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Our Commitment:

We are passionate and committed to changing lives by helping our clients to adopt and develop a healthier lifestyle. In order for this to be achieved, a regular fitness regimen needs to be included.  We offer a variety of functional training that you can put to use in your everyday life. 


We are dedicated to helping clients achieve their health and wellness goals by:

  • Providing quality training and nutrition programs

  • Developing fun, effective and efficient exercise programs that offer variety and meet client's individual needs

  • Providing accountability, support and motivation

  • Incorporating a holistic approach to health and fitness that includes cardiovascular fitness, muscular development, resistance, endurance, flexibility, training and proper nutrition.

 Types of Workouts:


We will design a workout program for each individual that can be changed to meet the specific needs for each day. The one-on-one training session creates an ideal  environment for every individual to achieve maximun results and reach his or her pre-determined fitness goal. 


A healthy employee is a happy employee, and one that comes to work. While a unhealthy employee may be at a doctors visit or at home sick. Poor dietary habits and lack of exercise leads to a sick body, one that is susceptible to various types of health issues.  If your day is consumed with "life events" and working out has been put on the back burner, then we suggest packing your lunch and a few healthy snacks, and allow us to come and share some of the lunch hour with you. You and a few of your dedicated employees, or colleagues can engage in a short but intense workout. This may be just what the doctor ordered.


Suspension training is a superb form of functional training which maximizes strength development, stability, and endurance, and over time will tone and define the body. Combined with cardiovascular exercise and dedicated strength training program it offers a well-rounded complimentary routine. As we exercise and use our large muscle groups to perform intense workout routines, our limbs gain strength, tone, and sometimes mass, depending on our approach. As an added benefit, our core muscles also develop, and while this happens we build endurance, and stability. These muscles, and this kind of workout, can also cultivate the nerve impulses and reflexes that contribute to balance and coordination.


Cardio kickboxing is a combination of aerobics, boxing, and martial arts. It is one of the most popular fitness trends to hit gymnasiums in recent years. These workouts, which are inspired by martial arts, have motivated many people to start a fitness program. This intense, total-body workout can improve strength, aerobic fitness, flexibility, coordination, and balance. Kickboxing classes can be a great alternative for people who have become bored with the traditional  cardiovascular activities, such as brisk walking or jogging. They also provide an additional option for people who enjoy the dance element found in cardio- dance classes.



Kettlebells provide the ultimate in ‘functional training’. The basic kettlebell drills center around fundamental human movements such as squatting, lunging, bending, lifting, pushing, pulling and twisting. Kettlebells provide a high-intensity training mode that is more effective for fat loss than long, slow steady-state training such as jogging and cycling. This makes kettlebell training ideal for people who get bored with these slow, repetitive training methods and want something more time-efficient.  The main drills used in kettlebell training are all designed with an element of flexibility in mind. Perhaps the biggest benefit of kettlebell training is how quickly you can get an effective workout. You can quite easily train every single muscle in your body in short periods of time while simultaneously improving your strength, endurance and flexibility. Many other types of training are very one-dimensional and neglect mobility and flexibility.

              Core Strength and Conditioning


Here at CutAbuv we have a program that has been developed to offer a full-body workout. Combining elements of cardio, weight lifting, core training, etc. is effective and prepares the body for the unexpected. This high-intensity workout is extremely varied and designed to get the most out of a 45-60 minute workout session. The sole purpose of these workouts is to develop core strength and general conditioning. This program is designed to elicit a broad response in muscle adaptation. Our program is a semi- specialized fitness program and a deliberate attempt to optimize physical competence in each of ten recognized fitness domains. They are as follows:


            Cardiovascular and Respiratory Endurance                          Speed

            Stamina                                                                             Coordination

            Strength                                                                            Agility

            Flexibility                                                                           Balance

            Power                                                                                Accuracy



High intensity interval training (HIIT) is a type of cardio training in which short intervals are alternated with periods of very high intensity intervals, and includes longer, slower intervals to recover. This type of training has been used by athletes to improve performance, but it's also been shown to benefit the average exerciser because it increases calorie burn, thus increasing fat loss.


What are the benefits of HIIT?

HIIT training has been shown to improve:

• aerobic and anaerobic fitness                                                     blood pressure

• maintaining muscle mass.                                                          cardiovascular health 

• insulin sensitivity                                                                       cholesterol

• glucose transfer to energy)                                                        abdominal fat and body weight



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