Methods: Cardio Kickboxing, TRX, Tabata
Alice is an AFAA certified group exercise instructor and personal trainer. Alice’s love and passion for fitness infects all areas of her expertise. She believes fitness should be challenging but fun. Her broad spectrum of certifications include BOSU, Barre, TRX, HIIT, Tabata, Dance, Spin, and Kickboxing. The latter earned her first place in a national competition two years in a row. Alice has represented Nordstrom, Speedo, Power Bar, Adidas and many others in the fitness arena, demonstrating the power of health and exercise. Not only does she fill her days with training and teaching, but many evenings she also takes to the ice and plays a mean game of hockey. Fitness saturates her family as well. Alice is a mother of four girls, of whom play roller derby. Alice volunteers her time coaching girls roller derby and teaching the derby girls off track conditioning as well as many varsity high school sports teams throughout greater Seattle. She understands the trials of weight loss and the frustration many encounter attempting to begin or even continue a regime, having gained 60 pounds with each pregnancy and yet, losing it as well. Alice is dedicated to her clients and offers support and encouragement every step of the way.
Alice Harrington instructs the following:
Want to release some stress? Lose some inches? Tone your arms, hips, waist and glutes? If you do, this is the class for you. This cardio kickboxing class combines dance, kickboxing and kung fu. Imagine J-Lo meets Jackie Chan. This class is similar to Tae Bo, yet provides a much groovier, higher impact fitness program. Learn various kicks, strikes and combinations while burning over 500 calories! *Shoes (that are dry) are highly recommended*
What is FiiTRX? Fun, Inclusive, Intense TRX. A challenging 50-minute full body workout incorporating TRX, weights, cardio, and sheer determination. Your body will love it!
HiiT class will be sweaty, challenging, exciting and FUN. This class will start with a dynamic warm up, followed by an ideal mix of strength and conditioning moves interspersed with cardio bursts (aerobic and anaerobic). Each burst will target different parts of the body, and because of the Tabata timing, it makes it easier to push yourself as hard as possible for 40 seconds.