High intensity Interval training (HIIT) combines short bursts of exercise at maximum intensity with intervals of active rest. What HIIT offers is a time efficient exercise technique that can be implemented into various forms of activity and burn up to twice as many calories compared to steady state exercise or sports. Supported by robust research, HIIT has shown to improve aerobic and anaerobic fitness, cardiovascular health, metabolic and cellular function, decrease blood pressure and reduce fat while maintaining muscle mass. HIIT is amongst today’s most popular form of exercise and we are here to take things to the next level by developing and delivering HIIT exercise programmes that are integrated into fun and enjoyable activities.


The Hidden Ab Muscle That Will Get You a Six-Pack

As you learned in the episode 10 Flat Stomach Alternatives to Crunches, I’m not a huge fan of crunches. Not only do crunches burn a miniscule amount of calories and fat, but because they involve lying on your back and repeatedly bending and extending at the spine,...

How to Get Rid of Muscle Soreness Fast

Just a few days ago, I participated in the Ironman Triathlon World Championships in Kona, Hawaii… …and boy, am I ever sore! So what does a fitness guru do to bounce back as fast as possible from soreness (especially when he wants to enjoy a few good days on the...

The 5 Best Full Body Exercises

In the episodes How To Lose Fat Quickly and How To Build Muscle, we learn that there is one distinct similarity between both fat-burning and muscle-building goals: They each require the use of full body, multiple-joint exercises that activate many muscles at the same...