You have heard about strength training and you would like to give it a go. However you get intimated when you see a barbell. You’re afraid of lifting weights and getting hurt. The sad truth is majority of people do get injured from lifting incorrectly.
You want to be fit and strong but you’re unsure of how to do it the right away.
That’s ok, you didn't go to strength school.
We are hosting a workshop aimed at teaching you the correct technique behind three of the best barbell strength movements. The Deadlift, Squat and Bench Press.
Whether you’re experienced with these movements or not we will be teaching you how to perform these movements correctly to avoid injury, get stronger, burn fat and build lean muscle.
Let’s get you moving better and set some solid goals for the second half of 2021!
I was pretty sceptical about joining a CrossFit gym, lifting incorrectly and getting injured. However, I attended a Volume Fitness workshop earlier this year. They focused on technique and I found it really beneficial. Since then I have been a client for 4 months and I’m loving the small group classes. The coaches are really interactive, they break down the movements into simple steps in order to develop proper technique, build strength and avoid injury.
A few months ago, I attended a squat workshop at Volume Fitness and became aware that I hadn’t been engaging my core properly when exercising, which encouraged me to reflect on my current understanding and left me feeling eager to learn more. I then started Personal training sessions at Volume Fitness which allowed me to feel equipped with the knowledge of fundamental skills. I was nervous, but the ongoing guidance from the coaches along with their willingness to answer all of my questions has allowed me to build confidence and progress my
I reached out to Volume Fitness when I had enough of the regular gyms. I didn't see any results, and I wanted a new challenge. With Hass, I have learned about different lifting techniques, gain better strength and change my overall body composition, all that and more.