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Strength Training Utilizing Free-Weights

If you knew that a certain type of exercise could benefit your heart, improve your balance, strengthen your bones, and help you lose weight as it made you look and feel better, wouldn’t you want to get started? Well, studies show that strength training can do all of that and more. Strength training is not just about bodybuilders lifting weights in a gym. It can benefit people of all ages and may be particularly important for people with health issues such as arthritis or a heart condition. Your balance and coordination will improve, as will your posture. More importantly, if you have poor flexibility and balance, strength training can reduce your risk of falling by as much as 40 percent, a crucial benefit, especially as you get older.

Helping you improve your fitness

What We Do

Body Building

Bodybuilding improves bodily health. Help to reduce and control high blood pressure, obesity and high cholesterol. Bodybuilding has such great and healthy impact on muscle, bones and joints. Bodybuilding keeps your body and muscles strong and flexible. It will also help you with osteoporosis and arthritis. Bodybuilding and aerobic exercise can boost your mind and mental well being. Weight training and aerobic exercise can help with reduction in stress, anxiety and depression. Weight training and aerobic exercise can help in rising of self-esteem and confidence

Yoga techniques for greater flexibility

* increased flexibility.

* Increased muscle strength and tone.

* Improved respiration, energy and vitality.

* Maintaining a balanced metabolism.

* Weight reduction.

* Cardio and circulatory health.

* Improved athletic performance.

* Protection from injury.


Reduced muscle tension.

* Increased range of movement in your joints.

* Enhanced muscular coordination.

* Increased circulation of blood to various parts of your body. 

* Increased energy levels (resulting from increased circulation)

* relieving stress to your muscles will have a positive effect for a healthy heart.

Learn how dynamic stretching will benefit you

Dynamic stretching means your body is still continuously moving, even while stretching. The purpose of warming up is to prepare your muscles. You need to increase your muscles core temperature and dynamic stretching can accomplish this. If you put 5 – 10 minutes aside before your working out to do static stretching, this can lead to your muscles core temperature dropping. Although your muscles may be stretched and feel loose, they will actually be less elastic and not as powerful. 2: Dynamic stretching will prepare your muscles in a sport specific way. While static stretching warm up may loosen the muscles, it really has no relevance to what you are actually about to perform. Whether you are preparing for a basketball game or just going for a run. Your body needs to be prepared for the intensity of whatever workout is ahead. Warming up with dynamic stretching will prepare your body for the different types of movement that will be performed at game time. 3: Dynamic stretching gets you mentally prepared for the game ahead. A static stretching warm-up is more relaxing then anything else. This can trick your body into a relaxation mode and can be a difficult transition from rest period into competitor mode. 4: Dynamic stretching helps to improve the range of motion around your joints. This will help reduce the chances of injury. Over time this will improve your performance and maximize your movements due to the increase in flexibility of your joints. It is clear that dynamic stretching over powers static stretching when preparing for any type of workout. This should become a part of your workout routine. A warm up not incorporating dynamic stretching does not fully prepare the muscles for the task ahead, and can potentially inhibit your performance.

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300 W 55th St.
New York, New York 10019, USA
Phone: 212 757 1119

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Monday - Friday 10 am - 6 pm

Saturday 11 am - 2 pm

Fee: Women, Men, Children $80