This class is our core offering and you should expect to cover all the fundamentals to improve your overall strength and fitness. There is no skill level required to take part in the class, and absolutely no need to have done anything like this before.
Everyone works in teams and the challenges can include everything from tractor tyres to battle ropes, climbing over square straw bales to pushing round straw bales. Alongside these are fundamental movements such as squats, push ups, sit ups and lunges.
Our programme across the week will have you achieving things you never thought possible. With our awesome 10-metre rig, we will have you perfecting your technique on barbell squats, deadlifts and pull ups. You name it, we can coach it!
We combine the knowledge of our amazing coaches and their personal disciplines to bring you a great mix of strongman, HIIT, running, cardio and strength all under the Farming Fit banner. It really is an experience like no other!
The key ingredients are our wonderful community of members, and our unique team-based approach: the workout always flies by. We promise that you’ll be challenged, whatever your fitness level. Everything is scalable, though, and our coaches are experts at ensuring everyone gets the correct workout experience for their ability and fitness level.
Expect all the same elements from our core Farming Fit classes, but at a lighter intensity and pace. The class is held at the start of the week and is the ideal way for someone new to come and try Rhynd Fitness. It’s also attended for our most advanced members as a way to ease them into the week ahead.
Want to get stronger and build muscle? Farming Strength will do just that. The classes are less intense than others, as they concentrate on strength and the right amount of rest between exercises.
JLG Fitness & Wellbeing is thrilled to bring you Strength to Run, a programme made for runners, by a runner. Whether your goal is to improve your speed, increase your range of mobility, prevent injury, or to just improve general fitness, then you will be pleased to hear that the Strength to Run programme is here.
Jason has tried and tested this program over the last few years, and he is proof that keeping a focus on your strength work will not slow you down. In fact, with the right blend of strength and conditioning work, he has increased his speed and overall endurance, as well as staying injury free. Runners love to run, but an hour a week making yourself a stronger runner is one of the best uses of time.
Each session will be varied and focus on strengthening the major muscle groups involved in running: glutes, hamstrings, quads, calves, ankles and core. Pre-and post-race active stretching techniques will also be shared, as well as insights into Jason's own pre-race rituals, hydration and nutrition.
Farming HIIT light does exactly what it says on the tin – much like Farming HIIT, it'll get your heart rate up, but this is a lighter version of the Thursday class.