Yes but if this is your first workout back after a long hiatus, WE DO NOT RECOMMEND HEART DAY as your first class. See "What is Heart Day".

Play your game, don’t try to do too much, and commit to doing your best for you and your teammates and you will be fine.

There is some running. Often our programming has an element of sprint training, so less than a minute of max effort followed by a strength training exercises. You will have to jog for about 5 minutes to do the warm-up.

We do jump, but every exercise has a non-jumping option. Plyometrics (jump training) are a key tenant to sports conditioning and athletic training. Although, that doesn’t mean we can’t elicit the same effect/intensity without jumping. We got you!

Classes are circuit based. We typically have multiple stations where you do various exercises for a predetermined amount of time. We start with a dynamic warm-up and end class with a stretch. No class is the same and we guarantee you will not get bored.

Heart Day is our cardio class. All classes have an element of cardio but Heart Days are special. We go hard and fast and don't let up.