Conditioning & Bootcamp

Intense Conditioning classes in London.

As part of our full commitment to get our members to full physical fitness, Urban Kings gym offer an extensive conditioning regime at our facility in King’s Cross, London. We’ll help you burn fat, lose weight, gain muscle and increase your stamina. Are you ready to go?

Come and enjoy a circuit based workout whether you attend Conditioning, Bootcamp or Express Circuit class. These functional workouts will challenge at the same time your strength, stamina, flexibility, power, balance and coordination. The best workout for body composition whether your goals are dropping body fat , putting on lean muscle mass or improving your cardiovascular system.

Our London based conditioning classes are frequent and open to members of all fitness levels, our trainers will build a plan that is right for you and will encourage you to fulfil your potential.

Circuit training is a form of Conditioning combining resistance training and high-intensity aerobics. It is designed to be easy to follow and target strength building as well as muscular endurance. An exercise “circuit” is one completion of all prescribed exercises in the program. When one circuit is complete, one begins the first exercise again for another circuit. Traditionally, the time between exercises in circuit training is short, often with rapid movement to the next exercise. Its designed to be quick and effective so you can have a very beneficial  45 minute workout and then be showered within an hour from the start.

conditioning

Bootcamp

The Coach will generally choose the exercises to ensure participants can work one area of their body before moving on to work a totally different area. This will ensure that the first area receives time to recover before having to work again. Cardio and resistance work will also be mixed for the same reasons.

Conditioning in London

Conditioning

The Coach will usually provide variations of the exercises at each station ensuring that all fitness levels are catered to. A less fit individual can start on the easier versions before working up to include some of the harder variations as he improves his fitness levels and technique

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