FAQ Topic: Group Exercise Class Descriptions

Awesome Abdominals

Challenging your entire core, from front to back, to top to bottom, while focusing on functional movements to improve core/back strength, posture and stabilization. Standing movements as well as mat exercises will be included in strengthening your awesome abdominals!

POUND

This exhilarating full-body workout uses Ripstix®, lightly weighted drumsticks engineered specifically for exercising, POUND® transforms drumming into cardio, conditioning, and strength training.

Zumba

A Latin-inspired, calorie-burning dance fitness class that blends upbeat Latin, pop, and international rhythms with easy-to-follow moves for a total body workout that feels like a celebration.

Yogalates

Combines the benefits of both Yoga and Pilates including core strengthening, muscle toning, flexibility and stress reduction.

Yoga

Connect your body and breath with synchronized movements that leave you feeling centered, grounded, and relaxed.

Weights

Total body resistance training to gain functional strength and endurance by utilizing your own body weight, hand weights, body bars, resistance bands, fit balls and much more designed for all fitness levels. This non-aerobic exercise class includes standing and mat exercises while emphasizing on form and technique.

TRX

Expect to be challenged! Suspension training uses your body weight to develop strength, balance, flexibility and core stability simultaneously.

Pilates

Perform mat-based movements with emphasis on alignment, breathing, developing a strong core, and improving coordination and balance. Bands, stability balls, small balls and even light hand weights are often incorporated into the Pilates practice to create challenge and add variety to the workout.

Lengthen and Strengthen

It’s all about the balance of strength and flexibility. Weights, fit balls and tubes are used to build muscle strength with an added emphasis on stretching the muscles after they are loaded.

Land Aerobics/Weights

Cardio moves are the majority of this class. Light hand weights are used during warm-up and cool down .

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