HARD KNOCKS GYM
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Welcome to THE Ultimate Fitness Center, HARD KNOCKS GYM. We have been transforming body, mind, and spirit for over a decade. Our workout facility is like no other. Our experienced trainers and our fitness training are only a few of the things that make Hard Knocks Gym so unique. Our spacious club, incomparable amenities, and comfortable atmosphere makes getting fit a truly inspiring adventure.
We offer a wide range of private and group classes, all professionally designed and led, that target your unique needs. You will not be lost in a crowd. Our class sizes are limited and offered frequently, enabling our professional trainers to spend the time necessary to maximize results. We offer private classes in weight-training, nutrition, and cardiovascular endurance. Our group classes include Boxing, Kickboxing, Kempo (Kajukenbo), Aerobic Kickboxing, Jujitsu & MMA and Wrestling. New classes are added all the time.
Hard Knocks Gym features a complete workout facility two floors. But we do not rely on equipment to make us the leader in fitness. We understand that knowledgeable courteous staff is essential to your, and our, success. Our trainers have all been educated and certified in their respective fields of expertise. We require a deep knowledge of physiology and fitness, as well as a friendly and understanding demeanor. Our trainers are not here to judge you; they are here to support you on your journey.
Strengthening Body and Mind for Over a Decade
Our patient, motivating staff will help you get the results you want!
Open Monday thru Friday from 2:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Saturday from 12:00 am to 5:00 pm
(602) 973-9192 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting
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2602 W. Townley Ave. Suite 2
Phoenix, Arizona 85021
If you are an athlete who takes part is sports that require speed, agility and vertical power such as basketball and volleyball, then a plyometric workout will enhance your game. Plyometrics are specifically designed to help increase your vertical leap and better your ability to explode into sudden bursts of speed.
Plyometrics leads to better body posture, improved balance and flexibility. Plyometric workouts come in many shapes and forms depending on the specific goals of the athlete. Having a regular plyometric workout is an important part of any strength and conditioning program. It is suggested that you do plyometrics only three or four days a week. Doing it every day could cause serious damage to your body. It is important to give yourself ample rest in between workouts to avoid injury.
Plyometrics have numerous benefits including stronger muscles and tendons and a better nervous system. Muscles are strengthened by the quick and rapid exercises. It trains your muscles to convert strength into speed. In plyometrics you place stress on your tendons as you workout. Over time, your tendons would become elastic and stronger. Stronger tendons mean fewer injuries. The rapid movements involved in plyometric workouts are also training your nervous system to react faster. Quick muscle contractions need rapid signals to your brain in order for you to perform. As you continue to train, you’ll notice your movements will become quicker.
If you’re new into plyometrics, start with something simple. Try the workout below.
As with any exercise, you must start by warming up your muscles through some stretching and jogging around for a few minutes. Using a jump rope for a few minutes is a good way to warm up as well.
Mini Plyometric Workout: