Coaching circuit training
Circuit training is a training method involving the performance of several exercises one after the other, with almost no recovery time. This is a great way to get your heart pumping and your body sweating. This is an activity that is accessible to everyone, even when resuming sports for health and/or well-being or following an injury. It can also be a great way to prepare for a specific physical training and improve or even increase skills and performance. It is a physical activity that can be adapted to the profile, capacities and objectives of each person to offer a complete and personalized training.
By offering sessions with varied exercises, you will be able to work a maximum of muscle groups and especially perform a lot of cardiovascular exercises. The fact that the exercises are multiple, ongoing and almost without interruption and pause between the previous and the next will allow you to considerably improve your endurance, your figure and your breath. A sport practice that is complete and that does the most good.
Circuit training is now widely available and can even be done at home on your own. However, given that the initial objective is to improve your endurance, we recommend that you take part in coaching sessions with a professional. This will allow you to have targeted sessions whether you are a beginner or a high level athlete and thus to have a type and number of exercises consistent with the recovery and training time. The sessions can be done individually for more personalization or collectively (minimum two people), to stay motivated and challenge each other.
The other offers available
My individual or group sessions (minimum of 2 people) can be given on the basis of various activities such as:
Please note that classes can be done individually or in groups with a minimum of 2 people.
Muscle strengthening is a sport activity that allows you to exercise your muscles so as to make your body more resistant, more mobile and more functional. On a daily basis, it will improve your posture, maintain your spine and also prevent injuries and pain. An activity that can be described as healthy.