MetaPWR (MetaPower) is a thirty minute circuit class that combines resistance and bodyweight exercises to target and develop strength, power, agility, and cardiovascular efficiency.
MetaPWR develops strength and power not from ‘traditional’ gym strength training, but by carefully selecting equipment that will offer both resistance and explosive/ballistic exercises. Combining this with plyometric and non-plyometric bodyweight exercises promotes muscle adaption and growth, heightens your metabolic rate, and helps burn body fat. The use of weighted equipment also helps with bone density.
Why Should You Do MetaPWR?
It Makes You Stronger
MetaPWR will make you stronger and more powerful (power = strength + speed). It will also raise your overall fitness level and stamina, increase your bone density, and increase your heart and lung capacity.
It Saves Time and Money
MetaPWR is ideal for a busy person who can make 30 minutes a day. In fact, doing a MetaPWR workout will have your body ‘working’ even after the session. How’s that for being efficient and effective!
It Tones and Shapes You
MetaPWR training allows you to develop lean muscle, and the more lean muscle you have, the more of a ‘fat burning machine’ you become. If you are looking to ‘bulk up’, then MetaPWR is not for you, but if you want to tone up and improve your body shape, then MetaPWR might be the thing you are looking for.
It Makes You Feel Amazing
When you’ve finished a MetaPWR session, you know you have really achieved something, and that is a great feeling. Adding a dose of speed to strength can make you feel like a superhero performing superhuman feats, plus all those ‘feel good hormones’ you just produced kick in a little later and you feel FANTASTIC!,
Combine it with HIIT
MetaPWR works hand-in-hand with Metafit (the bodyweight high intensity interval training (HIIT) program) because the added strength and power you develop will allow you to work harder at Metafit, which allows you to work harder at MetaPWR, which allows you to work harder at MetaPWR, (you get the picture). Imagine what that will do to the results you are trying to achieve!