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April 28, 2015
Kickboxing Fitness
Posted on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 in

Kickboxing Fitness is the fusion of Kickboxing and Self-Defense techniques with fitness calisthenics, plyometric exercises, and core strength movements.

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The goal of the program is to develop an individuals kickboxing and self-defense skills while getting in the best cardiovascular and muscular condition.

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Fitness Benefits

  • Fat Burning
  • Weight Loss
  • Increased Muscle Tone
  • Improved Cardio & Strength
  • Raised Metabolism
  • Greater Flexibility
  • More Energy

 

Kickboxing/Self-Defense Benefits

  • Lower & Upper Body Striking Techniques
  • World’s Best Kickboxing Art
  • Increased Well Being
  • Confidence
  • Lifelong Skills
  • Applied fitness

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Class Schedule

Kickboxing Fitness classes meet three hours per week. Additionally, enrollment in a martial arts program includes a gym membership and free tanning.

Monday and Wednesday 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM, Friday 5pm – 6pm.

Beginners

Call (814) 235-1015 or email us at info@titanfitness.com to schedule your free introductory lesson.

Membership Fees

The cost for the Women’s Kickboxing program is $75/month. This includes three hours per week of instruction plus a full gym membership.

Gym Membership Features

Titan Fitness Martial Arts classes include a full membership to Lionheart Fitness, a state of the art facility on Sowers St in downtown State College between College Avenue and Beaver Avenue. In addition to the Cage, Ring, Grappling Room, and striking pads, the facility also has over 50 cardio machines, a killer power rack, free weights, medicine balls, clean locker rooms, sauna and shower facilities. Not to meantion over 50 parking spaces. A complete fighter need good cardio and quality strength training that a facility like this one can provide.

 




October 21, 2014
High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)
Posted on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 in Health & Fitness

High-intensity interval training (HIIT) has recently become one of the most popular ways for exercisers to burn fat. HIIT increases metabolism and works both the aerobic (oxygen) and anaerobic (without oxygen) energy systems. HIIT can be just as effective as a regular workout except it takes less time. The #1 reason people say they do not exercise is because they do not have enough time in their day, but HIIT can take less than 10 minutes to perform. Another great aspect about HIIT is that no equipment is needed. Listed below are a couple of HIIT programs you can try.

Walk or jog for 30 seconds followed by 30 seconds of sprinting. Repeat 6 or 7 times with no rest periods in between. Gradually increase the rounds performed as the number you complete become progressively easier.

You could also use HIIT training with calisthenics.  Perform 10 repetitions of sit-ups, followed by 10 repetitions of push-ups, followed by 10 repetitions of jumping jacks. You can substitute other exercises such as squats or triceps dips as well, depending on which muscle groups you want to focus on.  In this case you could increase both the number of rounds and the repetitions per set to make the workouts more intense over time.

This workout format is not for beginners.  You should have at least an intermediate level of fitness before trying this type of training.  It is also imperative that you are warmed up prior to starting your session.  Five to ten minutes of walking on a treadmill should be sufficient in preparing the muscles for the intensive nature of this training.

For those who participate in martial arts classes or combat competition, this style of training is an excellent supplement to your activity.  It mirrors the intensity and duration of the training in mixed martial arts, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, kickboxing, and boxing.





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