Zahra is a Personal Trainer and Group Exercise Manager for Nuffield Health, specialising in exercise to music and group cycling classes. Other areas of expertise include pre- and post-natal training, weight loss and weight training.
Zahra hails from Tooting, South London, and has been with us for over 11 years. Prior to this she graduated with a first-class Sport Science BSc degree. Zahra also currently works as a UK Master Trainer and Presenter for the Indoor Cycling Group. Zahra believes in making exercise enjoyable for all and helping people stay fit and heathy.
Zahra’s tried her hand at a range of sports and events including swimming, football, kickboxing, street dance, half marathons and she’s even signed up to do a 100km walking event next year.
Unleash your inner strength and raise your heart rate with this 30-minute martial arts workout. Zahra takes you through 2 routines with punches, kicks and drills, which you’ll bring together before learning a third and final combo, which brings in some floorwork.
Get your whole body moving and raise your heart rate with this 30-minute class. Work your way up to a full aerobic routine involving box steps, lunges and ‘Superman’ side steps, before finishing with a powerful round of jacks, sumo squats and ice skaters.
Unleash any pent-up frustration or aggression with this martial arts work out. You’ll start with a dodge, knee strike and box step routine, and move on to a powerful kick and punch sequence, before bringing it all together at the end.
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Prepare to pulse those squats low and lift those knees high in this simple but challenging 30-minute workout. Zahra will get your body moving as much as possible to increase your heart rate and burn calories.
This aerobic workout is made up of 3 mixed intensity cardio blocks – expect some fancy footwork along with some high knees, hops and squat holds. Then you’ll finish by working on your core with some plank and push-up drills.
Get ready to shoot some hoops and skate some ice in this cardio routine that gradually increases in intensity. It's split up into 3 sections that you'll learn individually and then put together at the end with everything you've got.