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Welcome To High Fitness

High Fitness Club is associated with the high level fitness, equipment and fitness instructors, personal trainers and management staff. We've worked hard to grow a culture geared towards the high level of results and service for our members, and to help them become fitter, stronger and happier.


Strength And Conditioning

Strength and Conditioning is about more than lifting weights – it encompasses the entire development of the athlete and what is needed to improve physical performance.

Sports Conditioning

Is a athletic training aimed at greater strength, power, speed, agility, coordination and balance. You will learn general exercise principles, nutrition, and sport-specific science, along with practical advanced training.

Functional Training

Functional training attempts to adapt or develop exercises which allow individuals to perform the activities of daily life more easily and without injuries.

Personal Training

A personal trainer is a fitness professional involved in exercise prescription and instruction. They motivate clients by setting goals. Trainers also measure their client's strengths and weaknesses with fitness assessments.

Functional Small Group Training

Functional small group fitness training is for all levels and will target on improving core strength and balance, weight loss and muscle tone, and improving sports performance to all real life activities and sports.

Functional Devil Circuit

Funtional Devil Circuit is a unique custom build combination of physical and mental fitness.


The exercises as well are quite different from those of a bodybuilders exercises. The rep ranges also make for a big difference; powerlifters utilize lower rep ranges to get enough strength as possible.

Kick Boxing

Kickboxing is an easy way to lose weight, burn calories and get stronger. Knock out boredom and blast fat all over with these muscle-sculpting kickboxing exercise moves.

Martial Arts

Martial arts practiced for a number of reasons: as self-defense, military and law enforcement applications, mental and spiritual development; as well as entertainment and the preservation of a nation's intangible cultural heritage.

Special Population Training

A special population refers to particular groups of people with special fitness and exercise needs and typically requires a greater level of supervision.Includes those with diseases like heart disease, diabetes.

General Training

A regular moderate workout regimen and healthy diet can improve general appearance markers of good health such as muscle tone, healthy skin, hair and nails, while preventing age or lifestyle-related reductions in health and the series of heart and organ failures that accompany inactivity and poor diet.

Specialised Training Tools YOU GOTTA LEARN FROM THE BEST

RIP Training

Rip Training provides a unique mix of rotation, core stability, control, power, strength, mobility, metabolic conditioning, balance and coordination challenges. Burn fat, build core strength, and develop rotational power, anywhere.

Performing the following TRX Rip Trainer HIIT circuit will "hit" every muscle in your body while targeting critical aspects of performance, including strength, balance, power, endurance and mental focus. Although intensity is important during HIIT training, attempt to progress to faster and more powerful movements, and never sacrifice control for intensity. The rip trainer gives you everything you need to reach your peak.

This exercise will load your core by activating your abdominals, hips, low back and scapular muscles. Developing these muscles will improve your posture, balance and power transfer and reduce the risk of back injury. In addition, performing this exercise at a high speed offers a tremendous metabolic challenge that will improve your overall endurance and increase fat burn.

TRX Training

TRX is a personalized training system that goes where you go. Set it up at home or take it with you—on a hike, on a trip, on the go. TRX delivers hundreds of exercises that use your bodyweight to build a strong, defined, and toned physique.

How does it work? TRX uses your bodyweight as the key to unlock hundreds of exercises that define muscles and build strength. Make it harder, or easier, in a single step. Check out our fitness expert training on TRX. You’re an athlete down to your core. TRX is your personalized training system to build strength, power and endurance to get just the body you want. Find the TRX system that will help you use the body you have to create the body you want.

Work your upper body with moves designed to tone and define. Build your legs and glutes with tailored lower body exercises. Strengthen your core with every move. No matter your fitness goals, TRX uses the body you have to create the body you want.

Vipr Training

ViPR bridges the gap between movement and strength training. It combines full-body movement with load, enhancing the vitality, performance and reconditioning goals of clients and athletes. ViPR introduces a new concept in fitness and sports conditioning – Loaded Movement Training.

Loaded Movement Training combines task-oriented movement patterning with resistance training. Agility and strength come from moving the body in a multitude of purposeful tasks with load, just like back on the farm.

ViPR was inspired by farm kids who moved with load in daily life and who were stronger than any other competitors in sport. With ViPR, we can produce farm-strengthened bodies anywhere, without ever setting foot on a farm, without doing a single chore, in a fun, safe and effective way.

As ViPR creator Michol Dalcourt explains, the science of movement supports integrating Loaded Movement Training using ViPR into current training protocols for all fitness goals.


This may be my favorite reason to train with kettlebells! Since classic kettlebell lifts such as the Snatch and the Clean & Jerk cannot be performed slowly, they develop a special quality known as power-endurance, or your ability to produce movements over an extended period of time. This differs from strength-endurance.

Battle Ropes

“Battle ropes offer full body strength training as well as cardio,” says Danielle Hopkins, a master trainer at Printing House Equinox in New York City and the creator of the gym’s popular Ropes & Rowers program. “They’re especially great for targeting your core and upper body, since those are your primary movers in battle rope training.”

Battle ropes are valuable for guys looking to build muscle (or simply change up their routines) without turning to ultra-heavy weights. Because ropes create forces and tension from angles that are harder to achieve with basic weight training, they confuse and surprise your muscles into making new gains.

Start by integrating a set of rope work to the end of your workout, Hopkins says. She suggests doing a basic alternating wave over 30-second on/off intervals. Start with 3 or 4 intervals and then work up to 6 (or reduce the rest) once you’re comfortable. Once you’ve mastered the alternating waves, work both arms in tandem (the double wave) to ratchet up the intensity.

Challenging Bag

"It really doesn't matter—weight is just weight." I've heard this sentiment expressed in many different ways by everyone from anonymous Internet posters to some of the most highly regarded strength coaches in the industry. As the thinking goes, dumbbells, barbells, kettlebells, bodyweight, and sandbags, like the Ultimate Sandbag, are more or less the same thing. Sure, some are slightly better suited to certain movements, but ultimately, it doesn't really matter which one you select. If you are serious about gaining muscle or building strength, you just need to lift the biggest weight possible.

The sandbag is awkward to lift, requiring that you fight hard to perform exercises with it, just like working with a "real-life" object or person.Sandbags require great levels of grip strength to lift. You'll find that you naturally grip them in positions like the bear hug, Zercher, or shoulder.


In a world of high tech fitness tools, slam balls might seem downright prehistoric. These tough rubber balls filled with sand are basically just a small step above hoisting a rock in the woods, right? Turns out, low tech can still be highly effective. Picking up a slam ball can utilize the same muscles as more complex weightlifting moves, like the clean (hips, back, posterior chain). Plus, the fact that it’s a relatively unstable object forces you to adjust on the fly, especially as you rest the ball on one shoulder or another. Also, since it doesn’t do damage when it hits the floor (seriously, it’s almost impossible to break and won’t scuff up a floor), it’s the only piece of gym equipment that you can actively hurl at the ground (working your core, lats and arms) without getting kicked out of your gym.

So snag a ball and roll straight to the gym floor. This slam ball workout takes full advantage of that sand-filled sphere, adding resistance and unstable platform to familiar movements, as well as adding some explosive movement to keep things spicy.

Plyo Soft Box

Plyometric training is a great way to develop explosive power and increase your vertical jump. Plyo box exercises are especially important in the training for specific sports, such as basketball and athletics. However, the reason we love the plyo box is that it has applications far beyond just plyometrics. It's such a versatile tool to have in the gym so we've tried to include a variety of movements in our top five, some are easy, others are much more challenging.

  1. Box Jumps
  2. Burpee Box Jumps
  3. Decline Press Ups
  4. Reverse Lunges
  5. Weighted Step Ups

Bosu Ball

Bosu ball workout routines have distinct advantages over stability ball exercises, with the most important advantage being that they won’t roll out from under the exerciser. Both sides can be used in a Bosu ball exercise; the name is an acronym for “Both Sides Utilized.”

Bosu ball workout #1 is for the upper body and core, giving the abs, obliques, chest, shoulders and groin a workout. Super-sets of crunches and air-bikes are followed by straight sets of planks and side planks. Super-sets of push-ups, burpees and mountain climbers finish up the workout.

Bosu ball workout #2 focuses on the legs and core. Straight sets of crunches, air bikes, single leg bridges, forward lunges, side lunges and squats provide a challenge to the abbs, glutes and quads. Please note that reps for all exercises performed one side at a time, are for each side. For example, in Bosu ball workout #2, perform eight side lunges on the left leg, and eight on the right.

Bosu ball workout #3 is for the upper body and core, hitting the muscles of the abs, chest, groin and shoulders. Bosu ball workout #3 consists of exercises familiar from the previous workouts, along with feet elevated Bosu ball push ups. Enjoy your choice of cardio three days a week, and be certain to take one day of rest per week.

Wall Balls

The wall ball is a great full body exercise that combines the front squat and push press and is suitable for all fitness levels.


  1. Grab a weighted ball and step up to a wall. Hold the ball straight out from your chest and walk towards the wall until the ball hits. That’s your position.
  2. Bring the ball into your chest. Place hands on each side of the ball towards the bottom. That’s right, don’t hold the ball around the equator.
  3. Now time to squat. Keep the shoulders back, chest high and feet shoulder width. Push the hips and hamstrings back as you lower to a full squat. Once there, drive through your heels and explode up.
  4. Once you’re up, push (thrust) the ball up the wall. Catch the ball, absorbing the shock, with hands bringing it directly back to the chest. Immediately squat down and repeat

Medicine Ball

Medicine ball training has been around since the ancient Greeks discovered health benefits from exercising with weighted balls. It is one of the oldest forms of strength and conditioning used to improve health, explosive power, and speed. Medicine balls are versatile, portable and a fad that lasted the test of time. Several styles and sizes exist – some are made of rubber or leather, some absorb load, and others bounce really high.

Exercises can WE do with a medicine ball?

  1. Rock and Roll Up.
  2. Lunge With Overhead Press.
  3. Lunge With Twist.
  4. Squat Press and Throw.
  5. Reverse Swing.
  6. Single-Leg Squat.
  7. Reaching Romanian Deadlift.
  8. Single-Leg Hip Bridge.

Speed Ball

The speed ball is one of the key tools used by boxers to prepare for a fight. The speed ball--also known as the speed bag--hangs on a swivel hook at a height slightly above eye level. A boxer uses the speed ball to improve hand-eye coordination, punching accuracy, quickness and confidence. It is a staple exercise for all boxers.

The speed ball--also known as the speed bag--hangs on a swivel hook at a height slightly above eye level. A boxer uses the speed ball to improve hand-eye coordination, punching accuracy, quickness and confidence. It is a staple exercise for all boxers.

Bulgarian Ball

The Bulgarian Split Squat adds balance to an ordinary Split Squat by elevating the leg. Instead of resting your leg on a flat bench, rest it on a stability ball to create even more unstable footing, requiring more balance and muscle stabilization.

How to Perform:

  1. Place a stability ball on the floor behind you.
  2. Lift one leg off the ground and place your distal foot on top of the stability ball.
  3. Balancing on your other foot flat on the ground with your knee and toe straight.
  4. Squat down in a slow and controlled motion until your knee almost touches the ground.
  5. Make sure your legs are far enough apart so that your knee does not go past your toes when you squat and so that you retain good posture.
  6. To increase difficulty, hold dumbbells or an EZ Bar while performing the exercise.
  7. Sets/Reps: 3x10 each leg

Tyre and hammer

The sledgehammer has been a conditioning tool amongst fighters since the inception of combat sports. It is certainly not a new tool in the arsenal of combat athletes. It is however an inexpensive and excellent conditioning device. Unfortunately, the reemergence of sledgehammer training in the modern era has caused some confusion regarding this simple, yet effective training tool.

For starters, swinging a sledgehammer offers numerous benefits. A condensed list includes:

  1. Improve work capacity
  2. Develop core strength
  3. Enhance grip and forearm strength

Indian Club

Indian clubs or meels are a type of exercise equipment used for developing strength. They comprise bowling-pin shaped wooden clubs of varying sizes and weights, which are swung in certain patterns as part of an exercise program. They can range from a few pounds each, up to special clubs that can weigh as much as 50 pounds.

They were used in carefully choreographed routines where the clubs were swung in unison by a group of exercisers, led by an instructor in the front, similar to modern aerobics classes. The routines varied according to the group's ability and the weight of the clubs used.

Monkey Bars

If you are looking to make your workouts more fun, you may have to add in some Monkey Bar Exercises. Monkey Bar moves are a great way to strengthen your upper body and core.
Monkey Bar Exercises :-

  1. Pull Ups:
  2. Playground Monkey Bars:
  3. Soccer Goal Swings
  4. Hang Board Exercises


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