NOW is the time to get started on a new fitness routine!
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The large screen TV will make your workout time enjoyable!We have everything you need.
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Hours of Operation
Sunday and Monday 7:00am – 5:00pm
Tuesday – Saturday 7:00am – 9:00pm
Please enter through the Golf Shop to access Fitness Room
Have you heard of the FITT principle? F.I.T.T. stands for frequency, intensity, time, and type of exercise. These are the four elements you need to think about when workouts. Check your goals and fitness level with the FITT principle. Learn how the F.I.T.T. principle works.
- For cardio: Depending on your goal, guidelines recommend moderate exercise five or more days a week.
- For strength training: The recommended frequency is two to three non-consecutive days a week.
Intensity-has to do with how hard you work during exercise. How you can change the intensity depends on the type of workout you’re doing.1
- For cardio: For cardio, you will usually monitor intensity by heart rate, perceived exertion, the talk test, a heart rate monitor or a combination of those measures. It’s a good idea to have a mixture of low, medium, and high-intensity cardio exercises so you stimulate different energy systems and avoid overtraining.
- For strength training: Your intensity is made up of the exercises you do, the amount of weight you lift, and the number of reps and sets you do.
Time- is how long you exercise during each session.
- For cardio: The exercise guidelines suggest 30 to 60 minutes of cardio but the duration of your workout depends on what you’re doing.1 Having a variety of workouts of different intensities and durations will give you a solid, balanced cardio program.
- For strength training: How long you lift weights depends on the type of workout you’re doing and your schedule.
Type-exercise you do is the last part of the F.I.T.T. principle and an easy one to manipulate to avoid overuse injuries or weight loss plateaus.
- For cardio exercise: Cardio is easy to change, since any activity that gets your heart rate up counts. Having more than one go-to cardio activity is the best way to keep your body guessing and reduce boredom.
- For strength training: Strength training also has a variety of types of workouts to offer. It includes an exercise where you’re using some type of resistance (bands, dumbbells, machines, etc.) to work your muscles.
Hope to see you at one of the TCC Fitness classes where you can learn more. For any question please contact your Fitness Coach Angie Duckworth at 614/554-9391.