Energi Fitness Classes Tuesday Evenings 5:30pm

Train to be the best you can be! That’s the principle behind ENERGI, the total body outdoor fitness system designed to make personal fitness a priority.  Available at the DACC!

ENERGI combines functional fitness and body-weight training to deliver a synergistic workout that connects all five of the body’s major anatomical systems and exercises nearly all of its 206 bones and 600 muscles. For ages 13 and up. Includes 5 Stations with 120 different exercises and it can accommodate up to 14 users at once!

How does it work?

Rather than isolating the muscles to work them independently, ENERGI uses multi-joint, multi-plane muscle movements, an integrated approach that better prepares the body for the demands of real life.

Whether you’re a beginner or a fitness buff, ENERGI delivers a synergistic workout that exercises nearly all of your 206 bones and 600 muscles. Here’s how it does it:

  • Total Body Strength  Users apply their own body weight as resistance to build total body strength, flexibility, and balance.
  • Functional Fitness  All exercises emulate natural movement patterns – like squatting, bending, and pulling – for greater ease with real-life tasks, sports, and recreation.
  • Mind-Body Connection  Repetition of movement builds a mind-body connection that makes users quicker and more responsive in daily life.
  • Free Programming  Includes lesson plans for middle or high schools, and advanced athletic and boot camp programs

Proven Results

A five-week study tracked participants’ progress as they trained on ENERGI three days a week. The participants were instructed to add usage of ENERGI to their exercise regimen, otherwise changing as little as possible in their routines. The findings from this study suggest that ENERGI is effective in building strength, speed and flexibility in users. The average participant experienced a:

  • 5% increase in upper body strength
  • 34.7% increase in abdominal strength as measured in full sit-ups
  • 34.5% increase in leg strength
  • 6% increase in sprinting speed
  • 1 inch increase in flexibility as measured by a sit-and-reach test
  • 2.9 beats/minute decrease in resting heart rate, women’s falling further than men’s