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Strength Training

Farrell's low-impact strength training classes will help you rebalance your body composition. You’ll build strong, lean muscles—working your whole body throughout the week. Our strength training classes switch between upper and lower body days to provide adequate time for muscle groups to recover and build.

You don’t need complicated weight machines to get good results. Resistance bands are the main equipment used at Farrell's and give the same benefits of weights, but with less impact. Bands are highly effective for working muscles, and they make it easy to change resistance for all fitness levels. We provide bands in a range of resistances, so you can tailor the intensity of your workout by giving the bands more or less resistance.

You’ll also use medicine balls for our ab workouts on lower body day and even during interval recovery periods during fitness kickboxing.

Farrell's strength training instructors lead you through paced workouts that wear out the muscles using a blend of compound and isolated exercises. To keep your muscles guessing and to melt away those inches and make muscle, instructors equalize classes by varying combinations of repetition and resistance.

Need adjustments? No problem! Our instructors can modify any exercise to fit your needs.

Strength training during Farrell's 10-Week Challenge 

Benefits of Strength Training

Strength training is vital for reaching your goals. When you lose body fat and make lean muscle, your clothes fit better. Your metabolism improves and you burn more calories, even at rest. The physical tasks of everyday life get easier. But did you also know that strength training can help build up your bones? Or improve your cognitive abilities or chronic conditions? Strength training can even increase your balance and flexibility?

You get the picture – it’s important.

Try Farrell's Strength Training for Free
You can try our strength training classes for free. Enroll in a free week with Farrell's Waterloo and start your transformation now.