Queenax Functional Training

View space saving technology of Queenax Training, Antigravity® Yoga, and TRX® Suspension Training, modular functional training framework concepts for health clubs and fitness facilities.

Group Training for Health Clubs

Queenax is a functional training modular system designed to convert unused space in your facility into a usable exercise area. The modular framework structure is an ideal solution for fitness professionals developing functional training paths for clients and members by designating special functional training equipment zones, storage, and exercise stations equipped to challenge participants and deliver a safer and more convenient full-body, HIIT, and group functional fitness program experience. Functional training for groups has been a challenge because the floor space necessary exceeded available space for training as dedicated exercise equipment space occupies most of the health club training areas. The Queenax framework simply utilizes the available space of existing floors, walls, and ceiling areas of unoccupied space in the health club. These spaces can become functional in the truest sense of the word — actually allowing your club to better service and retain happy members.

Simply click on or touch, scroll or swipe, based on the device you are using, to view the presentation of The Cross applications designed by Queenax, the world’s premier functional training, Anigravity® yoga, and TRX® Suspension training modular functional training systems provider. How are you leveraging your unused floor, ceiling, and wall space?

  • The Cross training Concepts by Queenax
  • Antigravity Yoga Suspension Training The One by Queenax.
  • The One plus workout station and equipment accessories storage by Queenax.
  • The One plus personal trainer station and equipment accessories storage.

Popular group exercise formats like TRX® and AntiGravity® Yoga classes can now be a part of a larger fitness concept for your club. Accessories and attachments, including resistance bands, TRX® suspension training straps, and a wide variety of bars, handles, and other forms of training equipment simply attach or detach with ease to the ceiling, walls, and floor of the modular framework. The Queenax functional training structure allows personal trainers and participants alike to include elements of total body conditioning and strength training exercises that naturally lead to progressively challenging workouts, beginning with dynamic mobility and stretching, yoga, Pilates, and core exercises that help participants learn to adopt free-flowing warm-ups, dynamic mobility and flexibility exercises shown to lower incidents of strain injury and improve overall joint, muscle, and connective tissue health and strength.

By multiplying the available space in your club you can literally increase member participation, personal training, group fitness, and membership revenue. How much space are you wasting in your health club? After watching the video above can you see how occupying that space will keep your members engaged, actively participating in more personal training sessions and group fitness classes? We think so.

Queenax The Trainer Partner Company

If you would like to learn more about how Queenax can help you build an exercise environment for Antigravity® Yoga, TRX® Suspension Training, or other group exercise fitness experiences for your health club, YMCA, JCC, or fitness facility please use the form provided to express your interest or any questions.

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    exercise equipment was last modified: October 12th, 2019 by Derek Curtice