All About IGN+ITE – New Program Launching in June!

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All You Need to Know About IGN+ITE: New Program Launching in June!

By now, you have probably seen our posts and flyers about our new program IGN+ITE, starting in June… and maybe wondered, what is that? We’ve gotten a lot of questions about this program and how it relates to YOU that we wanted to address.

What is IGN+ITE?
IGN+ITE is a program a 8-week program with the primary focus being weight-loss, lifestyle change, and accountability. With this program we are trying to extend our reach to those who might not feel comfortable stepping into one of our general classes. We believe that we have the knowledge, resources, and passion to motivate not only the very fit, but also those who need to take the first step on their fitness journey; whether that be for the first time, or if they have fallen off the horse and need to get back on.

IGN+ITE will be offered Tuesdays and Thursday mornings at 5:30am starting in June. The program is 8 weeks long, meeting at the same time & with the same people each week. Consistency and accountability render success. We all know how powerful our community can be, especially those who frequent the same class times and work out with the same people every week. Couple that with interval workouts, some nutrition and wellness education and tracking, we believe we can deliver successful results.

What does a typical class look like?
The the first 15 minutes is what we call M+E “me” time, which stands for Mobility and Education. Bi-weekly during this time weigh-ins. Each session from 5:30-5:45 we will be rolling out, warming up on the treadmills/bikes/rowers and talking about nutrition.

The workout will start at 5:45am. The format will alternate between basic movements: squats, lunges,push-ups, DB presses, russain swings, ect. and a conditioning modality (bike, row, ski, run). Nothing is for time or reps. The purpose is to MOVE. If someone has bad knees or bad shoulders, there will always be substitutuons; no one will get left behind.

Why Weigh-ins?
Our goal is not to have people obsessing over their weight. The purpose of the weigh-in is to keep the group focused and to help with accountability. If you know your weigh-in is coming Tuesday you are less likely to crush 3 slices of pizza and a box of chocolates Sunday night. Weight Watchers and their “meetings” is a proven method, and the consistent weigh-ins is a similar strategy.

Can I do it?
Of course, all are welcome! Unlimited members can join in on classes with their membership. The only thing we ask is that you plan to be consistent with the program. Please email me directly [email protected] and I will add you to a list/change your membership for the 8 weeks if you want to do this program.

Will it be hard enough?
The great thing about intervals is they are as hard as you make them. If you need a kick in the butt with conditioning, then this will give you a push. If you are concerned about building skills & strength, this will have significantly less than our general classes and even our bootcamp program, so this is probably not the best choice for you.

Can I refer my friends? Is there a referral bonus?
We all know someone who could probably use this, right? It’s just a matter of getting them to take the leap. If you can get Janice from accounting to sign up, we will give you a $25.00 kickback towards membership or some new Swag.

Have someone who needs this but can’t afford it? Shoot us an email to stay in the loop about scholarship opportunities.

Warm Up
2 Rounds
:30 on/:10 off
With a medball
– Toe Taps
– Ground to Overhead
– Thruster toss
– V-ups
– Russian Twists

Quad Rolling

3- Position Snatch

Power Snatches (75,55)

Level 2 – 65,45
Level 1 – 55,35
ADV – 30/20 wall ball

Conditioning 4:45PM in Southie Orange
Partner Conditioning
2 Rounds

5 Minute AMRAP- Row for Cals
Switch with your partner every 15/12 Calories

Rest 1 Minute

5 Minute AMRAP- Bike for Cals
Switch with your partner every 12/10 Calories

Rest 1 Minute

5 Minute AMRAP
100m Sprint (200-400m tag your partner)

Rest 1 Minute