Get Back In Shape: Exercising after pregnancy

20 March, 2017 • Tags: , , , , , ,

Exercising after pregnancy can be challenging. After all, your body has worked harder than normal for the last 9 months, so you might not look and feel exactly the way you want to. However, it is possible to feel body confident again. All you need to do is find the motivation!

exercise with baby

When to start exercising

The right time to start exercising after pregnancy is up to you, whether it’s after 6 days or 6 weeks. Research shows gentle exercise after pregnancy reduces the risk of postpartum depression. So start moving again and feel the benefits!  Although it can take up to 4 to 6 months to get your fitness levels back up, it can be done.

How to exercise

Firstly, you don’t want to push yourself too hard, your body has been through a lot and needs to recover. Focus on regaining your energy by looking after yourself. Your baby has taken a lot from you so eat well – this means no crazy diets! It’s not a good idea to cut your calorie intake especially if you are breast feeding, so focus on gentle exercise for the first 6 weeks and make sure you get the nutrition you need for you and your new-born. Start by walking, and build this up. After 6 weeks you can aim to take 30 minute walks 2-5 times a week. Stroller walking is the new mummy fitness craze, so take your baby and get some fresh air!

Train with your baby

Additionally, you can work on building up your strength. Instead of using normal weights, use your baby! One of the most important areas to work on is your core. This area has been stretched and weakened dramatically during pregnancy, so make a fun workout and tighten up those abdominals. Lie on your back, knees bent and put your baby on top of your legs and hold his hands. Now move your legs slowly in and out, this will really get your core muscles working again. To strengthen your legs; stand with your legs apart, hold your baby in front of you and squat slowly. Watch that baby smile!

What to avoid

There are some types of exercises you should avoid straight after pregnancy. Experts say avoid jogging, running or jumping –  or anything that puts a lot of pressure on your joints. This is because of the hormone ‘relaxin’ that is produced during pregnancy. ‘Relaxin’ loosens up your joints which means they can be easily injured during exercise. This hormone will still be in your blood so be careful not to jump into intense training straight away.

How OneFit can help

There are many suitable classes for recovering mums including a variety of Pilates and Yoga lessons. Both are a great way to build up your flexibility and strength while relaxing and restoring your energy. Remember, if you start slowly and build up your fitness levels, you’ll be a healthier and happier mum for your newborn!

In AmsterdamFlow + Restore (Prenatal and Postnatal)  at Studio 191

In Den HaagYin & Restorative Yoga (Beginners) at Saktiisha The Hague City Centre

In UtrechtYoga Alignment at Yoga Moves

In RotterdamHot Yoga Pilates Sculpt Fusion at Hot Yoga Place

 

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Get Back In Shape – Training with weak or injured wrists

If you have a wrist injury or suffer from weak wrists in general, keeping your upper body strength can be challenging. The trick is to learn how to work out without inflicting pain on your wrists or causing damage. Completing a normal training session with weak or injured wrists is doable, with some minor adjustments to your routine.

 

injured wrist

Firstly, any movement that causes pain should be avoided. This will only damage your wrists further. However, not moving your wrists is not a good option either. This will decrease mobility in your wrists and make them weaker. So, keep your wrists moving. To begin with, try small circular rotations and build up from there. Training with weak or injured wrists is possible. Try adapting your workout by using the exercises below and keep pain free!

The Half Push Up

Training with weak or injured wrists can be done easily if you know how. First of all, swap your normal pushups for half pushups, these are great for working the chest, biceps and triceps.  Start by placing your hands and forearms on the ground, shoulder width apart. Stretch your legs and place the balls of your feet on the floor. Contract your ab muscles and lower yourself to the ground by bending your elbows. Don’t forget to exhale. Bring yourself back up and repeat.

TRX Training

TRX Training or suspension training is a great way to train with your own body weight. Not only does TRX training give you strength, but also helps improve your flexibility, stability and muscle endurance. By keeping your arms and wrists in line you can choose your level of resistance without strain or pain, just lean forward! There are 100’s of exercises to explore with TRX training so you vary your workout. In Amsterdam try TRX Total Body Workout at Squash City or TRX at Fitness Zuidas for professional TRX training for all abilities.

Resistance Bands

Resistance Bands are simple but effective for training with weak or injured wrists. The power of resistance is literally in your hands. Keep your wrists straight and try exercises such as chest presses and shoulder presses. Hold the band around your back and pull forward or place it under your foot and lift upwards. Remember to always keep your wrists aligned with your arms. Simple exercises but effective results.

Indoor Cycling

Of course, you can make the most of training your legs. If your wrists are still painful, avoid cycling outdoors and get in the gym. Any indoor cycling machine will give you the stability you need to cycle effectively, even with one arm!  Mix up the resistance, increasing it for a few minutes and lowering it back down, so you work up a sweat and increase stamina!

If you start to exercise without putting strain on your wrists, you are likely to recover quicker. However, if you continue with your normal workout your wrists may get worse. Therefore, it’s always good to add something new to your workout routine. Who knows, maybe you’ll even find a new favourite exercise.

 

 

 

 

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Weekend workout tip: zwemmen in Amsterdam

Het aanbod van OneFit is daverend! Daarom helpen we onze members graag een handje; elke week vissen we een bijzondere les of locatie uit de OneFit jungle. We voorzien jou graag van wat extra workout inspiratie. Met twee nieuw aangesloten zwembaden bestaat het aanbod inmiddels uit 5 fantastische zwemlocaties. Er is een enorme variëteit om te zwemmen, sla daarom je (vlinder)slag in Amsterdam!

Marnixbad Amsterdam

Fullbody workout

We hebben ooit allemaal leren zwemmen als kind, omdat het zo ongeveer ingebakken is in de Nederlandse cultuur. Heel erg fijn want zwemmen is een workout voor iedereen. Natuurlijk zwemt niet iedereen als Pieter van de ene naar de andere kant maar het blijft een full body workout. En niet alleen dat is ontzettend fijn maar baantjes trekken is ook een mentale ontspanning. Tegelijkertijd werk je aan een grotere longinhoud, dit werkt weer in je voordeel tijdens andere trainingen. Juistem, een win-win situatie en extra fijn; niet blessure gevoelig. Steker nog, zwemmen is een uitstekende workout om te integreren in je fitness routine. Tijdens de rustdagen van je trainingen kun je prima gaan zwemmen, dankzij de gewichtloosheid in het water is de belasting van de spieren heel anders.

Zwemmen in Amsterdam

Nieuw aangesloten in Amsterdam West is Sportplaza Mercator waar de fanatiekelingen na het zwemmen ook nog de gym in kunnen gaan. In Amsterdam Oost zwem je bij Sportfondsenbad Oost onder het authentieke dak van een voormalig koolgasstokerij, in dit historische pand kan je baantjes trekken in het 25 meter bad én bubbelen in de verwarmde whirlpool. Bijlmer Sportcentrum heeft een groot bad met genoeg ruimte om rustig te kunnen zwemmen. Eén van de bekendste baden van Amsterdam is het Zuiderbad, gelegen bij het museumplein. Het bad was voorheen een rijwielschool. Uniek en erg knus zijn de omkleedhokjes die een vintage vakanie gevoel geven. Bij Het Marnix zwem je met uitkijk op de Singelgracht en kan je naast het banen zwemmen ook terecht voor een lesje Aqua BBB of Aqua joggen.

Voor zwemmen in Amsterdam zit je met je OneFit membership dus ontzettend goed. See you in the pool! 

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Wat is mobiliteit en wat is het doel?

11 March, 2017 • Tags: , ,

Een nieuwe en ontzettend interessante rubriek : (personal) trainers van de meest favoriete OneFit locaties aan het woord. Wie zijn deze trainers waar jullie zo graag les van krijgen? Binnen no-time zijn hun lessen volgeboekt en dat is niet voor niks. Wat is hun visie op bewegen en hoe bouwen zij hun lessen op?

We trappen af met Chris Hettinga – personal trainer en coach bij de hippe gym Het Gymlokaal in Amsterdam West. Chris is geïnteresseerd in nieuwe manieren van bewegen en geeft dan ook in een zeer eigen stijl zijn lessen. Ook hij sport graag met het OneFit abonnement om zo zijn fitness-horizon nog meer te verbreden!

Chris Hettinga mobiliteit

 Warming-up

‘Ik begin mijn traning ALTIJD met een goede warming-up met hierin een aantal mobility drills, dit is essentieel zodat je lichaam alert is op de bewegingen die komen gaan. Een goed opgebouwde warming-up bevordert je training, los daarvan vermindert het de kans op blessures. Het is zonde dat dit belangrijke onderdeel van de training vaak wordt overgeslagen of dat hier niet voldoende aandacht aan wordt gegeven.’

‘Mijn warming-up heeft over het algemeen een vaste opbouw met verschillende bewegingen, deze begin ik met een zogenaamde ‘animal flow’. Deze dierlijke (oer)movements zijn zeer geschikt voor het opwarmen van het lichaam en gewrichten. Tijdens het uitvoeren van deze bewegingen ontdek je al snel dat het behoorlijk lastig kan zijn. Je coördinatie, kracht en uithoudingsvermogen moeten namelijk samenwerken. Zo ontdek je al snel wat eventuele knelpunten in jouw bewegingen zijn, hier kan je met mobility aan gaan werken! Vandaar dat dit één van de trainingen is die ik bij Het Gymlokaal geef.’

Oké, duidelijk: een flinke warming-up EN mobiliteit zijn super belangrijk. Maar mobiliteit? Chris legt het voor ons uit:

Range of motion (ROM)

Hoe mobieler het gewricht des te verder je in een bepaalde richting je botten kan bewegen. Je wilt de beweging uitslag – range of motion – in je gewrichten vergroten waardoor je makkelijker en soepeler kan bewegen. Je ‘rom’ is de bewegingshoeveelheid die mogelijk is ter hoogte van een gewricht. Deze is individueel verschillend en wordt beïnvloed door factoren zoals leeftijd, geslacht, het al dan niet actief of passief bewegen.

Mobiliteit wordt gevormd door flexibiliteit en kracht samen te voegen. Het gebrek aan mobiliteit kan een gevolg zijn van het enkel binnen de comfortzone bewegen. Het doel van mobiliteit is dan ook het opzoeken van de oncomfortabele posities waardoor je lichaam juist harder moet werken en je gewrichten gestimuleerd worden om betere posities aan te nemen. Even wennen, achteraf heel fijn!

Wat is het verschil tussen flexibiliteit en mobiliteit?

De flexibiliteit van het lichaam wordt bepaald door de spieren en de mobiliteit bepaalt de bewegingscapaciteit van het gewricht. Er wordt tijdens het trainen voornamelijk gefocust op het verplaatsen van zware gewichten om uiteindelijk zoveel mogelijk spiermassa te kweken; de focus ligt op de krachttraining. Hoewel dit uiteraard onmisbaar is zou deze vorm van trainen toch anders moeten worden benaderd. Het is beter om krachttraining te combineren met stretchen om zo ook flexibiliteit te beheersen.

Het lichaam heeft een sterke basis nodig wat betreft de flexibiliteit en mobiliteit, het lichaam kan ook gezien worden als een kinetische keten – alles in het lichaam is met elkaar verbonden. Wanneer het lichaam niet beschikt over een goede flexibiliteit en mobiliteit zal dit leiden tot een reactie; bijvoorbeeld een blessure.

Waar is het goed voor?

Mobiliteit ontwikkeling verwijst naar de hoeveelheid actieve bruikbare bewegingen die je bezit. Deze hoeveelheid actieve bruikbare bewegingen zorgen ervoor dat je in staat bent dit te maximaliseren. Het leidt tot een vermindering van pijn in je letsel en schade aan het lichaam. Het resultaat is makkelijker en soepeler bewegen en dat helpt je bij de dagelijkse activiteiten.

Ben je nieuwsgierig en zou je graag eens een les mobiliteit willen proberen? Kom dan snel langs in Het Gymlokaal!

Sportieve groet,
Chris Hettinga – Personal trainer (Het Gymlokaal)

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Get Back In Shape: How exercise can keep your heart healthy

8 March, 2017 • Tags: , , , , , ,

Exercising is great for our physical and mental health, but how exactly can make sure we have a healthy heart? Firstly, our heart is our most important muscle, so knowing how to take care of it is vital for optimal well-being. That’s why we should be completing moderate to high-intensity training multiple times a week. This is proven to be beneficial to our health as it reduces bad cholesterol and breaks down unwanted fat in our system. Hence, there are certain types of exercise we should be doing that are especially effective at keeping your heart healthy and happy.

rowing machine

Interval training

First and foremost, high intensity training is a great way to get that blood pumping and increase our heart rate while simultaneously decreasing our risk of heart disease. You can implement interval training into your workout or training session easily. Do this by performing at a high intensity rate for a set time and alternating with rest intervals. Furthermore, a great way to get motivated to do high intensity training is through a class or training in a small group. So try a circuit training or a hit class to start keeping your heart healthy! On the other hand, if you are more of a runner try mixing your routine with sprints and rest intervals. The most important thing is to push yourself hard enough so that your heart rate is up and you’re sweating.

Swimming

Swimming is a great, whole body workout which doesn’t strain your joints. Although, leisure swimming is not as intensive as lane swimming, so hit the fast lane. Try to complete 8-12 lengths, switching between strokes. To make it even more challenging, make a fist with your hand instead of an open palm. This technique makes you work that little bit harder to reach the wall each time and helps build muscle. Just don’t forget to come up for more air!

Strength training

Strength training is also a type of interval training but specifically focuses on using weights. This type of training tires out muscles, building strength, stability which keeps your heart healthy! You can hit the machinery in the gym or join a class such as Bodypump or slow it down with Pilates, which is really good for strengthening your core and correcting your alignment.

Lastly, combining these elements into your workout routine will help you on your way to a healthy heart. Make sure to choose activities that you enjoy, so when you push yourself that little bit further you don’t quit! If you don’t like the vibe of a certain location or class just try another one until you find the right workout for you. After all, a healthy heart is key for a happy you, inside and out.

Try out some of these locations where you can swim, or take part in high intensity and strength training:

Amsterdam: Sportfondsenbad Oost, Shape All In

Den Haag: Njoy Fitness Den Haag, BodyFlex 100% Catharina

Utrecht: StabilityForYou, All Inn Fitness and Health

Rotterdam: CrossFit HofpleinRecreatiecentrum Oostervant

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Van a tot z de OneFit app

8 March, 2017 • Tags: , , , ,

Sport jij al met de OneFit app? Hiermee regel je namelijk écht alles zelf online, ook het inchecken op een locatie. Je smartphone is het enige wat jij nodig hebt om te sporten (of om te relaxen) met OneFit. Even alles overzichtelijk op een rij: van a tot z de OneFit app.

OneFit app

Wat kan je met de OneFit app:

  • Gemakkelijk navigeren door het aanbod van locaties en lessen
  • Filter op stad/postcode/afstand en starttijd
  • Selecteer je favoriete locaties of lessen
  • Kies uit les types of locaties
  • Lessen reserveren (en annuleren)
  • Je kan automatische push notificaties ontvangen zodat je nooit meer een les vergeet (en eventueel op tijd kan annuleren)
  • Zelf inchecken via je smartphone op locatie

 Hoe werkt het inchecken?

Op het moment dat je bij de locatie bent (binnen een straal van 75 meter) kun je inchecken via de app. Hiervoor wordt gebruik gemaakt van de locatievoorzieningen op je telefoon.

  1. Open de app
  2. Klik op het middelste icoon: check in
  3. Binnen een straal van 75 meter rondom de locatie zal de ronde incheck knop groen worden
  4. Druk op de knop en bevestig je checkin!

checkin proces OneFit app

Inchecken met je pasje is dus niet meer nodig. Nadat je hebt ingecheckt laat je je reserveringsbevestiging zien aan de locatie en ben je klaar om te beginnen aan je workout! Je checkin zal tot aan het einde van de dag bewaard blijven in de app. Deze kan je vinden in het portemonneetje linksboven in je scherm, onder het checkin gedeelte van de app.

checkin onefit app

FAQ

  • Kan ik mijn OneFit-pas samen met de OneFit app gebruiken?

Nee, zodra je met de app incheckt wordt je pas direct gedeactiveerd.

  • Wat als mijn telefoon het niet doet?

We snappen dat je gewoon wilt gaan sporten, ook al doet je telefoon het tijdelijk niet. Neem in dit geval contact op met onze klantenservice, dan zorgen zij dat je gewoon weer aan de slag kunt!

  • Tot wanneer kan ik inchecken?

Inchecken kan enkel vanaf 30 minuten voor aanvang, tot maximaal 5 minuten na aanvang van de les. Daarna kun je niet meer inchecken en heb je je reservering gemist. Het is dus belangrijk dat je altijd voordat de les begint incheckt.

  • Kan ik daarna gewoon doorlopen?

Nadat je hebt ingecheckt ontvang je een reserveringsbevestiging in de app, deze moet je op de desbetreffende locatie laten zien ter bevestiging. Een voorbeeld van deze bevestiging is hierboven afgebeeld.

Onze klantenservice staat je graag te woord als je nog verdere vragen hebt!

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Get back in shape: Exercises for low back pain

Keeping to your normal workout routine can be hard if you are suffering with low back pain. Therefore, your workout routine should be adjusted to avoid further injury. Thankfully, there are numerous exercises for low back pain that can be performed safely. Ultimately, you can still keep fit safely, without loosing muscle and strength!

OneFit stretch

Exercises to avoid

First of all, there are exercises that you should not perform as these will only aggravate and worsen your injury. These include:

Any exercise that causes you pain – This may seem self-explanatory but everybody is different. Some exercises may still irritate your lower back. If you feel any pain, it’s time to take a timeout and try something else!

Front weight bearing movements – any exercises that include holding weight in front of the body. These kind of exercises put strain and pressure on your lower back, something to be avoided if you are suffering with back pain.

Movements bending from the waist – These include abdominal crunches, squats and dead-lifts. These movements are likely to put excessive strain on your lower back and cause discomfort.

Exercises for low back pain

The good news is there are plenty of suitable workouts and exercises for low back pain sufferers. You might have to be willing to try something new, but maybe you’ll find a new favourite workout!

Exercises in the water – Firstly, any exercise performed in water is great news for your back. Not only is there less strain and weight but also, the resistance in the water still makes the workout challenging!

Body weight exercises – In fact, training with your own body weight is a great way to keep up your strength and maintain muscle. Grounded exercises can help you gently stretch out and tension or stress that might be adding to your pain.

Machinery – Certain weight machinery can provide support for your back while you can focus on building your strength, safely. If you feel motivated for a cardio workout then the Recumbent bicycle allows you to work your legs hard with little stress to your back.

Keep motivated and have fun

Lastly, if you create a new workout that you enjoy, you will still be motivated to keep fit. Incorporating safe exercises for lower back pain is key to preventing further injury. If you are still unsure – ask a team member at your local gym for advice on training safely. Below are some great classes to try out if you are ready to ease yourself back into movement safely!

AmsterdamNatural Balance at Sport Natural

UtrechtStretching at De Workout Club

Den HaagMax Flex at Ravez Movement Academy

RotterdamThe Power of Alignment at Villa Yoga

Want to know more about how  OneFit can help you to recover from an injury? Here is some more to read: get back in shape,  physically and mentally.

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Workout of the week: Thai Boxing – Everything you need to know

23 February, 2017 • Tags: , , ,

Ever considered trying out Thai boxing? This style of boxing is high impact and sure to get those endorphins pumping! Thai boxing is a discipline of traditional kickboxing that comes from the martial arts (Muay boran), now known as Muay Thai. Although it originated in the 16th century, it became modernized in the 19th century as a combination of Muay Thai, karate and western boxing. Therefore, it is considered as a style of kickboxing but there are actually many more differences than similarities.

Thai boxing FC van Dams

What is it?

To be specific, Thai Boxing has a strong focus on kicking, punching and use of the elbows and knees. This is known as the eight-point contact system. Furthermore, it incorporates the use of clinches. To explain, clinches are a way of tying up the opponent for a positional reset. Additionally, this discipline is in fact slower and more controlled than traditional boxing, with a focus on strong lower leg kicks.

Kick boxing vs Thai Boxing

First of all, Thai boxing is referred to as the ‘’Art of Eight Limbs’ because of the eight-point contact system it utilizes. In some cases, it may contain some ceremonial elements. Because of this, each Thai boxer has their own unique style – you might find some teachers incorporate more kickboxing elements than traditional Muay Thai or vice versa. Moreover, Thai Boxing can contain harsher techniques such as palm strikes and backfists which are not normally allowed in traditional kickboxing.

An intense workout

Additionally, Thai boxing is a great workout! When learning this discipline of boxing you will master a skilled technique and lessons are normally given on a punching bag. This activity is a good way to gain strength, especially in the legs as you master the low leg kicks. It is an intense workout but it is also great fun!

Where can I try it?

You can begin your Thai Boxing journey easily at OneFit!  There are several locations which offer different types of Thai boxing. Trained professional teachers will guide you through the movements as you gain confidence, so try it out! Don’t know where to go to? Check the OneFit map through the app or online or click the links below and read all our locations it!

Amsterdam: Thai Boksen Recreanten at Vos Gym Amsterdam

Utrecht:  Thai-Kickboks Zaktraining at Fightingclub Van Dams

The Hague: Thai Boksen Gemend/Recreanten at Hit and Health

Rotterdam: Kickboksen/Muay Thai at Oosterbaan Gym

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Workout of the week – Exploring Vinyasa Yoga

15 February, 2017 • Tags: , , ,

Yoga can be considered therapy for the mind, body and soul and many of you Yogi’s are probably very familiar with the different disciplines of yoga, including the flow of Vinyasa Yoga. For those of you who are not, here is all you need to know about this fun, energetic workout!

Vinyasa Yoga OneFit

What is Vinyasa Yoga?

The term Vinyasa means breath synchronized movement. It can also be referred to as the flow of sequential movement controlled through the breath. This practice of yoga is derived from Hatha yoga and consists of dynamic movements which flow in and out of Asanas (poses) with a deep focus on breath. The aim of this discipline is for your mind to stay present through a moving meditation and afterwards you should feel energized, focused and calm!

How is it different?

Vinyasa is often practiced in a heated room between 35-38 degrees Celsius – but not always. Movements are not static but continuous, with emphasis on downward facing down. The mountain pose and the raised hand pose. Some classes may start with meditation. However there is no strict form for Vinyasa so each class might be a different experience.

What are the benefits?

Vinyasa will make you sweat, it’s great cardio and is challenging! If practiced in a heated room, the heat will help to relive your body of toxins and warm up your muscles to help with flexibility and strength. Taking a Vinyasa class is a great way to start or finish your day and regular practice can help relieve anxiety and clear your mind, leaving you feeling at peace with yourself!

Where can I try it?

Luckily for you, OneFit has many locations where you can try out this meditation workout, there is no fixed structure for Vinyasa Yoga, so try out a few classes until you find one that fits you!  There are many to choose from; but if you are not familiar with any, here are some suggestions.

Amsterdam: Sukha Yoga, TULA yoga studio, Yogaspot

Utrecht: Studio Patricia, Yoga moves, Yoga Point Oudegracht

The Hague: Saktiisha, Balanzs Veenkade, InTension Healthclub Scheveningen

Rotterdam: Kompassie Yoga Studio, Lotus Fish Yoga, Villa Yoga

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OneFit guide to Valentines

Today we’re giving you some workout inspiration; on the day in which love conquers all. At OneFit we are all about strong love, whether you are celebrating Valentines Day or Palenstines Day this year; at OneFit you can be healthy and romantic! Hitting the gym with a partner is a great way to get motivated, instead of aimlessly running solo on the treadmill, clocking how long you have left. Let’s face it, having your pal or love there instantly makes it more fun, which can make your workout more effective! Gym time shouldn’t be a chore, so replace it with quality time and try out these hassle free exercises with a partner and combine them into your workout routine.

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  • Wheelbarrow pushup with squats

If executed properly this exercise can be a killer way to work those muscles! Partner A starts in a strong plank position, arms tights and core engaged. Partner B stands between A’s feet and lifts their ankles. A then lowers into a push up position, keeping a straight frame; while B completes a squat movement, still holding onto A’s ankles. Repeat for 12 reps then switch!

  • Rotational squat with clap

This one is super easy to do but also effective! Stand back to back with your partner and both drop into a deep squat position. Each partner then rotates their upper torso to each side and claps the hand of their using their outside hand. Repeat to the other side, simple! Remember to keep a deep squat engaged and keep going until you feel the burn!

  • Plank jump

The Plank Jump combines plank with a jumping squat movement. Partner A takes a strong plank position with feet, hip width apart and holds. Partner B stands on one side of A, by the feet. B jumps over A’s feet landing in a deep squat. B immediately repeats this back the other way. Complete 30 seconds then change roles. Keep jumping high and squat deep!

After an intense workout you both might be feeling slightly sore. There is no better way to relax and start recovery than taking a moment to wind down in the Sauna. You can even finish off your day by digging into a luxury three course meal from the chef – romantic! (Check sauna and restaurant facilities per location online). If you’re missing a workout buddy, you can always invite a friend at any time to join OneFit and receive €10 discount on your next payment period! After all, buddies that train together, stay together!

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