Our fitness training programs are aimed to bring about a lifestyle change in the individual’s life. We help each individual to gauge and understand their true potential, and strive to transform them to their optimum fitness level.
Aerobic training improves cardiovascular capacity, enhances cardio efficiency, conditions the muscles and builds endurance. It involves long, slow, continuous runs.
Coordination training improves muscular-skeletal coordination and flexibility. It involves calisthenics and stretching exercises.
Strength training improves overall physical strength and capacity. It involves core strengthening and medicine ball exercises.
Anaerobic training improves speed and power and involves speed runs of short distances on a range of terrains, including hills and synthetic surfaces.
Hill workouts consist of three variations: runs on short & steep hills, long & gradual hills and long & steep hills. Hill workouts improve your strength and speed.
Interval training involves a short run in which running speed and intensity are varied at specific intervals. Interval training improves speed and cardiovascular fitness.
Fartlek is a Swedish term that means, “Speed Play”. Fartlek training involves a blend of continuous and interval training, and is more unstructured. Fartlek training improves your speed and anaerobic threshold.
Race pace involves running at the pace that you want to achieve in the race that you are training for.
Long runs involve runs with progressively increasing distance every week. Long runs help you strengthen your leg muscles, increase resistance to fatigue, and maximize your ability to burn fat.
Time trials, involving runs of various distances, are conducted over specified intervals during the training to assess physical capacity and to analyze progress of training. Based on the results of Time Trials, individuals are promoted to the higher-level training group.
Cross training includes activities such as swimming, cycling, walking, etc. and it is generally included on rest days or substituted for running on easy days. However, you should not overtrain, as it might lead to decrease in performance.
RECOVERY – STRETCHING & BREATHING EXERCISES
Stretching and yogic pranayama (breathing exercises) are performed to enable faster recovery from the fatigue due to workout.