Fitness First is a world-class gym with one of the best and most complete facilities in Malaysia. Daily, hundreds of fitness buffs are pumping iron and working up a sweat at Fitness First. There are tons of options for workouts at Fitness First like the Body Pump classes, spinning classes, Zumba or even simply creating your own workout with the gym equipment. An overlooked exercise to tone one’s body is yoga. It’s often seen as pre-workout stretch or one that is geared towards mindfulness rather than fitness; however, yoga classes, especially the ones at Fitness First can lead to a toned body.
Here are 5 reasons to take the Tone Up You body yoga fitness classes at Fitness First Malaysia:
- IMPROVES FLEXIBILITY
Aerial flow yoga may seem intimidating. Being suspended on hanging cloth is not ideal; however, poses are easy and slow in order to build flexibility, improved mobility, and improved circulation by taking advantage of the suspension.
- BUILDS MUSCLE STRENGTH
The Advanced Yoga class is for those seeking an intense workout of muscle-building poses. The yoga poses one will be holding strengthens the arms, legs, and core using one’s body weight.
- PERFECTS POSTURE
Hatha Yoga is a gentle class for beginners. The primary goal of Hatha Yoga is to build postural awareness and strength, leaving one feeling longer, looser and more relaxed. This helps build great posture for your body and muscles to grow.
- INCREASES BLOOD FLOW
The Dynamic Flow Yoga class consists of a series of seamless energizing poses. Instead of holding long poses, this class moved through poses like a dance in order to build strength, muscles and increase blood flow throughout the body for muscle growth.
- UPS HEART RATE
Imagine sweating in a heated room while holding intense poses? The Hot Flow Yoga class ups one’s heart rate and leaves your body toned yet sweaty for a worthwhile workout.
While Fitness First offers a multitude of classes, check out one of the many yoga classes. Yoga is a great exercise to build muscles, tone the body and increase overall health. Match fitness goals with a yoga class and start with a first pose.