VIKINGS -Not your typical group class – Cameron Weber ASpSc

Vision Vikings is a new way to do group strength and conditioning classes! Our University qualified Sport & Exercise Scientists have put together this program so that you get the most out of every session. Whether you’re trying to increase lean muscle mass to boost your metabolism or a beginner and wanting to learn more this program is for you.

If you want to become a Viking the program will offer a personalised strength program catered to your individual needs in a group class environment. Vikings is a program designed for anyone wanting to enhance their performance from weekend warriors, who are wanting to take their athletic performance to the next level, to mums or dads looking to get back into shape or those looking to build muscle or lose fat.

The Vikings Program includes:

Strength & Hypertrophy
This 1 hour session will focus on building strength and muscle. This individualised strength program will be based around the big compound movement patterns such as the squat, deadlift, bench press and rows to help you build a strong and resilient body. This program will be designed to target your specific weaknesses and to help reduce the chance of injury.

The best athletes in the world are strong and powerful. in our program we will help to teach you the basic techniques and movements of Olympic movements and power exercises. We will help to transform your strength that you have built into raw speed and power. 

Conditioning often known as ‘Cardio’ is typically a misunderstood concept with most people simply walking on the treadmill or spinning on the bike. However a good conditioning program will help you to lose fat, get into better shape while maintaining the muscle you have been working hard to put on. The Beta program will include everything from running and rowing, to odd object conditioning such as carries and throws. Every session will be different and will target a different energy system to give you a balanced cardiovascular and muscular fitness.

Quality movement is an element of training that is often overlooked. Moving well will increase the amount of weight you can lift safely, increase the amount of power you can produce during explosive movements, decrease the chance of a future injury and aid in your recovery time between workouts. This area of the program combines various recovery and stretching methods to improve your movement quality and help you feel better.