You’ve heard of HIIT, but what about Metabolic Training? 

At Beattitude, we offer both Metabolic Training and HIIT classes, along with Core, Mobility and Yoga. 

Metabolic Training (MT) not only provides a highly efficient workout but also stimulates what’s known as the ‘afterburn’ effect. This is the rate at which your body burns calories after a workout and can stay elevated for up to 48 hours after your class. MT training is therefore a great way to help support weight loss as well as a tool to tone and strengthen the body. 

Metabolic Training can be cardio or resistance based, or a mix of both. It’s different to HIIT training as MT involves performing high reps of compound (full body) exercises with very little rest between. It’s an intense style of training with the aim of keeping your heart rate up throughout to maximise muscle engagement. Of course, the weight and intensity can be tailored for those just starting out, and scaled up for those looking for more of a challenge. Expect to sweat (and likely feel slightly achy the day after) but the benefits to your health and fitness are worth it! 

If you’re looking for something new to spark your motivation and regain some strength, tone and fitness then you should give Metabolic Training a go and our 45 minute B’ Endurance class is the perfect place to start!

Our B’Endurance class incorporates resistance and body weight training to get your heart racing. Expect to twist, jump, swing, push and pull. We aim to use every muscle in your body in 45 minutes. 40 seconds working time, 15 seconds rest, so you can expect to get sweaty and keep your heart rate up throughout!

You can currently catch B’Endurance on the Club timetable at the following times:*

Monday: 10am and 7:15pm

Wednesday: 9:45am

Thursday: 7am

Saturday: 8:40am

*Timetable is subject to change 


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