It was a great class! So first you put on your heart rate monitor strap and you sign out your monitor. They enter that info in to their computer. When you're working out, you can see your heart rate, and the percentage you're working out at on a big TV screen, along with everyone else's.
There were 5 zones, each one had a color. The first color which I can't remember, blue, green, yellow and red. The goal was to spend a little bit of time in warm up, blue and the other color. You wanted to spend the majority of time, around 30 minutes in your comfort zone, the green zone. Then I think around 12 to 15 minutes in what they call the orange zone, which is yellow and red. You go up and down with intensity throughout the class.
Today we started with the treadmill, and increased/decreased incline and speed, trying to hit the "orange zone" and then going back to the green zone for recovery. Then we did some strength training using these straps that are suspended from the ceiling. We used a medicine ball and did squats, and other exercises, and we also used the rowing machine.
In the end, great workout! The trainer said some people can burn as many as 1000 calories in a workout after they're used to the workout and as they get better at it.
All in all, I think it would be worth the money. I plan on buying more sessions once I use up my 3.
"Nothing tastes as good as thin feels!"
"Losing weight is hard. Being fat is hard. Pick your hard."
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I weigh myself every day. It keeps me accountable.