REMINDER: Strong’un class this Saturday (23.09.17) is cancelled. Back on as normal as of next week (30.09.17)
Bristol Personal Trainer Exercise Classes
Your Current Bookings
- Strong'un Conditioning
- Strong'un Compact
- Warrior Workout
- Yoga with Karina
Our flagship class where we pull out all the stops. Held at Netham park just behind the Roy-Gym, we can get all our favourite conditioning equipment straight out of the gym. At 90 mins and with both Henry & Ollie instructing it, this class is in a league of its own.
Don’t be fooled by the intimidating name, strongman conditioning equipment is great for both women and men of all abilities. You will work your whole body using useful movement patterns that cross over into day-2-day strength. Plus with such a high work volume, you will train both aerobic and anaerobic endurance, increasing all round athleticism
We believe this is the only class in Bristol offering such a range of equipment and exercises in one class.
For those unable to get to Netham Park, we host a compact 50 minute version of our Strong’un class at Filton Leisure Centre on the floodlit 5-a-side pitch (or inside the squash court if the weather is bad).
Based on the same workouts, don’t be deceived by the shorter timeframe, this class still packs a high volume full body workout that will be ideal for stripping fat, increasing muscle mass and boosting athleticism.
Ready to unleash your inner warrior? A combination of conditioning and gym based exercises, you will boost both your cardiovascular and muscular endurance.
With an emphasis on challenges and unique workouts, you and your like-minded peers will push yourselves further than you thought possible in this fun and team based class.
Yoga with Karina
Karina’s classes are Ashtanga Style with elements of Vinyasa Flow. Suitable for all abilities, they aim to stretch you out from head to toe whilst working with the breath to give you deep relaxation. It is the perfect cool-down after a Roy Workout, but on its own it targets deep core and upper body strength.
Due to focusing on her career, work became a priority over fitness and so when she started her yoga journey she could barely touch her knees, let alone her toes. Through extensive research and trial and error, Karina has formulated her practice to find the benefits of postures and enter them safely from a place of very low flexibility, allowing safe and sustained progress.
Her main practice is Ashtanga, but she regularly attends Vinyasa and Hatha Flow classes to expand her knowledge and practice.
The strength, flexibility and mental benefits have been life changing and she is passionate about sharing them to people of all abilities. She is completing her training through Universal Yoga, Yoga Alliance accredited.