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Weir Mill, Manchester Road, Mossley, Ashton-Under-Lyne, Tameside,Manchester, OL5 9QA, UK

Monday – Friday 6:30am – 20:00pm
Saturday – Sunday 10:00am – 19:00pm

Weir Mill, Manchester Road,
Mossley, Ashton-Under-Lyne, Tameside, OL5 9QA
UK

07851 140 218

This is no ordinary personal trainer training session. In fact it's not a personal trainer training session at all. At Area 5 Fitness in Tameside, Manchester, there is no time to waste. We are not your usual private gym. We are not a boxing centre. We’re not even personal trainers. But by using Muhammad Ali boxing techniques, Mayweather boxing style, speed pads, kettlebells and intensive whole body exercises, we are everything you need to get in the best shape of your life. Area 5 Fitness in Manchester is not a gym. It’s not a personal training thing, we're not here to make friends. Our way of training is definitely not easy and not for everyone. But it is the best way to get yourself feeling and looking ultimate fit without all the bullsh*t.

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Benefits of Training in the Cold

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 Don't be one them soft lads who stop training just because its cold.

As the nights creep in, levels of a feel-good chemical in your brain fall, leaving you staring down a winter of discontent. But research at Duke University in the US found that cardio work will not only up the serotonin in your skull, but that it is four times more effective at reducing symptoms of depression compared with antidepressants .

Cool running

Rocky knew that training in the cold leads to increased toughness, and now the Balboa Conjecture has been confirmed by science. US Army researchers recently gathered results of marathons from the past few years. They found that male winners were, on average, only 1.7% slower than the course record when the temperature was between 1-10C, and that times fell dramatically as the temperature got hotter. They concluded that the ideal marathon temperature is a less than 5C.

 

Speed freeze

You know how cold weather gets you gasping? That’s a good thing. Running in shiversome conditions trains your body to use oxygen more efficiently. Research from Northern Arizona University found that after regular cold workouts, you add 29% to your running speed.

The ice edge From Sweden, where they know a thing or two about exercising in the cold, comes the unfortunately named ‘fartlek’ workout. After a 10-minute warm-up jog, sprint for 30 seconds, followed by a 90-second recovery jog. Do this three times, then reduce your recovery jogs by 15 seconds each time until you are sprinting for 30 and jogging for 15. Jog for ten minutes to warm down. Running in temperatures that dip to near freezing is the perfect springboard to building higher fitness next year.

 
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