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Fit 36 of Livingston

973-533-7888 | 6115 Town Center Way | Livingston, NJ 07039

fit36fitness.com/livingston | Adamselman@fit36fitness.com

Posted February 23, 2017 By

 

No traditional workout can provide elite-level results in 36 minutes or less. No traditional fitness plan can match the efficiency of the FIT36® workout. We do high-intensity interval training / HIIT and we do it like no one else. Once you HIIT at FIT36® Livingston, you won’t want to HIIT anywhere else.

We run our circuits for two weeks at a time. This quick muscle-memory plan allows your body to go from unable to able on these movements in a two-week span. Once you become great at these movements, we shake up the circuit and start over again.

This is modern training for the modern athlete. We use everything from kettle bells to TRX® and beyond, and we use it in intervals. We use movements you never thought existed. We use movements you use every day. Combined together, these movements can build strength and improve athleticism.

We have a certified personal trainer in each class to ensure proper technique and improve efficiency. Our movements are self-limiting, taking you to the max while prioritizing your safety. We don’t make you do what you can’t do. We can make you better at what you can do.

Heart rate monitors are available to keep you in the proper anaerobic zone throughout the workout. Your heart rate can be displayed on a screen during the workout to allow the trainer, and yourself, to monitor your progress and maximize your workout.

We’re looking for someone just like you to join our community in Livingston. Visit our studio to get started with the next level of fitness.

Contact Information
  1. Adam Selman
  2. 973-533-7888

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