How is Manic Training different?
Is Manic for me?
Why the Free Trial?
What is Manic Training?
What type of experience can I expect to have at each Manic Training workout?
Each workout consists of a dedicated 10 minute warm up, a 5 minute setup and instruction, and then a full 45 minute workout.
Manic Training workouts will significantly boost your caloric afterburn which aids in muscle recovery and weight loss.
Are modifications available for those with an injury, or for those that need more or less of a challenge?
Is there a maximum or minimum age limit?
Children 10-12 are welcome to workout with a parent/guardian, and teens 13 and over are permitted in general workouts without supervision.
Does Manic Training use Heart Rate Monitors?
Can I use my own Heart Rate Monitor?
What does a class at Manic look like?
Why no mirrors?
What types of classes are offered?
Additional classes are offered (varies by location) but may include “Manic spin”, various core workouts, and yoga stretch/recovery sessions.
Do I have to sign a long term contract?
Should I eat before a workout?
What should I eat after a Manic Training workout?
**Consider consult a nutritionist to formulate a proper diet to meet your personal needs and goals.
Why is the Manic Training Community important?
When the day comes where you need some emotional support or other help in your life, it is the Manic Training community that will be at your side 100%. We look after our own, protect our own, and support our own through all of life’s trials and successes.
We have multiple veterans that workout at Manic Training, and each November we hold the Veterans Expeditions – Workout For Our Vets Fundraiser at a local park, often raising thousands of dollars for VeteransExpeditions.com
When a local police officer was killed in the line of duty, Manic Training and the surrounding community stepped up to host a donation based workout benefiting the local Fallen Officers Fund.
It’s the community, in these moments, that give true meaning to READY FOR LIFE!
Does the instructor yell at your during the class? I hate being yelled at!
Manic workouts are “non-competitive”, so what does that mean?
While the workouts are non-competitive, we certainly encourage you to jump in next to your friends and throw down a challenge along the lines of “let’s go, we have one minute left, lets burn it up!” to get the most out of each other.
What are some of the other changes that Manic participants notice outside of the gym?
On a day to day basis, many people notice a substantial increase in their core strength. Whether you are utilizing better posture at your work station, are able to carry your two kids at the same time, or are finding improvements in your other athletic endeavors, it is all in line with Manic Training’s “Ready For Life” mantra.