Frequently Asked Questions
What is metabolic training and how does it work?
Metabolic training is a type of exercise that focuses on high-intensity, multi-joint movements designed to increase the metabolic rate and burn calories during and after the workout.
Metabolic training works by challenging the body's energy systems and increasing the metabolic rate, which leads to increased calorie burning during and after the workout. The high-intensity, multi-joint movements also help to improve cardiovascular fitness, muscular endurance, and overall strength.
Is metabolic training suitable for anyone?
Metabolic training can be suitable for most people, but it is important to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new exercise program, especially if you have any underlying health conditions or injuries.
What type of exercises are involved in metabolic training?
Metabolic training typically involves compound exercises that work multiple muscle groups at once, such as squats, deadlifts, lunges, push-ups, and pull-ups. It may also involve high-intensity interval training (HIIT) and cardio exercises such as running, rowing, and jumping rope.
What equipment do you use in a session?
Days will vary between cardio, strength and hybrid sessions, and no two workouts are the same. Because of that, you'll be using a variety of equipment. You'll have access to dumbbells, kettlebells, battle ropes, medicine balls, skiergs, rowers, assault bikes, and so much more.
Can metabolic training help with weight loss?
Yes, metabolic training can help with weight loss by increasing the metabolic rate and calorie burning during and after the workout. Combined with a healthy diet and lifestyle, metabolic training can be an effective tool for weight loss.
How long should metabolic training sessions last?
Metabolic training sessions can last anywhere from 20-60 minutes, depending on the intensity and complexity of the exercises. It is important to choose a duration that is appropriate for your fitness level and goals.