Why workout in groups?
3 December 2015
Workout with a team of people who are equally dedicated to getting in shape..
Why Workout in Groups?
When you attend Prestige Boot Camp and work in a group environment, you are no longer having to go it alone. Instead you’re surrounded by a team of people who are equally dedicated to getting in shape, and that comes with numerous benefits.
You’ll Find Hidden Levels of Motivation
Humans are naturally competitive; it’s right down in our DNA. When you’re working out in a group, that provides the benefit of making you dig deep to find every last scrap of determination. It’s only too easy to give up and walk away when you’re exercising alone, but seeing everyone else pushing themselves provides a real sense of accountability. The benefits have been proven again and again in scientific studies. One study of 1,000 women found that 64 per cent of those who run, attend the gym, or take exercise classes will push themselves harder in a group than if they went by themselves.
You’ll Put Together a Whole Body Fitness Regime
If you go to a well-run gym or b?oot camp,? you will notice that there are a range of different group classes on offer. This is so you can concentrate on improving your body in different ways on different days. Some days will see you working your cardiovascular system while others will build strength; another will work your legs and the next will attack your core. Commit to a few group workouts throughout the week, and you’ll be fighting fit in no time flat. At Prestige Boot Camp we believe variety is the key to everything.
You’ll Learn More and Get Safer
Group workouts normally take place under the instruction of an experienced fitness professional. We will take the time to educate you on how to perform each move, and help prevent you from injuring yourself. Even attending the gym or going for a run with a group will see you increasing your level of fitness knowledge as you exchange information and ideas with others..
You’ll Meet New People
Even setting aside the physical and mental advantages, working out in a group will help improve your life simply by letting you get to know more people. Social activities make you feel more positive, which can only be a good thing, and you’ll quickly find yourself making more friends with shared interests. Over time, what started as a friendly nod when you’re heading into the toughest section of the workout can easily turn into an ongoing friendship.
Group workouts are successful for a reason, so there’s no reason not to give one a try.