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Vanessa Carlson's FITT Factor Cardio Kickboxing Classes

Vanessa Carlson's FITT Factor classes are fun and fast-paced in only 30 minutes! This program, only at Ladies Super Fitness, uses the concepts of boxing and kickboxing in a convenient circuit and full-body workout format. This is unlike any workout you've tried before as they were created by Vanessa Carlson--a Doctor of Physical Therapy.

Our certified personal trainers will guide you through your workout session and teach you the basics of kickboxing and boxing that will leave you feeling accomplished. And as always, your safety is our top priority.

Can I survive this workout?

Yes! These workouts are easily modifiable. Punch and kicking also gives you a fun resistance training that is hard to get else where. These workouts are:
  • Recommended for all levels of fitness--easily modifiable
  • Fun and fast-paced--9 Stations in 30 Minutes with no boredom
  • A complete body workout regime with Aerobic, Anaerobic, and Resistance
  • Constantly changing everyday to keep the body changing
  • Guided by a personal training
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FITT Stands for:

Functional - a method of training our physical bodies to work together, preparing them for common tasks by simulating daily movements expected at home, work or in sports. By combining functional movements of both upper and lower body simultaneously, functional fitness enhances core stability and greater overall movement patterns.

Interval - a combination of low- to high-intensity exercise workouts with specific planned rest periods. The high-intensity periods are typically short-burst rounds pushing the anaerobic threshold, while the recovery periods involve the activity of lower intensity.

Tempo - denotes the timing of movement through all phases of an exercise. In strength training, a tempo may look something like 3-0-1-0. 3 counts to lower (eccentric), 0 count pause at midpoint, 1 count to lift (concentric), 0 count pause at the top. Tempo always begins with the eccentric phase. For movements that begin with the lifting phase of a movement, the third number would be the number with which one begins.

Tension - emphasizes the amount of load with which one is working in either strength- or cardio-based exercises. Increasing workload in a safe,controlled environment will increase the effectiveness of one's overall physical conditioning, and progressively reach results and milestones on one's fitness journey.
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