Tabata Mix

Days & times

Thurs: 12:10-12:50pm

Tabata Mix

Instructor

Jessie

Focus: All levels
I enjoy fit, motivated, active people who already have body awareness and like to be pushed hard, in a positive effective way. I also remember what it’s like to be 245 pounds and walking into the gym for the first time. Which is where I was a few years ago.
Bio: As a Trainer, Jessie wants to share her enthusiasm, encourage a happier lifestyle and help you realize what your body is capable of. Along with a Business Management Degree from SAIT, she is also ALFCA certified as: Resistance Training Specialist, Spin Instructor, and Fitness Leader for Older Adults. A typical workout of hers will include a variety of equipment: the TRX, kettle bells, free weights, even body weight exercises. Cardio hits include the spin bikes, track, arc trainers and stairs.
Cool Fact: Summer rides: In the summer months she has recently switched from road bikes to motorcycles.

Tabata Mix

Focus: Woman, moms, injury recovery
Bio: Stephanie has been involved in health, fitness & nutrition all her life and is excited to share her passion with you! She teaches a variety of classes from yoga, HIIT, Power lifting and Zumba. She loves to train busy people and help them build their personal strength and fitness with her “Small Wins Daily” philosophy. Her energy is contagious and you will be pumped working with her!
Cool Fact: Mom of two girls who enjoys running half marathons.

About the class

Traditional Tabata training is a type of high intensity interval exercise that follows a regimented format: twenty seconds of very high intensity movements (e.g., sprints) followed by ten seconds of rest, which is repeated 8 times for a total of 4 minutes. High intensity interval training with a rest period shorter than the work period can target and improve both anaerobic and aerobic energy systems.