Pilates: A body conditioning routine that helps
increase flexibility and build long, lean muscles. Increase strength and endurance in your core, upper
and lower body.
PiYo: Combines the muscle-sculpting, core-firming benefits of Pilates with the strength and flexibility advantages
of yoga. The speed between moves is sped up to increase heart rate and improve agility.
Piloxing: A non-stop, cardio fusion of standing Pilates, boxing, and dance.
One Word – FUN!
Strength Overload: This class is for someone that wants to get strong, STRENGTH by overloading the muscle using all different
tools, including dumbbells, stability balls, gliding discs, barbells, and bands.
TABATA: created by a Japanese researcher to train athletes. Tabata training is another type of High Intensity
Interval Training. The format 20 seconds of a very high intensity exercise (e.g., sprints), followed 10 seconds of rest and
repeated 8 times for a total of 4 minutes.
Total Body Conditioning: Define and tone your muscles in a group setting
using a variety of tools and techniques. Some exercises are non-traditional yet effective.
Zumba: A low-impact, high octane fat burning workout that combines Latin inspired dance moves with Latin and International
music to dance your way to fitness. It’s fun and effective!
Hatha Yoga: A unique fusion of traditional exercise with the artistry of yoga postures; class focuses on the essentials of
proper breathing and form in executing each exercise. Yoga enhances flexibility, strength and mental focus.
Cycle Beats: This
indoor cycling class is a cardiovascular workout with an emphasis on lower body and core engagement. Students
pedal to the beat of energizing music in a dimly lit room to enhance the atmosphere. These classes are
either 45 or 60 mins.
RIPPED Ride: This
class is also a cardiovascular workout which adds light hand weight segments during a few slow paced songs.. These weights
are used to work the upper body while cycling. During these periods, the resistance is high and cadence
is slow. These segments are brief to ensure proper form and control.
Ride: This cycle class is a journey for your mind and body. It is a steady state ride working in the
60-70% of maximum heart rate. Perseverance is the name! It’s not flashy, it is
a FAT BURNING, aerobic blast.
Ride: This cycle class is about increasing resistance and therefore higher heart rates.
This can result in the aerobic/anaerobic workload. This class includes longer, more challenging
climbs, intertwined with jumps, sprints and a combination of all these and more. Not for the faint of heart!
Cycle Express: a 30 minute cycle beats