Bars and Beers

On Fridays we lift and then we celebrate with a beer (or 2)!

Every Friday night we all get together to lift weights and have some fun! We try and mix our Friday night workouts up with conditioning and weightlifting an then a few beers at the end!

As personal trainers, we are condemned to this way thinking that we are teetotallers however much of the time that is incorrect! We are human just like you and enjoy a beer every now and again!

We also use this time to assess any new members that are utilising our Free 14 Day trial. Instead of a 1on1 consultation, we can asses new comers together saving our time and your money!


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Energy Circuit

Energy Circuits are another awesome trademark Training for Warriors session designed to work your cardiovascular fitness and core strength!

Our energy circuits work on the different energy systems of the human body. We work for different times and rest for different times ensuring that all systems are trained and forced to adapt.

The exercises and formats are scalable so the very fit can train alongside the not so fit with everyone getting an equally great workout.

As per the TFW system, we work as a team, high fives are a must and getting comfortable being uncomfortable is the only pre requisite!


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Weight Training

Our weight training sessions are programmed by our coaches with the intention of improving the big lifts on a monthly basis.

We run various programs at the same time to accomodate different needs for clients.

We perform in-gym challenges on a monthly basis where we test two or three major lifts that we have been focusing on for the month. We aim to educate and teach you the best ways of getting stronger with the minimal effective dose. Safety and duty of care is an absolute must for us so we have a 2 week assessment process that everyone goes through in order to get you in the weights room.

We believe in progress at all times so following a structured, progressive program is critical to the results of our clients.


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Tabata Training

Tabata training is one of the most popular forms of High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT).

It consists of eight rounds of ultra-high-intensity exercises in a specific 20-seconds-on, 10-seconds-off interval. It may only take four minutes to complete a Tabata circuit, but those four minutes may well push your body to its absolute limit.

After one of our signature TFW warmups we take you through a maximum of 4 tabata rounds which will be sure to leave you sweating (and smiling!)


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Hurricanes are a TFW signature workout that are designed to get your burning fat and building muscle all at the same time.

So you want to look like an MMA warrior but don’t want to get punched in the face?  No problem. When you said look like one, I’m sure you meant the chiseled physique of today’s superfighter, not the broken teeth, scars and cauliflower ears!

The days of long slow distance to lose fat have been body slammed by recent science.  If you are beating yourself up with mindless low intensity aerobic work, it is time to choke out your old habits and get some real results.

Here’s the great news. There is a method of training called the Hurricane that will not only get you ripped with a muscular physique, but is also easy to perform, an exciting change from your regular routine and can take less time to produce more results!

If you want to lose body fat, build muscle, get mentally tougher and improve your cardiovascular capacity, then dare to enter the Eye of the Hurricane!


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Kettle Bells

While there are many great things about kettlebell training, one of the biggest benefits is that all of the exercises are essentially total body exercises. 

This means you get total body strengthening and conditioning with one single tool. Virtually every fitness goal you want could be accomplished with a kettle bell.

Here are our top 5 reasons why Kettle Bells should be in your arsenal:

  1. Kettle bell training teaches your body how to contend with a constantly changing center of gravity. By design, the kettlebell’s center of gravity lays 6- 8 inches outside of your grip; this replicates the forces that you’ll encounter in sport and activities in daily living. This feature of the kettlebell will help improve this aspect of sports performance.
  2. Kettle bell training improves your cardio – respiratory fitness. Since many kettlebell exercises take place with your arms in an overhead position the muscles responsible for assisting the breathing process are engaged in muscular activity, not allowing them to assist in the respiratory process. This forces the muscles most responsible for breathing to play an even larger role in cardio-vascular fitness.
  3. Kettle bell training amplifies your power output. This may be my favorite reason to train with kettlebells! Since classic kettlebell lifts such as the Snatch and the Clean & Jerk cannot be performed slowly, they develop a special quality known as power-endurance, or your ability to produce movements over an extended period of time. This differs from strength-endurance. Strength- endurance is your ability to produce force over an extended period of time. Power-endurance adds another time component; power-endurance is your ability to sustain fast muscular contractions over an extended period of time. While both strength-endurance and power-endurance are essential qualities to possess, power-endurance is usually what determines who the winner is in sport. Power-endurance training is also an excellent way to training for fat loss and conditioning.
  4. Great for Fatloss – Fat gets the ol’ one-two-three punch. First, there is the extremely high metabolic cost of throwing the weight around. Second, it’s a strength training workout creating dense muscle mass, which burns calories from fat stores all day long while increasing your resting metabolism. Finally, combine that with the fat burning effects of human growth hormone that is stimulated by these kinds of whole-body, complex movements. There is no better way to burn fat. This is why sprinters have ripped muscles and marathon runners have a skinny look.
  5. Skill learning is an important part of training. Performing complex movement under load is a great way of developing strength, fitness and a great physique. However, you must be able to co ordinate complex movements without getting injured. Kettle Bells can help you learn complex movement patterns gradually and safely which will enable a greater bang for your buck in the long run. You’ll also build great glutes, arms and core at the same time!