Beachside will Be Relocating To DOWNTOWN CITY PLACE in the Fall Of 2016
501 Fern ST #102 WPB,FL 33401
NEW YEARS EVE
9:00-10:00am Rebound/Kangoo Jumps
NEW YEARS DAY
10:00-11:00am Rebound/Kangoo Jumps
Join us for our Annual Turkey Run on Thanksgiving Morning!
Arrival Time: 7:45 am – Start Time 8:00 am
|Royal Palm Beach Commons Park
11600 Poinciana Blvd, West Palm Beach, Florida 33411
This FUN RUN is the perfect way to pre-burn those holiday calories. We will do drills, play games and more on this outdoor run! Thanksgiving dinner will never be the same. You will feel so satisfied from your workout and all the extra energy it will give you to celebrate with friends and family.
Must own boots, rentals will not be available.
GIVE BACK: We are asking that everyone please bring non-perishable or personal item to include in care packages for our deployed troops or that we can donate to our local foodbank. You can find a “wish list” by visiting: http://www.forgottensoldiers.org/donate-items-list/
Come see what all the FUN is about!
30 minute Demo classes at the top of every hour.
Stay for one or stay for all (great for all levels), Includes BOSU, Indorow, Tabata, TRX, Insanity
8am – 30 Minutes of Bootcamp
9am – 30 Minutes of Bootcamp
10am – 30 Minutes of INSANITY Demo
11am – Kangoo Try On. This is for anyone who wants to try Kangoo Jumps on and see how they feel.
(There are NO evening classes on Labor Day. The studio is closed.)
Call the studio at 561-249-6804 or register online to reserve your spot!
The revolutionary, cardio-based, total body-conditioning INSANITY® program is now at Beachside Fitness Studio. This calorie-torching, shirt-soaking workout is based on the principles of MAX interval training. It is designed to provide a safe, challenging and results-driven workout with no equipment necessary. Plyometric drills with nonstop intervals of strength, power, resistance and core training moves can only be described by one word - INSANITY.
Tania Lee, director of Group Fitness, Boot Camp and Kangoo Jumps at Beachside Fitness, said the introduction of INSANITY to our studio follows the latest fitness trend: high-intensity training. What makes INSANITY unique, she said, is that Shaun T.’s coaching makes people feel at ease. “He meets people where they are and coaches them in an inspiring, motivational way. At Beachside Fitness Studio, we aim to carry his enthusiastic torch by offering INSANITY classes that will make participants feel comfortable while still finding their edge.”
Forget everything you think you know about high-intensity workouts. Because INSANITY turns old-school interval training on its head.
If you’ve ever been to a Spin class, you know how that works. You motor along at a moderate pace for a while – then all at once, you kick up your speed and heart rate – just for a minute or so. After that, it’s back to a lower gear, giving you plenty of time to catch your breath.
But with INSANITY, you do exactly the opposite. You work flat out in 3 to 5-minute blocks, and take breaks only long enough to gulp some air and get right back to work. It’s called Max Interval Training, because it keeps your body working at maximum capacity through your entire workout. You keep pushing your limits – so your body has to adapt. That’s how you are able to get in such great physical shape in a short amount of time.
Annual race for the cure with your Beachside friends!
Most of us will be running in our boots. If you don’t own boots come and run/walk in your sneakers! Everyone is welcome so bring your friends and family.
Make sure to register online Click here to sign up or donate. Our team name is “Beachside Ryde Fitness Studio” See you there!
Call us for more information 561-249-6804 | http://www.beachsiderydeinc.com
Saturday, OCT 25
10:00 – 11:00am
$20 General Public/Drop In
Kangoo Power is also great for athletes, due to its use of plyometric techniques using Kangoo Jumps to maximize effort, whilst preventing damaging impacts to the joints. Come see what all the excitement is about!
Book classes: https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/ASP/home.asp?studioid=21888
A HIIT session often consists of a warm up period of exercise, followed by three to ten repetitions of high intensity exercise, separated by medium intensity exercise for recovery, and ending with a period of cool down exercise.
The high intensity exercise should be done at near maximum intensity. The medium exercise should be about 50% intensity. Tabata, a version of HIIT was based on a study by Professor Izumi Tabata and uses 20 seconds of ultra-intense exercise followed by 10 seconds of rest, repeated continuously for 4 minutes (8 cycles).
Benefits of High Intensity Interval Training
Super-efficient HIIT is the ideal workout for a busy schedule—whether you want to squeeze in a workout during your lunch break or to get in shape for a fast-approaching event. Research shows you can achieve more progress in a mere 15 minutes of interval training (done three times a week) than the girl jogging on the treadmill for an hour. (A 10-minute fat-blasting cardio routine that burns more calories than a half hour on the treadmill!)
2. Burn More Fat:
Not only do you burn more calories during a HIIT workout, but the effect of all that intense exertion kicks your body’s repair cycle into hyperdrive. That means you burn more fat and calories in the 24 hours after a HIIT workout than you do after, say, a steady-pace run.
3. Healthier Heart:
Most people aren’t used to pushing into the anaerobic zone (that lovely place where you can’t breathe and you feel like your heart is trying to jump out of your chest). But in this case, extreme training produces extreme results. One 2006 study found that after 8 weeks of doing HIIT workouts, subjects could bicycle twice as long as they could before the study, while maintaining the same pace.
4. No Equipment Necessary:
Running, biking, jump roping, and rowing all work great for HIIT, but you don’t need any equipment to get it done. High knees, fast feet, or anything plyometric like jumping lunges work just as well to get your heart rate up fast. In fact, some equipment like dumbbells can make HIIT less effective because you want the focus to be on pushing your heart to its max, not your biceps.
5. Lose Weight, Not Muscle:
Anyone who has been on a diet knows that it’s hard to not lose muscle mass along with fat. While steady state cardio seems to encourage muscle loss, studies show that both weight training and HIIT workouts allow dieters to preserve their hard-earned muscles while ensuring most of the weight lost comes from fat stores. Win/win!
6. Increase Metabolism:
In addition to increased fat burning and more muscle preserved, HIIT stimulates production of your human growth hormone (HGH) by up to 450 percent during the 24 hours after you finish your workout. This is great news since HGH is not only responsible for increased caloric burn but also slows down the aging process, making you younger both inside and out!
7. Do It Anywhere:
You can do it in a boat, you can do it with a goat. You can do it here or there, you can do it anywhere! Dr. Seuss would have loved HIIT. Since it’s such a simple concept—go at maximum effort for a short period of time followed by a recovery period and repeat—you can adapt it to whatever time and space constraints you have.
This is not a workout you can do while reading a magazine or chatting with your friend. Because it’s so short, you will be working hard the whole time. The trade-off is this format offers seasoned exercisers a new challenge and new exercisers a quick way to see results. You may be in pain, you may be sucking wind, but you definitely won’t be bored!