Rowing is just about the most efficient exercise ever. With each stroke, nearly every part of the body is used – including the core. There is a misconception that rowing is all arms, but rowing, when done correctly, effectively works out your legs and core.
The resistance of an airdyne bike is progressive – aka, the faster you go the harder it becomes. As with rowing, you are using both legs and upper body. Biking gives your body rest from the excessive impact of running, which provides relief to your feet and joints. It’s easy to watch progress and track your personal results with LCD screen outputs: Watts, Calories, Distance, Time, and Intervals.
The Reach portion of RRR is all about stretching. Working on your flexibility has the potential to improve your performance in physical activities and decrease the risk of injuries by helping your joints move through their full range of motion and enabling your muscles to work most effectively. Stretching also increases blood flow to your muscles.
With all of our classes, you will continue to burn more calories for hours after your workout. Exercises post oxygen consumption (EPOC) is the body’s natural ability to return to homeostasis after exercise.
RRR routines are programmed in conjunction with FIT as an option to the CrossFit workout for the day.