GROUP FITNESS
Group Fitness

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Strength

AMPD Strength® / Body Blast / Strength Intervals / Functional Strength

A full body workout designed to increase muscle tone. A variety of equipment such as resistance bands, dumbbells, cardio barbells, and weighted balls are integrated into each class.

 

Cardio

 

Power Circuit / Insanity® / Strong Nation® / Circuit Intervals / Tabata / Cardio Barre

Combines body weight, strength, cardio, and plyometric training. Movements are set to music or performed at specific work:rest intervals.

 

Cycle

Cycle is a cardio-based class performed entirely on a stationary spin bike. Exercises mimic road cycling, incorporating hills, jumps, and sprints.

 

SOULfusion

A creative blend of yoga-inspired flows, short cardio bursts, balance sequences, bodyweight, and weighted strength training exercises set to motivating music. All your favorite workouts wrapped into one.

 

Dance

 

COMMIT® Dance / MixxedFit

A mix of explosive dancing and bodyweight toning. The routines feature aerobic interval training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms.

 

Zumba® / Zumba Toning®/ Zumba Step® / Aqua Zumba®

Zumba is a Latin-derived dance workout. Zumba Toning® incorporates all the elements of traditional Zumba® with added weights. Zumba Step® utilizes Aerobic step platforms.  Aqua Zumba® blends high-energy Zumba® moves with low-impact aqua fitness. 

 

Flexibility

 

Yoga

Yoga is a mind-body practice centered around intention, breath, and posture. While yoga practice may take many forms—from Yin to Vinyasa--classes labeled “Yoga” may alternate between different styles. Vinyasa yoga is vigorously paced with an added focus on strength. Yin yoga is gentler and slower-paced practice. Hatha yoga is a series of forceful poses designed to create heat in the body.

 

Prenatal Yoga

Prenatal Yoga incorporates gentle stretching and breathing exercises appropriate for expecting mothers. There is a heavy emphasis on pranayama (breathwork) to prepare pregnant individuals for labor. While Prenatal Yoga is designed with pregnancy in mind, it is open to all patrons.

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