Difficulty Levels

Posted on 19 December, 2011 by administrator.

 

There are three difficulty levels to choose from:

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced

 

Listed below are examples of exercises used in each difficulty level.  Please read to see which difficulty level is for you and your current fitness level. 


All of our workouts and programs are designed for both men and women. The only real difference between training programs is the amount of resistance used.      

 

Choose the right level for you.

 

Difficulty Levels:

 

Beginner

Our beginner programs include:

 

If you are just starting out or haven’t exercised for an extended period of time you should start with one of our beginner programs.  If you feel that these exercises are easy you can always increase the amount of resistance you’re currently using.


Intermediate

Our intermediate programs include:

 

If you’re currently exercising and are ready for more of a challenge you should start with one of our intermediate programs.  If you feel that these exercises are easy you can always increase the amount of resistance you’re currently using.


Advanced

Our advanced programs include:

 

If you’ve already performed our intermediate programs and our ready for more of a challenge then move into one of our advanced programs.  If you feel that these exercises are still too easy you can always increase the amount of resistance you’re currently using.

 

 

 

 


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