Saturday Morning Pre-Swim Cross Training

Be inspired to break barriers, get out of your comfort zone and sweat it out with Saturday morning pre-swim cross training, a new challenge and an unbeatable workout that will have you coming back for more.

Saturday morning pre-swim cross training will be outdoors at the Armadale Aquatic Centre, and I will help take your fitness to a whole new level.  You’ll build strength, endurance and gain fitness. Saturday morning pre-swim cross training is free and exclusive to all members, life members and potential new members of the Armadale Masters Swimming Club.  It’s suitable for members of all ages, size and fitness levels, it provides the perfect cross training addition to a normal training program and will give that extra level of motivation and support needed to get results faster.  Saturday morning pre-swim cross training will run every week from 7:30am to 8:30am while we are still at the Armadale pool except on Club Championship days. Our first day which is on the Saturday the 9th of March will start 15 minutes earlier (7:15am) for a quick brief on what we will be doing.

What can I expect?

You can expect a physically challenging workout that will improve aerobic conditioning, muscular endurance, strength, mobility and balance. I will be encouraging you to give it your all and pushing you outside of your comfort zone whilst still having fun.  Expect lots of running, squatting, pushing and lunging – There will of course be lower/easier options throughout the whole session for those who are not up to speed or are carrying any ailments.

Do I have to be fit to do it?

Not at all, Saturday morning pre-swim cross training caters for all fitness levels – whether you’re just getting into exercise on land, or you’re a seasoned tri-athlete looking for a new challenge.  If you’re unsure then please see your doctor first.

What do I need to bring?

Protective clothing if the weather calls for it as we will be training rain, hail or shine, 2 water bottles in addition to your normal swim drinking water, an extra  towel and any medication which you may need, such as an asthma inhaler or epipen.

Hope to see you all there.


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