Our training concepts

When we created TAUFF Training and its various forms of training, we started with these basic principles: 

• Everyone should be able to participate, regardless of physical level and previous experiences of training. 
• It should be physically demanding and make you tired, but all according to your own ability. 
• You should be in the present and experience that time is virtually disappearing. 
• It is a social experience, and you should get a feeling of community in the group that you train with.

In order to create this, we were inspired by sports such as wrestling, MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) and running, but also from equipment like kettle bells and TRX. All TAUFF exercises are time based, i.e. the participants all start and stop at the same time. And we promise that it is twice as fun to train with a partner!

TAUFF Roots
When we first created TAUFF we only used exercises which came from wrestling, which is why we have named this form Roots. We mix couple exercise and individual physical exercises with elements of struggle from wrestling. To struggle is one of our most natural instincts. Even as children we know how to defend our territory; all in order to survive. In today’s modern society we rarely have to use physical struggle to survive, but we all have the need to ventilate feelings and stress in order to find our inner balance. Roots is an excellent form of training to achieve this.

TAUFF Play
Play is our most playful form of training but also one of the most intense forms. We mix couple exercises and playful elements of struggle with individual physical exercises.

TAUFF Force
A good option for those who find the gym boring or want more variation. Force is a straightforward physical training session where you use couple exercises and individual physical exercises. The exercises in Force cover all muscle groups and you practice both your strength, stamina, agility and balance. It does not get more functional than TAUFF Force.

TAUFF HIT
The name is an abbreviation of “High Intensity Training”, but can also be interpreted as the word HIT, as this is a highly appreciated form of training. We use individual physical exercises and couple exercises mixed with intervals where you use a partner or your own body weight as a training tool.

TAUFF Endurance
Regardless of whether you are an experienced runner or a beginner, you can participate in this session. A wonderful form of training which takes interval training to the next level. The focus is on a mix of couple exercises, running intervals and physical exercises in between. We also use running to wind down between the different exercises. The physical elements are chosen to strengthen your body as a runner, but naturally works even if you are not a habitual runner.

TAUFF Incline
To run uphill is a good alternative if you want to develop speed and endurance. It is also a good option for those with weak knees. We rotate between couple exercises and running in intervals.

TAUFF Hybrid
is a popular and simple way to use exercises from all TAUFF versions to create your own circuit training. This creates group sessions with a wonderful energy.

TAUFF Kids
The training is especially suitable for kids between the ages of 7 and 9. We have collected a selection of our more basic exercises. The aim is for the children to enjoy themselves while improving their strength, coordination and the ability to cooperate with others.

TAUFF MMA
is our latest addition. It's our first concept where we're using equipment: in this case pads and boxing gloves. The concept is great fun, high speed and quite tough and consists of a mix between couples exercises, individual physical exercises and combat skills. No previous experience is required to participate and everyone exercises according to their own ability.

 

Equipment/Clothes
Because you can do Tauff both indoors and outdoors, clothing will vary accordingly. The general idea is to have tight fitting clothes for ultimate function. That way fingers will not get caught in the clothes. As for footwear, you can be barefeet if indoors. If you prefer shoes we highly recommend a pair with not too high a sole for easier movements. If you do Tauff outside when its cold weather, we advice to dress in layers. You need not to worry about getting cold during the session, but we do recommend bringing an extra sweater or jacket to wear after session is over. During the session, we store our belongings together. When we're outside running, you can carry a small backpacker or hold a water bottle in your hand. Everytime we stop for an exercise session, we put our belongings so that we can keep an eye on them.

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Sprawl

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Leg killer

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Jump around

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Front kick

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Power squat

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Bear crawl

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Body carry

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Broad jumps

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Crayfish

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Wheel barrow

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Walkings worm

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One leg jumps

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Duckwalk

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Side Walk

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Frog plank

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Chest jumps

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Worm

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Burpees

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Sit out

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Newlyweds

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Back Pack

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Big swing

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Updog pushup

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Barrow with squat jump and dip

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T-bar

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Leg pusher

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Frog jumps

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Shoulder press with legwork

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Baby monkey

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Cross plank

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Row for two

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Buddycarry squat to plank

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