Hennie Kotze

Fitness Programs


Fitness Programs For Lunch Time

Hennie Kotze has years of experience as bodybuilder trainer and has developed a whole range of fitness programs targeting female and male athletes who want to reach specific goals. As such, you will benefit from the body assessments offered by Hennie. Such assessments will provide essential information upon which you can build your fitness programs. You cannot work towards a goal if you are not sure from which point you start.

Although fitness programs should focus on the whole body, you may not always have the time for a complete routine workout. You may be at a conference or at work and only have a few minutes during lunch hour to spare. Don’t waste the time at a restaurant. Keep fit by doing a ten minute workout routine. The secret to such a short workout as part of your fitness program is to get intense. There is no time to waste so get to Hennie and have him develop fitness programs which are long and thorough and short and intense to fit your lifestyle.

You will need to focus on the intensity of every rep and also the for every time period. Don’t mistake a quick training session as part of a fitness program to be a light one. Since you will not be able to do many reps per body part, you must increase the intensity and select the movements carefully. Little to no rests per sets is key here. You will still do warm-ups as part of the fitness programs, and will work from basic to heavy lifting in a short period. Core movements such as bench presses and squats must form part of such short and intense fitness programs. Every training session must be harder and more intense than the previous one to keep the challenge up and actually get results.

Contact Hennie today for a body assessment and custom fitness programs to get your body in tip-top shape.


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