Waiver & Release
Because physical exercise can be strenuous and subject to risk of injury, including serious injury or death, the Club urges you to obtain a physical examination from a doctor before using any exercise equipment or participating in any exercise activity. You (each member, guest, or participant) agree that if you engage in any physical exercise or activity, or use any club amenity on the premises or off premises including any sponsored club event, you do so entirely at your own risk. Likewise, dietary modifications can cause a variety of changes and can create problems, including as it relates to your energy, stamina, appetite, and mood. Any recommendation for changes in diet including the use of food supplements, weight reduction and/or body building enhancement products are entirely your responsibility and you should consult a physician prior to undergoing any dietary or food supplement changes. You agree that you are voluntarily participating in these activities and use of these facilities and assume all risk of injury, illness, or death. We are also not responsible for any loss, damage, or disappearance of your personal property.
This waiver and release of liability includes, without limitation, all injuries which may occur, as a result of: (a) your use of all amenities and equipment in the facility and your participation in any activity, class, program, personal training or instruction; (b) the sudden and unforeseen malfunctioning of any equipment; (c) our instruction, training, supervision, or dietary recommendations; (d) any on-line or virtual training; or (e) your slipping and/or falling while in the club, or on the club premises, including adjacent sidewalks and parking areas. This waiver also includes any claim associated with the presence of or transmission of any bacteria, viruses, or infectious diseases.
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BLOGS | PEAK ZONE FITNESS
“Diversity: the art of thinking independently together.” – Malcolm Forbes
"Do not try to do extraordinary things but do ordinary things with intensity. " - Emily Carr
Diversity & Intensity:
There are many ways to work out but only two critical factors to getting results: Diversity and intensity.
Studies have proven that you’ve got to mix up your exercises and push your body hard in order to achieve your goal/s, whether that’s feeling better, improving your health, dropping pounds, boosting brain power, or any combination of thereof.
This is why we at Peak Zone Fitness has a unique, different workout every single day, and why each and every one is, well, hard.
PZF workouts are carefully designed to challenge your muscles continually and to make you sweat because that’s what you need to progress.
Our trainers keep tabs on your heart rate so that you attain the intensity your body requires in order to change. We urge you to go faster.
Putting the “personal” in group personal training is key at Peak Zone Fitness.
We ensure you have a great experience when you’re here, and that you’re doing the moves correctly so you can get the most out of them., and we’ll give you modifications that are tailored to your specific needs, injuries, and abilities.
If we bump up your dumbbell or barbell weight, we do it so that your body will change in positive ways and you’ll get the results you want.
We keep in touch. We’ll give you a call if a week goes by and we haven’t seen you. Our mission is to help you keep your commitment to fitness.
And, should you need to telephone us during business hours, a real live human will answer your call.
High intensity interval training (HIIT) is one of the hottest trends in the fitness industry.
PZF is about offering the best and most effective HITT program in Dallas taught by the best trainers for the most significant, meaningful results.
Questions? Just ask. We are here to help you achieve your goals.
With that said, here are 5 examples of HIIT Workout and why Diversity is important in fitness! 👊
It is a two-part exercise that involves a push-up, followed by a leap in the air. Although burpees engage all the muscles in your body, it mainly targets the calves, chest, triceps, shoulder, biceps, glutes, and lats.
This one is another easy exercise with no requirement for training equipment. High knees help strengthen leg muscles while increasing your heartbeat, which further improves coordination and flexibility in the body.
Lunge jumps are an advanced variation of a normal walking lunge exercise. The exercise accounts for jumping high in the air and switching to your other foot ahead before landing. This exercise requires no equipment and burns a tremendous amount of calories. It also helps in boosting your heart rate.
Jumping jacks, also called side-straddle hop, is a full-body exercise that can be done almost anywhere owing to the fact that no training equipment is required.
Climbing mountains isn’t easy. But what if the mountains become plain ground? Well, that’s pretty much the mountain climbers exercise for you.
This exercise is well known for benefits like building cardio endurance and agility while focusing on the entire body.
Diversity in the workplace means having a workforce inclusive of different backgrounds and national origins. It means gender, socioeconomic, and cultural diversity — and beyond. It also means that the organization fosters a sense of belonging that makes everyone feel like they are part of the team.
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