Weights Training

Weight training is a common type of strength training for developing the strength and size of skeletal muscles. It utilizes the force of gravity in the form of weighted bars, dumbbells or weight stacks in order to oppose the force generated by muscle through concentric or eccentric contraction.

Body Weight Training

Bodyweight exercises (also called bodyweight workouts) are strength-training exercises that use an individual’s own weight to provide resistance against gravity. … Bodyweight training uses simple abilities like pushing, pulling, squatting, bending, twisting and balancing.

Sand Workout

Let’s talk sand training. … This means that for every inch of sunken sand, you will be running or exercising on 2 different surface levels. Consequently, you find yourself exerting a greater ENERGY OUTPUT and MUSCULAR STRENGTH to run on sand compared to solid ground.

Rope Workout

Battling ropes (also known as battle ropes or heavy ropes) are used for fitness training to increase full body strength and conditioning. … The ropes are thick and heavy so as to give significant resistance. With one battle rope per upper extremity, it works out each arm independently, overcoming strength imbalances.

Kettlebell Workout

A kettlebell looks like a cast-iron cannonball with a handle on top. They come in various weights. You’ll use them as you do things like lunges, lifts, and shoulder presses. The workout gets your heart pumping and uses up to 20 calories per minute: about as much as running a 6-minute mile

Athletic Workout

These are exercises that use more than one muscle group at once. An example of a compound exercise would be the bench press because you use your chest, shoulders and triceps during the exercises. These are the types of exercises we will be focusing on, they also give you more bang for your buck.

In-house diet café

Café Nutrition is an exclusive counseling and diet planning center for individuals also offering dietitian programs.

General Training To All

General training means training involving tuition which is not applicable only or principally to the employee’s present or future position in the undertaking

Power Zumba

Zumba is a fitness program that combines Latin and international music with dance moves. Zumba routines incorporate interval training — alternating fast and slow rhythms — to help improve cardiovascular fitness.


A steam room is a heated room that people use for relaxation and to relieve some medical conditions. They are often found in gyms or spas. A steam room is created when a water-filled generator pumps steam into an enclosed space so there is moisture in the air when people are sitting in it.

Nutritional Session

A process by which a health professional with special training in nutrition helps people make healthy food choices and form healthy eating habits.

Complimentary Health Shots

Wellness shots can give your health that extra boost! … published in the journal Evidence-Based Complementary


Yoga is essentially a spiritual discipline based on an extremely subtle science, which focuses on bringing harmony between mind and body. It is an art and scince of healthy living.

Cross Fit

A high-intensity fitness programmer incorporating elements from several sports and types of exercise.

Mudgar Workout

A mudgar is a type of ‘gada’ mace from India, and it is generally made of wood, but can also be made of iron. … The mudgar is very effective in training the muscles and building grip while improving shoulder strength. The weighted clubs also help increase the range of motion in the joints

Unilateral muscle focus and muscle to mind connection

The mind-muscle connection or neuromuscular innervation theory is that by focusing on the specific muscle group(s) you want to activate in an exercise, you will be able to increase the number of neurons firing which in turn increases the number of muscle fibers recruited during each contraction.