This month, the popular Russian fitness trend, HADU, will make its way to the Boston area as we offer the first formalized fitness class of its kind taught by professional HADU trainer Natasha Lukyanova.
Originating in Russia, HADU is a unique fitness routine that uses the body’s own mass and strength for a full body workout, without the use of weights or additional fitness equipment. In HADU, unlike in most conventional training and muscle building systems, opposite muscles are being trained at the same time, making it a highly effective technique for toning and strengthening all parts of the body. Whether practitioners are looking for better posture, more tone or an intense workout, the health benefits of HADU are endless. The classes will strengthen the musculoskeletal system, raise stability of the nervous system normalize exchange processes, and improve cardiovascular and respiratory systems.
Natasha Lukyanova is one of the first certified HADU instructors in the world. She discovered the practice over 10 years ago after her career as a professional volleyball player was cut short because of a devastating injury to her tailbone. Unable to practice traditional fitness techniques, Natasha later discovered the rehabilitative routines in HADU, and quickly recovered her physical and mental strength. Now the director of public relations for the international HADU Federation, Natasha is bringing the practice to Boston for the first-time.
Beginning Tuesday, September 18th, 2012, Natasha will teach HADU classes every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday morning from 9:30AM to 10:30AM and and on Saturday from 11:00AM to 12:00PM for $20 per person, per class, at the Boston Rock Gym. On Saturday, September 15th, at 11:00AM, Natasha will offer a free trial for students. Pre-registration for all classes is necessary and can be made by calling the Boston Rock Gym at (781) 935-7325.