & slam balls, bikes, rower & more! Reflex circuit classes will deliver a dynamic fitness with core strength & conditioning training to support and achieve your goals!
The overall result will increase your muscle tone.
Reflex trainers will guide you through step by step with weights training and exercise skills with correct techniques! It’s a popular training tool and works well with your martial arts training and any sporting activity or competition!
Monday 5.45pm (50min) - Weight Circuit functional training
Tuesday 6.15am (45min) - Weights Circuit / Boxing Skills
Wednesday 5.45pm (50min) - Weight Circuit functional training
Thursday 6.15am (45min) - Weights Circuit / Boxing Skills
Friday 5.45pm (50min) - Weight Circuit functional training
Weights programs are varied and can change to provide different challenges! Students can also train individually in your own time or in the group class times listed above. The classes are supervised by your instructor to ensure students get the most out of their circuit training.
Kettlebells were developed in Russia in the 1700s, primarily for weighing crops. It is said that these farmers became stronger and found them useful for showing off their strength during festivals.
By their nature, typical kettlebell exercises build strength and endurance, particularly in the lower back, legs, and shoulders, and increase grip strength. The basic movements, such as the swing, snatch, and the clean and jerk, engage the entire body at once, and in a way that mimics real world activities such as shoveling or farm work.
Unlike the exercises with dumbbells or barbells, kettlebell exercises often involve large numbers of repetitions. Kettlebell exercises are in their nature holistic; therefore they work several muscles simultaneously and may be repeated continuously for several minutes or with short breaks. This combination makes the exercise partially aerobic and more similar to high-intensity interval training rather than to traditional weight lifting.