Building endurance may sound like an ordeal for some, but there are plenty of ways to achieve fitness that are invigorating, fun, and interesting. Womens Fitness Clubs of Canada in Richmond Hill offers a variety of options so that everyone can find their favorite way to train for endurance.
The most traditional way to boost endurance is cardio training. Our fitness center in Richmond Hill is equipped with an array of machines like treadmills, ellipticals, steppers, stationary bikes, and more. Not only will you strengthen and tone muscles, but you’ll build cardiovascular endurance, too, as your heart rate, breathing, and circulation improve and intensify.
You can even get a fantastic endurance workout with circuit training, which combines elements of cardio with strength training — with little rest between sets. Circuit training is a great total body workout that builds strength and endurance.
Group classes are by far the most fun way to take your endurance up a notch. If you’re looking for intense workouts for big gains, try classes like High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), Zumba, Muscle Mix, or Cycling.
On the other hand, don’t dismiss the advantages of lower impact classes, either. Pilates is a group exercise class and a great workout for core strength, balance, posture, and body awareness. Our yoga classes may involve stretching and holding poses, but you’d be surprised how much of a challenge they can be too.
If you like to dance, Zumba is a great way to build cardiovascular endurance without feeling like work. Ballet BootCamp classes improve isometric muscle endurance. If you want to try mixing yoga and dance, you try the Nia Technique.
Building endurance doesn’t have to be a drag. It’s as easy as hopping onto one of our cardio machines or jumping into one of our diverse group fitness classes. Check out the full class schedule at our Richmond Hill fitness center and find the endurance training solution that calls to you!