The term metabolic workouts needs to be excised from the English language. I’m not here to argue it’s definition. What I’m going to do is give you some science behind the 3 most common types of metabolic conditioning. I still wish that the term wasn’t haphazardly used is 99% of the sales meeting across North America. I figure after reading this post at least they’ll have some understanding to back up their fancy science language.
Mondays Both East & West Locations
Metabolic Boot Camp – This workout was specifically placed on Mondays for both Programs for a reason. It is a next level, game changer workout. Properly planned, this workout is unparalleled for burning loads of those weekends calories, attacking the stored body fat and toning the body. Yes- all at once! In addition, it will supercharge your engine (body)and give you a lot of energy once you have refueled.
Why would I do it? “This is the perfect post weekend workout. I do it myself. Why? It eats up tonnes of calories. It makes me stronger. It challenges me and pushes my mental game. It also shakes the weekend ‘fog’, fire up my bodies engine and burns calories for 24 hours after I have finished. Plus a great leg toner workout. Simply put, It is the most complete workout for those who want to reduce body fat and tone. My Metabolic Boot Camp day looks like: Squats, push-ups, lunges, pull-ups,box jumps, burpees.” Paul Walker
Muscles: Total Body – 50% legs, 15-20% chest, 15-20% back and 10-15% big muscles exercises.