Hiit Classes in The Workplace
High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is a type of exercise that involves short bursts of intense activity followed by brief periods of rest. This type of workout is efficient and effective at improving cardiovascular fitness, burning calories, and increasing muscle strength.
We offer HIIT classes as part of employee wellness programs. These classes provide a dynamic and effective way for your employees to improve their physical and mental health while reducing stress. Our experienced instructors will lead your team through a series of challenging and fun exercises designed to get their hearts pumping and their bodies moving.
The class begins with a warm-up consisting of light cardio and stretching exercises to get the blood flowing and reduce the risk of injury. The main component of the class is a 30-45 minute HIIT circuit that includes a variety of bodyweight exercises such as squats, lunges, burpees, and jumping jacks. The circuit is repeated 2-3 times and is designed to challenge participants at their own pace.
After the intense workout, we will lead your employees through a cool down that includes gentle stretching and relaxation exercises to reduce muscle soreness and calm the mind. This will help them to wind down from the workout and return to work feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.
- Improved cardiovascular endurance
- Increased muscle strength
- Enhanced fat burning
- Stress relief
- Boosted mood and energy levels
- Opportunity for a challenging and rewarding workout
Our HIIT classes are a great way to promote physical activity, improve health and wellbeing, and foster a positive work environment. We look forward to working with you to bring these classes to your employees and help them to reach their wellness goals.
Physical Health Disclaimer:
Participants should consult a physician before starting any fitness program, especially if they have any pre-existing medical conditions. Physical activity, including virtual and onsite fitness classes, carries an inherent risk of injury.