Why?

I got in to training while preparing for an aerobic burnout competition. I went on the win the category but what stayed with me was how great I felt leading up to and after the event. I was hooked! I saw how my body was able to step up to the task and how it assisted in my dance training.

I've had ups and downs but when I am training I am usually my happiest. I am driven, focused and confident in my abilities. This confidence, drive and focus on wellness is what I bring to my clients and those around me.

how CandaNCEFIT can help me ?

In a number of ways:

  • An individual workout plan: to suit your needs and goals including:
    educational introduction to exercise and fitness, corrective exercise strategies, enhancement of strength and stamina, post-rehabilitation maintenance, weight loss goals, focus on flexibility and range of motion.

  • Training under a structured environment:  your personal trainer will provide you with the necessary consistency and accountability to help you to achieve your fitness goals.

  • Your personal cheerleader:  there to make sure you give it your all and stick to your fitness plan.

  • Avoid training and weight loss plateaus: your PT will constantly challenge you, coaxing your body into always giving its maximum.

  • Gain knowledge about your body: deepen your physical awareness and learn how to safely approach your workout to get the best results.

What services do we offer?
 

RESISTANCE TRAINING/ TOTAL BODY CONDITIONING SESSIONS

Free weights, TRX® equipment and kettlebells, incorporated with cardio drills and core conditioning. These sessions promote muscular endurance, increased stamina, weight loss and muscle definition, functional awareness and motor control.

SOCA DANCE PRIVATE SESSIONS

Work privately on your soca dance skills, breaking down the signature movements needed to shine for Carnival and feteing. Improve your 'wine' (isolation of the pelvis), and build the stamina, coordination and rhythm needed to dance to Soca like a pro!

CARDIO DANCE SESSIONS

Dynamic Soca and African Diasporic dance movements to increase stamina, boost energy, enhance core control and promote weight loss. 

DANCE TECHNIQUE SESSIONS 

These sessions promote flexibility, balance, coordination and spatial awareness in addition to enhancing motor skills and refining movement patterns using Modern and Contemporary Dance as the base. Suitable for non-dancers to professionals seeking to hone certain skills to meet the specific physical demands of modern/contemporary dance.

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About our Training Modalities: 

TRX®RIP TRAINER

Rip Training (part of the TRX® system) utilizes a lever bar and resistance cord to deliver a unique mix of rotation, core stability, control, power, strength, mobility, metabolic conditioning, balance and coordination challenges through leverage-variable resistance exercise movements. Rip Training provides a simple, effective method to integrate rotational movements into training with the ability to layer on complexity to meet your goals.  See more at: http://www.trxtraining.com/rip-training#sthash.PzjyUnuL.dpuf

Rip Training (part of the TRX® system) utilizes a lever bar and resistance cord to deliver a unique mix of rotation, core stability, control, power, strength, mobility, metabolic conditioning, balance and coordination challenges through leverage-variable resistance exercise movements. Rip Training provides a simple, effective method to integrate rotational movements into training with the ability to layer on complexity to meet your goals. 

See more at: http://www.trxtraining.com/rip-training#sthash.PzjyUnuL.dpuf

TRX®SUSPENSION TRAINER

Suspension Training (bodyweight exercise) develops strength, balance, flexibility and core stability simultaneously. The TRX® Suspension Trainer is a highly portable training tool that leverages gravity and the user’s body weight to complete hundreds of exercises. By simply adjusting your body position, you control the intensity of your workout, making TRX® ideal for all fitness levels from professional athletes to seniors.   See more at: http://www.trxtraining.com/suspension-training#sthash.245513EW.dpuf

Suspension Training (bodyweight exercise) develops strength, balance, flexibility and core stability simultaneously. The TRX® Suspension Trainer is a highly portable training tool that leverages gravity and the user’s body weight to complete hundreds of exercises. By simply adjusting your body position, you control the intensity of your workout, making TRX® ideal for all fitness levels from professional athletes to seniors.
 

See more at: http://www.trxtraining.com/suspension-training#sthash.245513EW.dpuf

Kettlebell Training

What is Kettlebell Training? Kettlebells are cast iron weights, ranging from 5 lbs to over 100 lbs, shaped like a ball with a handle for easy gripping. The kettlebell originated in Russia and was popular in the U.S. decades ago, but has hit a resurgence in the last few years with a flurry of classes, videos and books. The reason? Kettlebells offer a different kind of training using dynamic moves targeting almost every aspect of fitness – endurance, strength, balance, agility and cardio endurance. People love it because it's challenging, efficient and you only need one piece of equipment. The idea is to hold the kettlebell in one or both hands and go through a variety of swings (e.g., the one-arm swing), presses (e.g., clean, push and press) or pulling motions (e.g., the high pull). Some movements have you changing the weight from hand to hand as the weight swings up or as you move laterally, requiring you to stabilize the body and engage the core in a whole new way. Other moves require power from the legs and hips to move the weight, giving you integrated whole body movements that are often missing with other types of training. See more at: http://exercise.about.com/od/exerciseworkouts/a/kettlebelltraining.htm

What is Kettlebell Training? Kettlebells are cast iron weights, ranging from 5 lbs to over 100 lbs, shaped like a ball with a handle for easy gripping. The kettlebell originated in Russia and was popular in the U.S. decades ago, but has hit a resurgence in the last few years with a flurry of classes, videos and books. The reason? Kettlebells offer a different kind of training using dynamic moves targeting almost every aspect of fitness – endurance, strength, balance, agility and cardio endurance. People love it because it's challenging, efficient and you only need one piece of equipment.

The idea is to hold the kettlebell in one or both hands and go through a variety of swings (e.g., the one-arm swing), presses (e.g., clean, push and press) or pulling motions (e.g., the high pull). Some movements have you changing the weight from hand to hand as the weight swings up or as you move laterally, requiring you to stabilize the body and engage the core in a whole new way. Other moves require power from the legs and hips to move the weight, giving you integrated whole body movements that are often missing with other types of training.

See more at: http://exercise.about.com/od/exerciseworkouts/a/kettlebelltraining.htm