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Sports conditioning exercise

The principles behind sports conditioning are to develop the body in order to make oneself more efficient at any sporting activity. An average sports conditioning class is a high intensity workout incorporating elements from multiple-sprint sport and athletics. Some sports conditioning classes will use equipment such as benches or free weights but the aim is always the same: to develop fitness, strength and body toning.

Naturally, with any exercise routine it's important to define what you want to get from the exercise. Sports conditioning can target specific fitness and strength aims, and help you quickly achieve your fitness goals. If you are new to the technique it's highly recommended that you find either a class or an instructor who can show you the basic moves.

The basic idea behind the classes is to develop all the components of fitness:

Cardio vascular fitness
Muscular strength

By performing a balanced regime of exercise regularly you find you will increase all these components, and a good instructor will help you identify the weak points in your routine. In a group setting the instructor will guide you through a set number of routines to develop a greater level of fitness. As in all fitness classes, there are beginner, intermediate and advanced levels available so you can choose the level of intensity you wish to train at.

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