What is Metafit?

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You have heard us talking about it. You have seen posts on Facebook. You may have even seen the YouTube videos.

But what is Metafit? 

Metafit is a 30 minute workout based on the principles of high intensity interval training. Designed by an ex-British Royal Marine Commando, he uses body-weight exercises to create a heart racing, metabolism boosting workout.  With track names like ‘Venom’, ‘Bad Boy’, ‘Shredder’ and ‘Chicken Loop’, you may be a little unsure what you will be getting into but I can assure you, it’s worth the hard work.   

Why should you love Metafit?

  • Metafit is as hard as you make it

Metafit never gets easier, you just work harder. All exercises are scaled to your fitness level and as your fitness improves, you are given a progression to the exercise. The idea is that you work as hard as you can at your fitness level to create that high intensity.

  • New track every month

On the 15th of every month, a new track is released. That means that every month I have a new workout to share. I look forward to seeing what they will come up with next and to see how hard everyone gets to work. By the end we decide whether we liked that one and put it on the list to repeat again soon or whether that one is avoided. I like to play requests from client favourites some weeks and other weeks I choose my favourites to push them when needed. 

  • Set to music but no dance skills required

The workout has a music track with prompts for each exercise designed to give you extra motivation. You don’t complete the exercises to the beat, you just work out as hard as possible in that interval. The moves are meant to be completed at full range of motion and do not require artistic flare.

  • Strengthening you to the Core

Each workout involves a range of core strengthening exercises. As you work with progressions, you start to notice soon after starting Metafit that you can hold your planks longer and notice the flow on effects to push ups, for example.  Once you can hold your plank, you add on ‘Hot Hands’, ‘Superman Planks’ and ‘Crab Walks’. All sound tricky but you get the hang in no time.  

My Top 3 Metafit Tracks:

  1. Behind Enemy Lines
  2. Spartan Matrix
  3. Green Lid

Mel’s Top 3 Metafit Tracks:

  1. Big Cheese Matrix
  2. Bad Boy
  3. Behind Enemy Lines

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