The workouts are very intense and I am not fond of the new treadmills. There is no easy or really even intermediate workout they are all extremely intense. I would love to know what an active recovery workout and stretch should actually be like.
Unless you have someone go with you your first few visits you are lost. It would also be helpful to know what equipment will be utilized on the weekly schedule. That way you can prepare. Bring gloves, diff shoes, etc. I wear diff shoes when running.
First of all, I don't have any business acquaintances to recommend the center to. (Rephrase the question.) If I am to recommend PZF to a friend I need to put many qualifiers on the recommendation as most retirees are not willing to do the type of exercise PZF promotes. On the plus side, the instructors have taken my age and condition into consideration and I do not feel that I have been injured performing any Peak Zone exercises.
Classes are organized and the trainers do a great job making sure everyone’s form and technique are correct. Brand new treadmills along with other significant upgrades. Definitely a good place for a workout.