Led by personal trainer, this is one of the most intense classes that DBF has to offer! Burn up to 1200 calories per 60-minute class that combines kettle bells, plyometric workouts, body weight resistance training, high intensity dynamic cardio and abs workouts!
Looking to improve your fitness levels? Aerobic steps combine rhythmic aerobic exercise with stretching and strength training routines.
Absolution is a fight gravity kind of workout that challenges your functional movement in your core. From the word go, your body is to put to the test. It loads your lungs, testing your VO2 Max and it really pushes your lower body and glutes.
Aerobics combines rhythmic aerobic exercise with stretching and strength training routines with the goal of improving all elements of fitness. These group classes are led by a fitness professional performed to high intensity music.
This 60-minute group training class is led by a personal trainer that combines kettle bells, plyometric workouts, body weight resistance training, high intensity dynamic cardio and abs workouts. This group workout is set to high intensity music with a great group dynamic and yields up to 1200 calories burnt per class. This is easily one of the most intense classes that DBF has to offer.
This provides excellent support for your back, neck and joints. If you often suffer with neck pain, try this class and enjoy a strong abdominal workout.
A system of exercises using special apparatus, specifically designed to improve physical strength, flexibility, posture, and enhance your mental awareness.
A certified personal trainer has a varying degree of knowledge of general fitness and exercise. They motivate you by setting your own personal goals and providing feedback and accountability.
These classes focus on endurance, strength, intervals, high intensity (race days) and recovery. It involves using a special stationary exercise bicycle with a weighted flywheel in a classroom setting.
Katabox which is similar to aerobics, has its origins in the martial arts. So, someone has used their martial arts training or ability to devise an exercise routine, which can be instructed just like aerobics. People may use it for fitness rather than self-defence, while focusing on endurance, strength, intervals, high intensity (race days) and recovery.