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We have the new, total body surf class designed to burn fat, build lean muscle, and tone as well as train your core... It's called SurfSet Fitness. Instructor Nick Ialacci is here.

What equipment is used in SURFSET® workouts?

SURFSET® workouts use the SURFSET® Board, the world's first total-body surf trainer designed to mimic the movement of a surfboard on water.

How is the SURFSET® Board different than other balance trainers, like an IndoBoard or a Bosu ball?

The Board is built with an actual custom made surfboard, engineered to allow you to perform a wide array of traditional exercises with the added core benefit of working out on an unstable surface. Other balance trainers cannot truly mimic the workout of Surfing, as they are either too unstable, too small, or they do not provide the same shape and exact movement of a surfboard on water.

The Board allows you to build aerobic conditioning, burn fat, build lean muscle, power, agility, stability & tone in addition to core & balance training. Other balance trainers can only claim 1-2 of these benefits.

Can I use the SURFSET® Board if I have never surfed?

Yes! The Board is an awesome way to introduce your body to the movements of surfing. It may be a challenge for you to work on the most difficult setting, but you can start at a beginner level and work your way up as your balance, core strength & surfing muscle memory improve.

Can I use the SURFSET® Board if I am not very fit or have not worked out in a long time?

Yes! The Board is adjustable for all levels, even for someone with less than ideal balance and a lower fitness level. The reason we created SURFSET® is to inspire people who have been disillusioned and bored by other workouts. So even if its been years since you've stuck with an exercise program, the RSX will engage your body & mind to elevate your fitness.

What can a person expect from a SURFSET class?

A surf inspired, full body workout. The core is constantly engaged as well as all the stabilizing muscles around the joints.

How many calories does a person typically burn in a SURFSET class?

On average people burn between 450 -900 calories in a 45 minute SURFSET class

Are different types of classes offered?

Yes, SURFSET creates programming in house for their 4 signature classes; Burn, Build, Balance and Blend.

Where can a class be taken?

SURFSET Los Angeles offers mobile classes and events all over greater LA, as well as 220 Fitness in Santa Monica, the Montage Resort in Laguna Beach, Surf City Fit Club in Huntington Beach," and Wholly Fit in Sherman Oaks.

Can people do SURFSET at home?

Yes, people can buy a board right at surfsetfitness.com. Enter RSX as the discount code for $50 off.

SURFSET® at Back Bay Fitness
2675 Irvine Ave
Costa Mesa, California 92627
http://www.ocsurfsetfitness.com

220 Fit
3002 Main St
Santa Monica, California 90405
http://www.220fit.com

SurfBody Fitness
15th and Strand
Hermosa Beach, California 90254
http://www.surf-body.com
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