If you are looking forward to do some interval training you must try out on trapezes. Trapfit has certainly become one of the crazy things to do and the craze has badly hit Los Angeles.
Working out on trapeze might not sound that great but it actually is a very good way of cardio workout. It helps you build not only strength but also improve your flexibility. You no more have to go to Hollywood or anywhere similar to try it. All over UK there are aerial fitness classes. They offer 60 different tasters and courses.
BandBazi a performing arts company in Brighton’s artistic director Philippa Vafadari teaches two adult aerial classes a week. You can now keep with while having fun and also have an artistic element attached to it too. A yoga-based warmup that is followed by a trapeze conditioning is what an aerial class is all about. No one likes to hang by the arms to build upper body strength or to do crunches by the legs. Everyone hates doing all of it.
While when on the trapeze even a beginner can go as high he or she wants if they have the confidence and feel ready. If you have done rock climbing, gymnastics, dance or yoga before it is helpful, however it is not essential. Philippa trains people of all ages and has her youngest customer to be a six year old and one of her top performers to be aged at mid-sixties. It can bring about a complete transformation. People not only lose weight but find grace and build strength according to the UK chartering yachts website.
Apart from the fitness factor and physical benefits people also take to trapeze for improving their well-being. It is a great social thing as well that is good fun and can break down barriers and bring spirits together. Philippa exclaims how the circus for outsiders has always been a place of refuge.