I like the team of instructors.
Would love to see even more variety of amount of rounds and work between rounds ie: jogging around the room, variety of leg work.
Abs/core could have more variety. Maybe include work with weights from time to time.
Some instructors get very stuck in the same accessory work and would like to see some more creativity.
Would also love more class options weekdays.
1030 or 11am on a couple days.
Hitting the heavy bag is such a great workout and so cathartic. I've never done cardio before where I was completely exhausted but still wanted to push on for another round or two. Usually with cardio, it's a struggle to keep going the whole time. Not here. You take a quick break for some water and to catch your breath. Then you're ready to slam your fists into canvas all over again.
Each trainer brings something different to the class. There's constant variety in the core and warm-up exercises. Trainers typically provide alternate exercises for some of the tougher ones. That way you can challenge yourself no matter what your level of fitness. It's really interesting how they build up punch combinations with defenses thrown in, starting from the lowly jab until you're doing seven or eight moves in sequence. You feel like you're learning something of the craft, not just hitting a bag.
Besides the classes themselves, Title has a wide range of other facilities for you to work out on if you feel like you're not done yet. I like to lift some weights to finish off my workout. Plus that speed bag is very addictive once you get the rhythm down.
If I'm away for a few days, I'll start getting that itch again. Gotta get back to Title.
The structure and class schedule keeps me routine but the workout itself is individual. Whether I’m in the mood to crush the bag, or take half a class and then lift. The staff and trainers are super helpful and keep things interesting as well. I love it.