BUST INTO THE battlefield
Cross the threshold and transform your everyday life with our signature High Intensity Tactical Training (HITT) ! The Battlefield fully encompasses tactical strength and conditioning through unique mental and physical obstacles that are as challenging as they are fun! Unity and a squad mentality will get you through these workouts, as no soldier gets left behind.
Each day of the week targets specific muscle groups:
- Engage – Legs/Booty/Core (Mon)
- Reinforce – Back/Biceps/Rear Delts (Tues)
- Grenade – Full-BodyPower (Wed)
- Re-Engage –Legs/Booty/Core (Thur)
- Assault – Chest/Triceps/Front Delts (Fri)
- Basic Training – HITT Confidence Course (Sat)
This room utilizes the following equipment:
Climbing Wall, Barbells, Ropes, Turf, Sleds, Squat Racks, Dumbbells, State of the Art Treadmills, Medicine Balls, Air Bikes, and Classified Tactical Apparatus.
Engage – Legs/Booty/Core
Here’s to glutes that salute, locked and loaded legs, and a core that could carry your battle buddy up Mount Everest! This workout targets the legs, booty, and core through dynamic movements to recruit optimal engagement as you navigate your daily operations.
Reinforce – Back/Biceps/Rear Delts
We got your six! In this attack on the back, rear delts, and biceps, you’ll persevere through strength-based exercises that will build muscle to balance and protect your body. You’ll encounter metabolic conditioning drills to complete the workout with resilience and a new standard of performance.
Grenade – Full-Body Power
Pull the pin and push yourself through this full-body training session, emphasizing functional power and athletic movement patterns. This session will test your mental tenacity, build your intestinal fortitude, and have you preaching patriotism all week!
Re-Engage – Legs/Booty/Core
On Thursdays, we pay another visit to the muscles that carried us to victory down the warpath of the week. Same targets, different workout. Think your body is too tired from being in the trenches? Suck it up, buttercup… pain makes progress!
Assault – Chest/Triceps/Front Delts
Throw your shield up and push forward with this strength-building workout that targets the chest, triceps, and front delts. Persevere through metabolic conditioning drills that will maximize your mental toughness and elevate your training game!
Basic Training – Battlefield Confidence Course
Welcome to the final formation where you’ll be climbing, crawling, carrying, and challenging yourself through a confidence course-based workout. Lock arms with your brothers and sisters as you conquer the Battlefield using the arena’s full arsenal to achieve new mental and physical victories.
are circuit and hitt workouts the same
High-Intensity Tactical Training, HITT involves functional movements for strength and conditioning of all body parts paired with cardio intervals. Unlike circuit training, HITT incorporates weights and equipment with everyday movement patterns to provide a tactical strength and conditioning training experience.
can doing 15 min hitt workout help to lose weight
Yes, and if you really want to make the most leaning out? Be sure to eat enough for your workout... you can’t out-train your diet.
how many calories lost in 20 min hitt workout
It depends on your heart rate, BMR, and training intensity. In general, you are burning 260 cal every 20 minutes during the workout.
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