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Working out in a group setting is a great and fun way to stay motivated in reaching your fitness goals.

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GROUP CLASSES & WORKOUTS FIT FOR EVERYONE

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MEAL PLAN PERSONALIZED TO YOUR HEALTH GOALS

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Class Schedule

The times listed below in yellow are subject to change. Please check back often and be sure to Book a Class to reserve your spot in our group classes. We look forward to seeing you in class!

Monday

Workout with the Coaches Day

Morning

Sept. 12: 5:45 AM

Sept. 19: 5:45 AM
Sept. 26: 5:45 AM

Evening

Sept.12: 7:00-8:00 PM
Sept 19: 7:00-8:00 PM
Sept. 26: 7:00-8:00 PM

Tuesday

Workout with the Coaches Day

Morning

Sept. 13: 5:45 AM
Sept. 20: 5:45 AM
Sept. 27: 5:45 AM

Evening

Sept.13: 5:30 PM | 7 PM
Sept. 20:  5:30 PM | 7 PM
Sept. 27:  5:30 PM | 7 PM

Wednesday

Workout with the Coaches Day

Morning

Sept.14: 5:45 AM
Sept.21: 5:45 AM
Sept. 28: 5:45 AM

Evening

Sept:14 7:00 PM
Sept.21: 7:00 PM
Sept.28: 5:30 PM | 7:00 PM

Thursday

Workout with the Coaches Day

Morning

Sept.15: 5:45 AM
Sept.22: 5:45 AM
Sept.29: 5:45 AM

Evening

Sept.15: 7:00 PM
Sept.22: 7:00 PM
Sept.29: 7:00 PM

Friday

Workout with the Coaches Day

Morning

Sept. 9: 5:45 AM
Sept. 16: No AM Classes
Sept. 23: 5:45 AM

Evening

Sept. 16: 4:30-5:30 PM

Saturday

Workout with the Coaches Day

Morning

Sept. 17: 7:00 AM and 8:00 AM

Evening

What happens in our classes?

The classes are structured and repetitive for the purpose of conditioning the body. Exercise consists of cardiovascular conditioning, strength, resistance training, flexibility, and overall functional training.

Classes are planned for your progression, and each class is tailored to meet each person’s abilities.

Cardio

Classes focus on exercises that will elevate your heart rate, then bring it down to a stabilized rate. Classes do not use treadmills to accomplish this. HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) is the method used.

Strength Training

Exercises are designed to improve strength and endurance. Weights are commonly used, as well as a variety of training techniques such as resistance bands, cycling, pushups, sit ups, squats, and more.

Strength training works all of your muscle groups, including abdomen, hips, legs, chest, back, shoulders, and arms. It is a specific type of training that helps you build muscle mass and become stronger.

Body Weight Training

Exercises are designed to improve strength and endurance. Weights are commonly used, as well as a variety of training techniques such as resistance bands, cycling, pushups, sit ups, squats, and more.

These classes improve your cardiovascular endurance and muscle strength all at once. You get a cardio workout from changing positions and elevating your heart rate, while your body weight and gravity work together to help you build muscle. This will enhance your range of motion including strength, power, endurance, speed, flexibility, coordination, and balance.

HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training)

Classes focus on alternating short periods of intense exercise with brief recovery periods. They are extremely effective for weight loss. HIIT forces your body to use energy from fat as opposed to carbs. This makes losing fat more efficiently.

Functional Training

Classes involve training the body for the activities performed in daily life such as bending, twisting, lifting, pushing, pulling, and squatting.

Frequently Asked Questions

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