Chase Irons was born and raised in Columbia, SC and has always been involved in fitness, as she began playing sports at the age of 6.
She played basketball and volleyball competively in high school and started running in college while attending The University of South Carolina. She has run The Nike Women's Marathon in San Francisco, and eight half marathons locally since 2008. She believes in maintaining a healthy lifestyle through physical fitness and a healthy diet.
In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Ben, and their three rescue dogs, going to the beach, and spending time with family and friends.
Chase Irons instructs the following:
*MAX* (Full Body)
MAX (Maximum Interval Training) is a 30-minute class that promises to push you to your maximum levels of exertion.
For those who are unfamiliar with interval training, it is essentially a form of training where you vary your exertion in several intervals. For instance instead of running for 30 minutes you might divide this into two minutes of jogging, one minute of sprinting and five minutes of walking and repeat this several times.
Although the MAX class is inside, the same logic will apply with the use of plyometric moves, weighted and body weight strength exercises. It's only 30 minutes, but in this case, 30 minutes is plenty of time!
If you love cycle and you love high-intensity interval training -- this is the perfect class for you!
This fast-paced class will keep you focused and leave you breathless. Clocking in at just 30 minutes, Interval Cycle 30 is one of the most efficient ways to burn calories and get in a great cardio workout.
Give this class a try ASAP!
PUSH alternates strength and cardio sets with short periods of rest. Classic interval training, PUSH will yield continuous dips and spikes in your heart rate; it's great metabolic conditioning! PUSH will absolutely PUSH you to your limits.