Metabolic Resistance Training (MRT) is the combination of resistance training and conditioning exercises in a circuit-type fashion. This class burns calories like no other with the prescription of old school training modalities like strongman training, barbell complexes and force-velocity circuits – simply put, MRT is EPIC!
We implement barbell work, alongside Dumbbells, Kettlebells and conditioning equipment. By introducing barbell based exercises into a class format allows us to use a wider variety of exercises that can tax and challenge the body to limits not previously achieved in a conditioning session.
This class includes genres like strongman, force-velocity circuits, strength circuits to high repping lower weight type barbell complexes.
- What are the benefits? You will achieve a huge metabolic response to this type of training.
- Who can participate? This class is an advanced class and not for the newcomer and not one to try unless they have had previous experience in compound and complex lifts.
- What kind of things will I be doing? This class includes genres like strongman, force-velocity circuits, strength circuits to high repping lower weight type barbell complexes.
The key here is how the program/class is designed. By adding barbells alongside our traditional class equipment introduces a greater risk to the client hence the sequencing exercises is of utmost importance. The coach will ALWAYS plan the session that challenges the participants without being reckless. Exercise prescription and periodisation is still thought of as first priority before how hard the workout can be, which separates this type of class to the relevant competition like CrossFit, f45 and strongman etc.
So, before anyone throws a little cheek at us saying isn’t this CrossFit? Well NO, because it has exercise prescription and safety at the forefront of the design instead of how hard can I make it without the thought of exercise prescription or safety on the mind.
Everyone who participates in this class has to be given the ok by a coach at Hammer before participating. Think of it like a combination of crossfit/f45 and strongman but without the cult, injuries and beards.