Strength and conditioning training :


Body part split training is great and all but what about muscle that can function in the real world as well? Functional training has gotten a lot of press lately for good reason: It’s not only a new and (not so) unique way of training but also one that has practical purpose attached. What good is it to have perfectly proportioned pecs and highly-peaked biceps if you can’t lift a sack of cement?


Strong legs, back and shoulder girdle developed not only for mass and muscularity but also for lifting, holding, pushing, pulling, throwing and heaving can benefit you in more ways than you think. When the whole body is strong and works synergistically, you develop a flow and strength that isn’t easily gained by traditional body part splits of one muscle group per day type training. Bombing a single muscle into submission over time will serve little in the way of walking out of the gym and having the ability of overall strength and capability.





Pilates training :


The Pilates “method,” as it is now known, is an exercise system focused on improving flexibility, strength, and body awareness, without necessarily building bulk. The method is a series of controlled movements performed on specially designed spring-resistant exercise apparatus (the Reformer, the Cadillac, the Spine Corrector, the Ladder Barrel, and the Wunda Chair) or on the floor (mat work), and the sessions are supervised by specially trained instructors. Pilates is resistance exercise, not aerobic (cardio), although the heart rate will certainly rise for a deconditioned individual. However, it’s closer to weight lifting than it is to jogging, biking, or other aerobic activities, and so you should consider it resistance exercise.


Two of the key elements of Pilates are core muscle strength* and spinal alignment. The core musculature is loosely defined as the spine, abdomen, pelvis, hips, and the muscles that support these structures. Some of the main core muscles are the erector spinae (located in your back along your spine), the internal and external obliques (the sides of your abdomen), the transverse abdominis (located deep in your gut, this muscle pulls your belly button in toward your spine), the rectus abdominis (the “six-pack”), and hip flexors (in your pelvis and upper leg).


During a Pilates session, whether it’s on the machines or the floor, the instructor will continuously prompt you to concentrate deeply on your core muscles, as well as on your breath, the contraction of your muscles, and the quality (not quantity) of your movements. These are also key elements of Pilates, and your instructor will emphasize them at every session. The objective is a coordination of mind, body, and spirit, something Joseph Pilates called “contrology.” In his first book published in 1945, Pilates’ Return to Life Through Contrology, the 34 original exercises that Pilates taught to his students are described along with the guiding principles of contrology.






Weight Management :



Fat loss, muscle build ; weight loss; weight gain


Its an extremely scientific method and we are driven by science. Our trainers are specialised in all these training and are extremely result oriented to give you the best results in a stipulated amount of time.


Weight management is an extensive subject which requires complete monitor of diet, training and rest. Our trainers provide extra care into every intricacy and take the leap to push to be on your goals and on schedule. Try it to see the effects.




Customised plans :


Every body is different just like the faces and mind, every one has a uniqueness to their bodies as well. Things work differently for different physiques and our job is to understand each of our clients as an individual and develop a plan and schedule according to that. Some might see the results immediately and some might take time to realise that but results are something which is a must here




Functional and Agility training:


When training for competitive sports or improving manoeuvre capabilities for everyday activity, speed and agility drills are great functional training tools that can help increase your competitive edge. Building strength, control, speed, and a quick reaction time are all parts of agility on the field or court that need to be addressed. Functional training is the best way to train the body for a sport, as it has direct application to the type of movements performed during competition.


We offer specialised plans and also include that in daily workout so one increases multiple aspects of fitness simultaneously.

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