HIIT the Barre is a unique class that mixes High Intensity Interval Training with barre work. HIIT is a training technique in which you give all-out, 100% effort through quick, intense bursts of exercise followed by short recovery periods.
The main purpose of a plank is to strengthen your core, shoulders and hips. To effectively strengthen those body parts, the plank should be held in small time frames for no more than 10 seconds for each rep. Why?
Did you know that has Heart Rate Monitoring Technology for all of our members? As silly as it may sound, there are so many benefits to using a Heart Rate Monitor during your workouts that go far beyond just measuring your Heart Rate!
Happy Memorial Day! We at Proof Fitness want to thank every man and woman who has served, or is still serving. Your courage. Your strength. Your sacrifice. Non of it goes unnoticed. In honor of Memorial Day, we encourage everyone to participate in a Memorial Day Tradition - the MURPH WOD.
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Looking for a low impact class that offers both strength training, and aerobic conditioning? Row N Tone at Proof Fitness is for you! Row N Tone is a total-body workout designed for all fitness levels - instructed exercise modifications allow both the beginner and experienced member to get the most out of this 45-minute class.
Let’s face it, we all wish we had the perfect backside…thanks JLO. While we may not know Jenny on the Block’s exercise routine, our Train Proof Team has some great workouts up their sleeves that are sure to give you the intense workout you need and the results you want.
If you’re ready for 60 minutes of heart pounding work, and an adrenaline rush, Fusion at Proof Fitness is right up your alley. Fusion is a drill oriented, fast moving class made up of 3 rounds of cycling, rowing, and strength training.
One of the most useful tools that are common place at almost any gym is a barbell and today I want to talk about one of the most iconic uses for this tool, The Barbell Back Squat! Specifically, the proper technique for doing this exercise AND the common improper techniques most people may do and not realize that they are at risk to cause themselves injury. But, don’t worry because our Proof Trainer James is also going to show you some very easy ways to fix them.