What is Kinesis Training?
Kinesis Training takes traditional exercises (like chest press, lat pull, row) and combines them with functional movements (like reaching, squatting, bending). It develops balance, core/overall strength, and flexibility for people of all fitness levels.
Why does it take less time to do Kinesis?
Because all three components of fitness–cardiovascular, strength, and flexibility–are trained at once. Kinesis Training uses resistance combined with movement, so you burn up to 30% more calories than traditional exercises.
How does it burn more calories?
More energy is required because Kinesis Training uses the entire kinetic chain (lower body, core, upper body) to perform each movement. More energy required = more calories burned.
What is the “Kinesis Wall” and how does it work?
The Kinesis Wall consists of four panels of grips, cables and weight stacks. It allows you to keep varying degrees of resistance in three-dimensional movements and multi-plane motion.
Who can use the system?
People of any age and fitness level will benefit from Kinesis Training. It is even used for rehabilitative work. A maximum of four people at a time may use the system, accompanied by a personal trainer.
When can I start Kinesis Training?
Kinesis classes are held in an eight week session. The classes meet twice a week for 30 minutes.
Cost is $100 (only 4 people per class – reserve your place today)
Kinesis personal training sessions are 1 hour long, and the personal training rates would apply.
Easy To Join
- Download Club Forms
- Fill out at home
- Bring into any club to get membership started
Did You Know?
To become an aerobic or exercise specialist at Superior Athletic Club we require the following educational background or certification in order to ensure that you will be provided with a safe and results orientated workout:
- College degree related to health and fitness
- American Council On Exercise (ACE)
- Aerobic & Fitness Association of America (AFAA)
- American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)
- National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCM)