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Embrace Performance

Altea West 6 offers more than just treadmills, ellipticals, bikes and rowing machines.  Our connected Technogym equipment features personalized entertainment and integrated cardio training programs that will help you get the most out of your sessions.

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Warm up, intervals or marathon training

Cycle, step, row, run or walk your way to improved cardiovascular health!

The benefits of cardio training include:

  • Decrease resting heart rate
  • Normalize blood pressure 
  • Increase VO2 max 
  • Increase caloric expenditure 
  • Increase muscular endurance 
  • Improve sport performance 
  • Increase energy level 
  • Reduce stress level 
  • Elevate mood
  • Improve sleep quality 

 

Vitality and longevity will depend on your overall cardiovascular health – what are you doing to maintain and improve your cardio levels?

Skillrun™ shatters all expectations of what a treadmill can be

Boost your explosive power, enhance your top speed and feel the supreme running performance of the only treadmill with Multidrive Technology.

Use the dynamic sled training function to build your sprinting power, or choose from the on-demand classes and custom training programs.

It doesn’t matter which sport you play or if you just want to challenge yourself; Athletic Sessions feature advanced science-driven training concepts to help you reach peak performance!

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Functional Training Space
Free Weights
Olympic Lifting Platforms
Selectorized Machines
Plate-Loaded Machines
Benches & More!
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FAQs

What is the capacity for boxing classes?

20 people

Will you provide boxing gloves, or do I need to bring my own for Boxing classes?

Please bring your own gloves and wraps. Gloves and wraps must be worn in heavy bag classes.

Will you provide hand wraps for the boxing classes?

We will have wraps for purchase at the front desk or you can bring your own. Wraps must be worn with gloves for heavy bag classes.

Is boxing training a good workout?

Yes, boxing training can be an excellent workout that targets multiple muscle groups and provides a high-intensity cardiovascular workout. Boxing classes can be an effective and fun way to improve your physical fitness and mental well-being.

Are boxing classes worth it?

Yes, boxing classes can be a great way to improve your physical fitness, mental toughness, and overall well-being. Some of the benefits boxing classes include:

Cardiovascular fitness: Boxing is a high-intensity workout that can help improve your cardiovascular endurance and burn calories.

Strength and conditioning: Boxing classes require strength and conditioning, particularly in the upper body and core muscles. Over time, boxing classes can help build muscle and increase overall strength.

Coordination and balance: Boxing classes involve a lot of footwork and coordination, which can help improve balance and agility.

Mental toughness: Boxing can be a mentally challenging sport that requires focus, discipline, and perseverance. Taking boxing classes can help develop mental toughness and confidence.

Stress relief: Boxing can be a great way to relieve stress and release pent-up energy and emotions.

Community and camaraderie: Boxing classes can be a great way to meet like-minded people and build a sense of community and camaraderie.

Boxing classes– where to start?

Get the right gear: You’ll need boxing gloves and hand wraps.

Focus on technique: As a beginner, it’s important to focus on mastering the proper technique for each punch and movement. Listen carefully to your instructor’s guidance and practice regularly.

Stay consistent: Like any sport or fitness routine, consistency is key. Aim to attend classes at least a few times per week to make progress and see results.

Have fun!

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