Classes & Programs

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Classes

It’s inspiring and motivating to be surrounded by an encouraging instructor and supportive people, all working together, without having to think or plan.

Our fitness instructor will carefully demonstrate the routines, to make sure that everyone in the class is executing each exercise the right way and eliminate potential injuries.

Workout Programs

Reaching your weight loss goals requires consistent effort. Using a workout schedule can be the deciding factor in your weight loss success formula. Ambitus fitness staff will create a digital workout program for you that can be viewed through your mobile application.

Personal training

Working out can be intimidating. It’s normal to have goals and be uncertain of how to achieving them, and it’s completely normal to lack motivation at times. This is where a Personal Trainers experience can make a huge difference to your training program. Our certified professionals will continuously challenge your abilities and help you achieve your fitness goals.

Functional Fitness

Functional fitness is a very important part of exercise and daily life.  It refers to exercise that helps you with everyday activities. By strengthening the muscles in the same way you would need to use them for certain tasks, it reduces your risk of injury and increases your quality of life. «Functional training» class is necessary as part of your fitness program. Join in…

Classes For All Fitness Levels

Whether you’re a beginner at the gym or you just don’t have much fitness knowledge, group fitness classes may be your solution. Joining a class can help build a foundation and structure that you can use to fuel your personal health journey for years to come.

ZUMBA

Pretty much the most awesome workout ever. Dance to great music, with great people, and burn a ton of calories without even realising it. The perfect combo of fun and fitness has made Zumba classes a world-wide phenomenon.

ZUMBA STEP

Zumba® Step is a cardio and calorie burning workout, targeting legs, glutes and core.

YOGA

It’s a total mind-body workout that combines strengthening and stretching poses with deep breathing and meditation or relaxation. Yoga does more than burn calories and tone muscles.

PILATES

Pilates is a form of low-impact exercise that aims to strengthen and stimulate muscles, improve flexibility, posture and mobility. Reduces back pain, stress and the risk of osteoporosis.

TRX

It’s Simple and it’s for everyone! TRX Training helps you move better, feel better, and live better. It is based on seven basic movements. Learning them, is all it takes to built a better body.

PUMP IT HARD

It’s a weight group training program, using light to medium resistance weights with lots of repetitions. It Improves muscle endurance and muscle strength.

TONING EXERCISE

Toning exercise is a program targeting muscle stimulation and empowerment (buttocks, abdomen, back and shoulders) using light or small resistors such as dumbbells, bar, tires, balls and body weight.

HIPS AND ABS

The favorite program of all women. With specific exercises, it strengthens the abdominal muscles, back, inner-outer thighs and buttocks.

TABATA

Tabata training is a high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workout, featuring exercises that last four minutes. You push yourself as hard as you can for 20 seconds and rest for 10 seconds. This is one set. You’ll complete eight sets of each exercise. This workout is designed to get your heart rate up in that very hard anaerobic zone for short periods of time.

FITBALL

A very nice and varied workout program, using the ball. It improves balance and overall fit, by strengthening the trunk and pelvis muscles.

FUNCTIONAL TRAINING

A functional training is a workout which strengthens the body in a particular way, using exercises inspired from our everyday routine. By training multiple muscle groups at the same time, the body functions better as a whole and make daily activities easier to perform.

FLOOR EXERCISE

Basic exercises on a mat (sitting or lying), that helps improve neuromuscular coordination, muscle strengthening and body mobility.

Monday

9:00 – 9:45 am   [ A7 ]
5:15 – 6:00 pm  [ A27 ]
6:15 – 6:45 pm   [ A7 ]
6:55 – 7:40 pm  [ A27 ]
7:50 – 8:50 pm   [ A7 ]
9:00 – 10:00 pm

Tuesday

9:00 – 9:45 am   [ A7 ]

5:15 – 6:00 pm  [ A27 ]
6:10 – 6:40 pm  [ A27 ]
6:50 – 7:35 pm  [ A27 ]
7:40 – 8:10 pm   [ A7 ]

Wednesday

9:00 – 9:45 am   [ A7 ]

5:15 – 6:00 pm   [ A7 ]

6:10 – 6:40 pm   [ A7 ]
6:50 – 7:35 pm  [ A27 ]
8:00 – 8:30 pm
8:30 – 10:00 pm

Thursday

9:00 – 9:45 am   [ A7 ]
5:15 – 6:00 pm  [ A27 ]
6:10 – 6:40 pm  [ A27 ]
6:55 – 7:35 pm   [ A7 ]
7:45 – 8:45 pm   [ A7 ]

Friday

9:00 – 10:00 am   [ A7 ]
5:15 – 5:55 pm  [ A27 ]
6:00 – 6:45 pm  [ A27 ]
6:50 – 7:20 pm   [ A7 ]
7:30 – 8:15 pm  [ A27 ]
A7: room with up to 7 paticipants
A27: room with up to 27 participants

Personal Training

A personal trainer not only comes up with great workout programs, he/she also guides you through them in a motivating manner, speeding up the amount of time it takes to see gains , without causing unnecessary strain or injury.

Weight Loss

Sustainable weight loss and long-term physical well-being require a plan.

A trainer has the expertise to guide you on how intensely and how frequently you must exercise in order to accelerate your results.

Strength

The most important factor in strength training is intensity of load. The goal is to (safely) increase the weight, intensity, and volume of the workouts to achieve your body mass and strength goals. Typically, because of an effective program and the trainer’s expertise, you will see positive results much faster than if you were self-training.

 Cardio

Cardio is an essential component of any workout, whether you want to lose weight, get fit, or just be healthier. Running, cycling, or walking are all good choices, as long as it involves a movement that gets your heart rate into your heart rate zone. A Personal Trainer will understand how the body works and, most importantly, what might work best for you.

F.A.Q.

YOU’VE GOT QUESTIONS, WE’VE GOT ANSWERS

How many days per week do I need to work out?

Depending on your health and fitness goals, you’ll need to commit to a minimum of 3 days of exercise each week to see results.

What should I eat before a workout?

Eating an easily digested carbohydrate an hour or so before you hit the gym ensures that you’ll have enough energy in the tank to get through your program.

If, however, you exercise first thing in the morning, eating before your workout may not be an option. Experiment with the types of food and the timing of your pre-workout meal to discover what works best for you.

What should I eat after a workout?

Eating after a workout is important. You need to replenish your glycogen stores and ‘feed’ the muscles that you’ve just trained. Sports nutritionists suggest that you eat a small snack consisting of protein and easily digested carbohydrates within about an hour of training and then your next meal an hour or two later.

How quickly will I see the results of my training?

Expect to see the results within two to three weeks. Changes in body composition often take longer to notice; the more consistent you are with your workouts and the closer you adhere to your nutrition plan, the sooner the results will become noticeable.

Which should I do first; cardio or weights?

It’s different for every individual. It comes down to what the person’s fitness goals are.It is better for you to have consistency in your exercise than to worry about the two extra calories you might burn from doing weights or cardio first. Analyze your goals and plan your workouts to reach those goals.

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Monday-Friday: 6am – 10pm

Saturday: 8am – 6pm

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interval, cardio, balance and flexibility
Approximate calories burn:
400-500/hr
Fitness level (intensity):
low to high
Duration (minutes):
30-60


Exercise type:
interval, cardio, balance and flexibility
Approximate calories burn:
400-500/hr
Fitness level (intensity):
low to high
Duration (minutes):
30-60


Exercise type:
toning, strength, cardio
Approximate calories burn:
300-400
Fitness level (intensity):
medium to high
Duration (minutes):
30-60


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cardio, strength
Approximate calories burn:
600-800/hr
Fitness level (intensity):
high
Duration (minutes):
45-60


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strength, balance, toning
Approximate calories burn:
150-200
Fitness level (intensity):
low to high
Duration (minutes):
60


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Fitness level (intensity):
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30-60


Exercise type:
toning
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900+
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high
Duration (minutes):
30-60


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strength, balance, toning
Approximate calories burn:
300-500/hr
Fitness level (intensity):
mediuim to high
Duration (minutes):
45-60


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cardio, strength
Approximate calories burn:
500-600
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high
Duration (minutes):
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Exercise type:
interval, cardio, balance and flexibility
Approximate calories burn:
400-500/hr
Fitness level (intensity):
low to high
Duration (minutes):
30-60


Exercise type:
strength
Approximate calories burn:
300-400/hr
Fitness level (intensity):
low to medium
Duration (minutes):
30-45


Exercise type:
strength, balance, toning
Approximate calories burn:
300-500/hr
Fitness level (intensity):
mediuim to high
Duration (minutes):
45-60


Exercise type:
toning
Approximate calories burn:
900+
Fitness level (intensity):
high
Duration (minutes):
30-60


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cardio, toning and strength
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450-550/hr
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low to high
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cardio, strength
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600-800/hr
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high
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45-60


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toning, strength, cardio
Approximate calories burn:
300-400
Fitness level (intensity):
medium to high
Duration (minutes):
30-60


Exercise type:
toning, strength, cardio
Approximate calories burn:
300-400
Fitness level (intensity):
medium to high
Duration (minutes):
30-60


Exercise type:
interval, cardio, balance and flexibility
Approximate calories burn:
400-500/hr
Fitness level (intensity):
low to high
Duration (minutes):
30-60


Exercise type:
toning, strength, cardio
Approximate calories burn:
400-500
Fitness level (intensity):
medium to high
Duration (minutes):
45-60


Exercise type:
strength, balance, toning
Approximate calories burn:
150-200
Fitness level (intensity):
low to high
Duration (minutes):
60


Exercise type:
strength, balance, toning
Approximate calories burn:
300-500/hr
Fitness level (intensity):
mediuim to high
Duration (minutes):
45-60


Exercise type:
interval, cardio, balance and flexibility
Approximate calories burn:
400-500/hr
Fitness level (intensity):
low to high
Duration (minutes):
30-60


Exercise type:
strength, balance, toning
Approximate calories burn:
300-500/hr
Fitness level (intensity):
mediuim to high
Duration (minutes):
45-60


Exercise type:
strength
Approximate calories burn:
300-400/hr
Fitness level (intensity):
low to medium
Duration (minutes):
30-45


Exercise type:
toning, strength, cardio
Approximate calories burn:
400-500
Fitness level (intensity):
medium to high
Duration (minutes):
45-60


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