FULL BODY FITNESS WORKOUTS

A Competitive Edge Athletics Full Body Workout allows your body to burn calories throughout the day long after your workout is over, even when we are in a resting state. 
Utilizing compound movements (squats, deadlifts, cleans, presses, etc.) that activate a variety of muscle groups you will build strength and burn fat at a high rate. 
For best results perform a full-body fitness workout at least three times a week.
 

KICKBOXING CLASSES (Port washington only)

Our intense kickboxing classes at Competitive Edge Athletics are a dynamic cardio experience that combines boxing, kickboxing, core strengthening, toning and sculpting routines. 
Build muscle, strength, and confidence with our kickboxing workout, designed to burn 1,000 calories when performed at peak intensity.
 

INSANITY WORKOUT

Insanity Workout is a revolutionary cardio-based total body conditioning program. It pushes the participant to new training heights, resulting in more calories burned, faster results, and a more efficient metabolism. 
Insanity Workouts offer participants the opportunity to challenge themselves in a fun and structured group environment with heart-thumping, well-timed music. 
Competitive Edge Athletics considers the special needs of group exercise participants by providing a variety of modifications for all fitness levels.
 

KETTLEBELL CLASSES

Competitive Edge Athletics offers kettlebell classes in private, couples, and group environments and offer beginner, intermediate, and advanced clients regimens.
These high intensity, cardiovascular, full body workouts are a great way to strengthen and stretch every major muscle group and improve balance and core strength.
 

HIIT – HIGH-INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING

High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is a heart-healthy fitness technique that utilizes a revolutionary short-burst approach to exercise. 
When overseen by our Competitive Edge Athletics Trainers we have seen "twice the results in half the time" using the revolutionary HIIT approach that alternates between focused bursts of activity, fixed sections of less-intense activity and times of rest.