5 tips for your first strength class at Grow

Author: Grow Fitness
Date: 22/01/2018
Category: Grow Strength

So, you’ve decided to come to your first strength class at Grow. Yay! We can’t wait to have you. Here are a few tips ahead of your first class…

 

  1. Arrive 15 minutes early

We’ll be able to show you around the studio, introduce you to your instructor and answer any questions you have. If you’re not sure how to find us, check out this page – it should have all the information you need!

 

  1. New to rowing? Relax!

No need to panic if you’ve never rowed before – our expertly trained instructors are equipped to deal with seasoned rowers, as well as complete newbies. Our workouts can be adapted to take into account your fitness level, experience and any issues such as injuries. So, don’t worry, you’re safe in our hands.

 

  1. Give it your all

Our workouts have been designed to push you – so don’t hold back. Expect an explosive, high energy class that will get your heart pumping and your metabolism fired up. It’s hard work, but trust us, it’ll be worth it!

 

  1. Stay hydrated

Our strength sessions are designed to make you sweat – and since our bodies are made up of about 60% water, it’s super important that you keep yourself topped up to ensure that your body can perform at its highest level.

 

  1. Refuel

It’s not just hydration that you need to think about. Much like a plant needs nutrients to grow, we need to feed our body with what it needs to flourish – and that’s especially important after a tough workout. We recommend grabbing a high-protein snack after class, to make sure that your muscles have everything they need to recover and grow.

 

Any other questions? Check out our FAQs. And if your question hasn’t been covered there, then please feel free to call, drop us an email or pop by for a chat. All of our contact details can be found here – we’ll be more than happy to help!

 

Can’t wait to see you at Grow soon! Book yourself into a class here.

 

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