Train till you puke…
…if you are serious about your training
In Australia Caveman training represents the suite of programs; Caveman Circuit Training, Caveman Personal Training, Cavewoman Circuit Training and Cavewoman Personal Training.
Our Caveman Training and Cavewoman Training programs are pure metabolic conditioning. The programs that we design are either full body workouts combined with explosive moves or workouts where we purely focus on overloading certain body parts. Our workouts incorporate both anaerobic and aerobic movements taking you right back (old school methods).We are nothing like any other generic fitness program out there and have been known to do the most craziest/quirkiest things in our programs to keep people guessing and never knowing what's coming next.
Our Caveman Training is very fast paced and intense. We usually don’t do movements at a slow pace. Our emphasis is on getting the best out of you both mentally and physically and getting the job done fast through our unique style of training..
We feel full our workouts are superior and second to none. We train our clients to move their body explosively and aggressively. Our clients don’t jog - they sprint. Our people push, pull, pound, slam, climb, punch, kick, lunge, swing, jump, drag, crawl with resistance at maximum effort and speed.
Many studies have shown that quick and intense full body workouts are more effective in achieving fat loss and muscle gain,than slower and steady paced workouts such as jogging.
We challenge the normal generic training, by training aggressively. It is our purpose to do what others aren't doing, or too scared to do! testing the limits of our clients stamina, endurance, strength and mental capabilities.
When we train, we bring as much intensity as possible. As a result, to build both mental and physical strength.
All levels of fitness are welcome and encouraged to test their own limits and gain results.
The programs in the Caveman training suite such as Caveman Circuit Training, Caveman Personal Training, Cavewoman Circuit Training and Cavewoman Personal Training came to life by combining a mix of techniques and programs into one and evolved over time into one of the hardest training programs in Brisbane (if not Australia).
It all started when Executive Results was created in 2004 by Anna Junghans who has over 20 years of professional fitness experience and Taco Fleur who has always had a passion for fitness and has actively been involved in fitness since 1989, they created some of the hardest and toughest boot camps in Brisbane which involved a lot of team work, circuits and generic group fitness usually in the form of non-stop exercise for 45 minutes, apart from 3 or 4 ten second water breaks.
In 2005 Executive Results added personal training to it's services, Anna enjoyed training clients harder than most other trainers did, she wanted to give people their monies worth and instead of chatting away she enjoyed training the clients harder than most other local trainers would. The type of training she offered was in demand and the business saw this and established itself as delivering one of the toughest training sessions in Brisbane whether it was group or personal training.
In 2009 Executive Results noticed Caveman Training from the US and arranged for API to come down for a certification/workshop, the workshop was great and a lot of great contacts were made like for example; fullcontactfitness.com.au, www.rawedgefitness.com and www.breakingpoint.com.au. Several businesses then signed up to become an affiliate, including Executive Results, over time some businesses became CrossFit affiliates, and pretty soon Executive Results cut their ties with the US after their affiliate contract ran out.
In 2010 Executive Results opened up a unique gym in Brisbane and offered several services that had always been popular since 2004; Hardcore Workouts, Boxing, Personal Training and also added Muay Thai, Cross Training, Suspension Training. A lot of the techniques and styles of training that were used and developed over the years got combined into several programs that were more specificly targetted, Caveman Training became the Caveman training suite consisting of Caveman Circuit Training, Caveman Personal Training, Cavewoman Circuit Training and Cavewoman Personal Training combined.
A Caveman is portrayed as a human being that is considered wild, in our exercises we expect our participants to go wild, we want people to grunt and groan during their workout, giving it their all. A Caveman is prehistoric, our exercises and tools are old school and can sometimes be considered prehistoric. Read about the Caveman approach to Fitness
Cavewoman was brought to life as a program for woman only, it is intended to still be a hard workout but adjusted to the female body and includes a few additional fat burning exercises that the Caveman classes don't include. Due to the lack of testosterone there is also usually less grunting and groaning in a workout.
A trainer who is familiar with the Caveman training methods
A name to encompass the suite of programs; Caveman Circuit Training, Cavewoman Circuit Training, Caveman Personal Training and Cavewoman Personal Training.
A workout that you'll find in one of the Caveman training programs.
Equipment that you'll see used in our Caveman programs.
Various military units have used the skull-and-crossbones design as a unit identification insignia or a victory flag to ascribe to themselves the proverbial ferocity and toughness of pirates.
We consider ourselves pirates as we take anything that works and combine it into a ferocious and tough workout. But isn't that stealing? Let us not forget that any exercise we can think of has been done before by someone else, when we learn about fitness we read books about different exercises, how to implement them in different ways and so on, each and every program out there is created by stealing something from somewhere that someone else has already done and putting a mark of their own on it. In the end it's how you run and advertise your programs that either makes or breaks you.