Class 1: Fundamentals and Functional Fitness
In this class, you'll work on bags, paddles, or a circuit-style format.
You'll continually develop the “Fundamentals” of kicks
and punches, such as how to throw a kick and punch properly, as well
as the “Functionality” of those moves, such as how far
you need to be from an object and at what contact points you should hit.
As you become more seasoned in “Fundamental and Functional”
basics, you'll proceed to increase your speed and power through the
same training concepts. All of this training is also combined with
a complete workout regiment.
Class 2: Cardio Endurance and Cardio Strength
In this class, you'll work on choreographed routines without any equipment
or contact on another object. This provides your joints a chance to
recover from the last class. You'll develop your “Cardio Endurance,”
which is how long your body can train without getting tired, as well
as “Cardio Strength,” which is how quickly your body can
recover from each high-intensity workout routine.
In other words, you'll push through a high-intensity routine to build
your “Cardio Endurance,” and then take little breaks with
light routines to develop your “Cardio Strength,” and
recover as you enter the next high-intensity routine.
Class 3: Strength and Stretching
In this class, you'll work with weights throughout the class. You'll
build your muscle “Strength” with the weights, as well
as utilizing specific positions that are also “Stretching”
the muscles for ultimate body definition.
As you progresses through the program, you'll increase the amount of
weight you use so that you are continually building more strength
and better muscle definition.
(Ladies: Don't worry! You will NOT “bulk up”! You'll just
get great muscle definition and that awesome “athletic” look.)
Class 4: Performance and Core Strength
In this class, you will work on interval bag training the entire class.
You will continually build your “Performance” by applying
all the skills practiced throughout the week in combos on the bag, as
well as little intervals of exercises that develop your “Core