Jun 112014
 

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8am – Torch the Fat

9am – Restorative Pilates and Meditation

$15/class or $20 for both

Saturday Classes are on-demand…weekly I send out an email and if you can attend then RSVP..classes are confirmed Thursday night.

Please let me know if you would like to be added to the weekly email list, contact me at info@moveyourbody.ca

“Unbelievable class…another one for the books. Honestly a totally wicked workout.

I love the combination of the two classes…I give it all I’ve got and then I totally relax and recharge.

 Tanya, thank you for your help. I feel like I am in better shape now than when I was much younger.

Tanya, perfect workout all I could ask for. Thank you so much for the time and effort you put in to your classes.

On a separate note it has been one year to the day since my back surgery. Tanya I can’t say thank you enough for all the encouragement, support and hard work that you have provided me with.  – Chris

Torch the Fat Class – this class starts with a warm up and using a variety of equipment we ramp it up and add in some high-intensity interval training. You always work at your own level (what is hard for your neighbour may be easier or harder for you). It is a head to toe workout that will torch your fat!

High-intensity interval-type training also boosts human growth hormone (HGH) production. A 2003 study published in the journal Sports Medicine found that “exercise intensity above lactate threshold and for a minimum of 10 minutes appears to elicit the greatest stimulus to the secretion of HGH.”

Restorative Pilates and Meditation – Ahhh, time for relaxation and rejuvenation.  A combination of Pilates, Yoga, Melting and Meditation.  Amazing for anyone who has any injuries. Class ends with breathing and meditation.

before and after

Why do we do bursts of intense exercise in class….

Because they help you to get naturally stronger, leaner, fitter, healthier and even smarter. Sure some low level cardio is good for the heart once in a while, but the real results come from the anaerobic work.

Because it stimulates the growth hormone. The take-home message once again – if you want to get the most advantage from time spent exercising, pick those exercises that stimulate release of HGH naturally. It’ll take less time and you’ll show the results even sooner.

Short burst, high-intensity types of exercises create a phenomenal “anti-aging” effect. It’s a commonly ignored exercise technique that can make a most dramatic difference in your health.

The two primary anti-aging effects created by these types of exercises are:

  1. Reduced age-related telomere shortening, and
  2. Increased production of human growth hormone (HGH)

What is a Telomere?

Your body is made up of some 10 trillion cells, and according to one theory, you age because your cells age. Therefore, if you can control the aging process in your cells, you should be able to control your aging, and this is where stopping age-related telomere shortening comes in.

Your telomeres shorten every time your cell divides, starting at the moment of conception. Think of your telomeres like the ends of your shoe laces.  You have the ability to keep the ends from shortening by what you put in your mouth, your lifestyle and your exercise!  WOW!!!
The pituitary gland is about the size of a pea and it sits at the base of the brain behind the nose. Even though it is small, this does not take away from its importance to the body. It produces human growth hormone (HGH), which is quintessential for growth when you are an adolescent. Once you are fully grown, HGH is responsible for the proper functioning of organs and tissues.
See you on Saturday mornings!!!

Tanya

Sources:

Read more: http://www.marksdailyapple.com/human-growth-hormone-2/#ixzz30HWiB0aP

http://www.livestrong.com/article/23889-exercises-release-human-growth-hormones/

http://fitness.mercola.com/sites/fitness/archive/2010/12/24/a-fountain-of-youth-in-your-muscles.aspx

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