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We’ve trained bodybuilders, male and female, helped fire-fighters, military recruits, police officers, adventure racers, clearance divers to get seriously fit, helped overweight people to lose weight and ordinary people to regain their self confidence.
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Following is an article recently published in the mX newspaper about our Caveman Circuit Training, Personal Training and Boot Camps.
Faced with a growing body of evidence, TORNY JENSEN takes her Caveman Circuit Training one step at a time
You must crawl. If you stand up, the bungee will fling you back against the wall. It will hurt." The warning rings in my ears as the bungee is tied around my waist and I begin a constrained "bear walk" on all fours across the gym floor.
The bungee is designed to provide resistance as I move forward.
I'm sweating and shaking and I'm not sure if that's because of the workout, or the fear I'll be tossed to the other side of the room.
I've signed up for Caveman Circuit Training.
Personal trainer and gym owner Anna Junghans tells me Caveman Circuit Training is one of the latest trends for those who like to get hot and sweaty. "Over the years everyone has been led into this old-fashioned belief that slugging it out in the gym for two hours every day is the only way to get results, but people are finally waking up and saying, 'Hey, how come after doing that for six months, I'm not seeing any difference?' ," she says. "That's why something like Caveman Circuit Training is so popular, because it's so effective."
The circuit workout is similar to a boot camp - the previous incarnation of the extreme workout. In the boot camps I've done, the emphasis has been more on cardio, while caveman aims to improve strength, dexterity and fitness through seemingly old-fashioned workouts.
In my 45 or so minutes of "introductory" caveman training I use a sledgehammer, push tyres, lift kettle bells, do burpees and swing ropes.
At the end, I'm buggered and sore.
That's the thing about this sort of training, people come here and think they're fit because they can run – but this really shows how fit you are," Junghans says.
Junghans says the very fit often wear gas masks during microfitness short, intense workouts - to mimic high-altitude training: "It's for people who really want to take their fitness to the edge."
Written by Torny Jensen from mX Newspaper
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