No workout programme would be complete without strength training. Weight training helps to maintain your muscular strength and endurance, boost your metabolism, strengthen your bones, improves mood in people suffering from depression and helps to get better sleep. Our weight training programme is designed in such a way that all age group can do and enjoy.
Yoga is a health promoting activity that can be enjoyed by any one, even those whose physical activity is limited due to age, disability, recovery from substance abuse or chronic illness. Our Yoga is designed to enable people to begin from their immediate, present state of consciousness and move forward, day by day into a state of wholeness, well being and enlightenment. Even the beginners are able to shed much physical tension, mental/emotional turbulence, and prepare the way for a life of higher consciousness. Our Yoga class provides a compressive routine of asana, pranayam and meditation, which brings a perfect balance between body, mind and spirit.
Yoga for Fitness
Yoga – The solutions for many problems either it is related to your health or mental stress. Our personal trainers also assist you in yoga training.
There are lots of benefits which can be obtained by routine Yoga practice. Here are some Examples
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It is mainly designed to promote body awareness, raise the core temperature of the body, increases blood flow to the muscles and sheds that extra calories, you may be carrying. Our aerobics programme uses large body movements, performed continuously so that the heart rate remains elevated. The programme is choreographed in such a way that all the exercises which you perform are totally safe and easy to do.
Nearly everyone likes to dance but not everyone likes cardio exercise. Now you can dance and get a great cardio fitness workout too - whatever your age. As we all know heart pumping aerobic exercise is an essential part of any anti aging health strategy. But - for many of us - "workout boredom" can get in the way. Dancing is the fun way of cardio fitness. Dance strengthens the back and the muscles of the pelvic floor. It tones hamstrings, thighs, abs, glutes and hips. Dance moves can be faster and more aerobic giving you a full body workout. Great for toning the abdominal flab and developing core strength
Kick boxing is a mixture of punches and kicks, which is fun and easy. It is a one hour workout (10 minutes of warm-up, 40 minutes of kick Boxing and 10 minutes of cool-down) that will have your heart pounding and your body sweating.Our Kick Boxing programme is combined with exciting music. Kick Boxing is not only a great exercise for all levels, the punches and kicks are also wonderful for bursting out stress and aggression. It is the highest calorie-burning workout available today, burning an amazing 800 calories per hour. Kick Boxing is addictive, a workout you'll look forward without bulky, expensive equipment. Kick Boxing is unlike any workout programme you've ever tried before! You'll see consistent, amazing results from your very first workout as Cardio Kick Boxing takes you to your next level of physical fitness. Kick Boxing is easy to learn, with no complicated choreography.It is preferably for youngsters and relatively fit persons.
Inactivity is a major risk factor in old age. Without some form of exercise to keep muscles and joints active, one may not remain strong enough to perform basic tasks for everyday living. In addition, many older people have problems due to chronic disease, which can be prevented and treated to some extent with the help of exercises .The more active you are, the younger you'll feel. It is well known that regular physical exercise improves the breathing of elderly people suffering from chronic respiratory disorders. There is one crucial thing every senior should keep in mind. It's never too late to begin a fitness schedule. You are never too old to exercise and make your life healthier and more enjoyable. However you have to make a slow gradual beginning.
Research suggests that exercise and physical activity can help older people maintain strength, balance, flexibility, and endurance. Increasing strength and endurance make it easier to climb stairs and carry groceries. Improving balance helps prevent falls. Being more flexible may speed recovery from injuries. If you make exercise a regular part of your daily routine, it will have a positive impact on your quality of life as you get older.
Stretching improves flexibility, eases movement, and lowers the risk of injury and muscle strain. Stretching increases blood flow and gets your body ready for exercise. A warm-up and cool-down period of 5 to 15 minutes should be done slowly and carefully before and after all types of exercise. Stretching can help loosen muscles in the arms, shoulders, back, chest, abs, buttocks, thighs, and calves. It is also very relaxing. One of the easiest ways for a person to gain a more youthful image is to increase their flexibility. There are natural processes in our bodies that tend to make muscles and connective tissue shorter and less flexible with time. Muscles or ligaments that have become weak and stiff from disuse may experience pain and dysfunction for weeks, months and perhaps even years. Maintaining or regaining flexibility, particularly in the lower back area, is a very sensible investment of your time and effort. The correct way to execute a stretching exercise is to focus on the muscles being stretched. Moderate efforts applied consistently over time can achieve good results in flexibility, alleviating pain in back and strengthening muscles, particularly in joints.
Mobility is the ability to perform a joint action through its full range of movement. Mobility prepares your body to move quickly and efficiently. Mobility exercises and drills stimulate your nervous system, muscles, tendons, and joints in a very dynamic manner. In a Mobility exercise programme, you are not moving around but are simply elongating a particular muscle or group of muscles. Mobility training is for injury prevention and toning-up. A short bout of continuous, moving activity will raise your body temperature, increase blood flow to your muscles, activate your nervous system, and prepare you fully for your mobility exercises and for a strenuous overall workout.
These are the exercises done with the support of a swiss ball or medicine ball. The swiss ball (Exercise ball) is effective in strengthening the core body muscles and stabilizing the spine. The element of instability, which is introduced into the ball exercises helps in strengthening the abdomen and back muscles. It provides the body with increased balance, stability and natural awareness. The medicine ball exercises are helpful in developing explosive strength, core strength & rehabilitation. The ball exercises are very interesting as well as effective.
Medicine balls are the balls with weights which is commonly used in the areas like physiotherapy, sports and fitness training. Various exercises are performed with medicine balls to strengthen the joints and muscles to increase the range of motion of a joint and to develop the power/explosive strength of specific muscles. Medicine ball exercises are commonly used in the rehabilitation programmes also.
Ballistic Movements are the movements, when the body, body part or object become airborne. It contains burst of muscular activities followed by phases of relaxation, during which the motion continues as a result of stored limb momentum. Ballistic Exercises can be done without weights & with weights also. These exercises help to increase the range of motion, speed, power, strength and thus the movement efficiency. If one wants to develop speed & power throughout the entire range of motion, ballistic exercises are necessary.
Circuit training is an excellent way to improve mobility, strength and stamina simultaneously. The circuit training format utilizes a group of 6 to 10 strength exercises that are completed one exercise after another. Each exercise is performed for a specified number of repetitions or for a prescribed time period before moving on to the next exercise. The exercises within each circuit are separated by brief, timed rest intervals, and each circuit is separated by a longer rest period. The total number of circuits performed during a training session may vary from two to six depending on your training level (beginner, intermediate, or advanced), your period of training (preparation or competition) and your training objective.
It is a form of exercise with the help of machines,which produces high frequency vibrations. It contains a board which transfers the high frequency vibrations to the body.It specially affects the neuro-muscular strength, blood circulation, mobility, muscle toning, passive structures, fat reduction and also in pain reduction. Vibration Training is a very safe and effective exercise regimen, even for beginners and sedentary people. Moreover it burns an amazing 300 calories in just 15 minutes!
Rehabilitation Exercises are designed to regain the fitness level after an acute injury, surgery or illness. This programme consist of simple exercises based on the client's body condition and requirements, which helps him to come back to the normal life as early as possible. This exercise programme is based on the principle of correctives, physiotherapy and yoga therapy.
An innovative system of mind-body exercise evolved from the principles of Joseph Pilates . Pilates dramatically transforms the way your body looks, feels and performs. It builds strength without excess bulk, creating a sleek, toned body with slender thighs and a flat abdomen. It teaches body awareness, good posture, easy and graceful movement. It can even help alleviate back pain. It is a refreshing mind-body workout, which is challenging, yet safe. You become actually aware of how your body feels, where it is in space, and how to control its movement. The quality of movement is valued over quantity of repetitions. Proper breathing is essential. Correct breathing helps you to execute movements with maximum power and efficiency. Last but not the least, learning to breathe properly can reduce stress.
Games & Sports are the best mode of exercises to keep oneself fit and healthy. R.F.G provides basic and advanced skill training and sports specific fitness along with general fitness. It helps them to achieve the desired performance and a disciplined life style. We offer specialized training in games like Table Tennis, Badminton, Football, Hockey, Volleyball, Basketball etc.
Trampoline is a gymnastic and recreational device to provide a rebounding force which propels the jumper high into the air. Small trampolines are commonly used as a part of physical fitness regime. This so-called rebounding allows the user to gain many of the benefits of exercise with low impact on knees and joints. R.F.G provides trampoline training which ensures complete safety and the best possible results.
Judo meaning "gentle way" is a modern martial art and combat sport created in Japan in 1882 by Dr Kano Jigoro. Its most prominent feature is its competitive element.
Judo is a contact sport that teaches: physically - balance, coordination, efficiency of movement, skills of failing safely and self defence and mentally - self confidence, respect and self discipline.
The sport of Judo is unique in that it teaches the prevention of injury by practising techniques of failing safely. The failing skills of Judo can be utilised in ball sports such as: Rugby Union, Rugby League, Soccer, Netball and Basketball (to name a few) to reduce the incidence of injury. In Judo you not only need to move your own body efficiently, but someone else's as well - this develops good balance, concentration and agility. There are no questions that judo is a very effective means of self defence for both men and women.