Rowers are among the fittest athletes in the world. Using the same machines competitive rowers train on, this modality offers high-energy, high-intensity, low-impact total body conditioning suitable for everyone.
Rowing is an unparalleled pursuit in that while each person is in control of how hard they push, rowing in a group training environment elevates these classes to a unique experience.
See our article on the top 10 benefits of rowing here
Circuit training is a style of workout where you cycle through several exercises (usually eight to 12) targeting different muscle groups with minimal rest in between.
The result is a workout that taxes your muscular strength and endurance and your cardio-respiratory system. This modality is primarily a conditioning activity that establishes General Physical Preparedness (GPP) or "fitness" holistically.
See our article that explains the difference between strength and conditioning training here
Correct joint stability, mobility and muscular flexibility are critical to long term training success and injury prevention. We regularly run classes and clinics that comprise mobility and flexibility drills and flow sequences.
This prehab/rehab modality is available to all levels of skill and fitness.