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              Class description

Functional Fitness: Classes include

  • TRX Suspension Training: Delivers a fast, effective total-body workout; helps build a rock-solid core; Increases muscular endurance; benefits people of all fitness levels (pro athletes to seniors); utilizing your own body weight, the TRX Suspension Trainer provides greater performance and functionality than large exercise machines costing thousands of dollars. Used in several of our classes and training.

  • Kettlebell Fitness: {Tabata KB, KB I-Basic, II, III, Ladders, Flow, and Kick Butt Kettlebell – KBK} Functional fitness! Kettlebells are all bells, no whistles. Resembling a mini bowling ball with a handle.

    • Kettlebell Training Class will help kick all your fitness goals into high gear!  Functional, compound exercises work for multiple muscle groups simultaneously, developing strength and muscular endurance and efficient caloric expenditure.  With a focus on integrating breathing, movement, and alignment with your ability to control balance and weight. 

    • KettleCore Warrior: Combines Kettlebell, Core Boot Camp, and Warrior Blast all in one fantastic hour of bottom-to-top workout. Workout and burn up calories during and well beyond this 1-hour class. Functional, Metabolic, and aerobic workout all in one class.

    • Kettlebell & More: Combines KB with Core & Strength.

Group Fitness/Total Body: Classes include - Variety & focus are different in each class that is scheduled.  Mixed fitness equipment and sometimes just bodyweight. This class is always designed for all fitness levels to be modified as necessary or as aggressive as the attendee wants to get in their workout. 

  • Group Metabolic Training: WHAT is that?  The short definition of metabolic training is completing structural and compound exercises with little rest in between exercises in an effort to maximize calorie burn and increase metabolic rate during and after the workout. Extreme Metabolic Training is true CrossFit.  That’s not where we are going with this!!!! Beginners and Intermediate. FYI, your metabolism (aka metabolic rate) is how many calories your body burns at rest,  Metabolic30-training in 30 minutes

  • ABCs Countdown: Abs, Buns, Core: warm-up exercises to begin. Then executing a set of several exercises performed at your mat, starting at 10-15 reps each for the first set, then reps # continue backward, etc. until you are done with all 10 sets. 

  • ABSolutely Sculpt/Awesome Abs: Yes! It is all about the abs in this class.  Nice 30 minute class that any level of fitness ability can perform. Sexy Abs ~ Belly Blast: Energizing workout that will definitely get your heart pumping, abs & obliques burning, and sweat trickling – likely dripping from your body.  Will use Bosu or stability ball for part of a workout.

  • Barre Blend: Blending Barre workouts with other exercises and equipment. Great core boost. 

  • Barre Burn: Want to get that "burn" going while completing Barre & Pilates Exercises - this is it.

  • Barre Blast: A great class to get in a workout for 30 minutes and leave with a smile. 

  • Boot Camps:  Tires, Ropes, and Squats!  10 stations, 5x around for a COMPLETE Head-to-Toe workout.  Modifications are shown for most fitness levels/abilities.

  • Burn30: 30-minute class jumps right into your workout, burns up energy while restocking more energy to fuel your day.  Moderate difficulty that beginners can do and advanced can take to their level

  • Burn-N-Tone: 6 stations with 6 exercises to be performed 1 minute each before moving onto the next station. Moderate difficulty that beginners can do and advanced can take to their level

  • Butts & Guts: Just what it says…you’ll be targeting those “rear” muscles and central core, abs, and obliques. This 30-minute class gets you in and out. In no time, you are leaving with having completed a great workout.  Low- Moderate difficult that beginners can do and advanced can take to their level

  • Circuit training is a form of body conditioning or resistance training using high-intensity aerobics with added anaerobic workouts. It targets strength building and muscular endurance. An exercise "circuit" is one completion of all prescribed exercises in the program. When one circuit is complete, one begins the first exercise again for the next circuit. Traditionally, the time between exercises in circuit training is short, often with rapid movement to the next exercise.

  • Core Boot Camp Express/CoreXpress: A class offering you all the essentials to work that core but not having to commit 50-60 minutes to do it! Completely doable yet challenging center core workout.  Not just focused on Abdominals, it’s also strengthening the opposing muscle groups (back and obliques) AS WELL AS thighs, glutes, and upper body being engaged to assist. Moderate difficulty that beginners can do and advanced can take to their level.  Low Impact, Toning, Active Intervals

  • Core & Strength:  We start out with first working the core then move into a predetermined number of strength-increasing exercises.  Any level of fitness ability.

  • Ham-It-Up: Every workout class offers something for the entire body, but this one targets one of the culprits to lower back pain and/or weakness – the hamstrings.

  • Short Burst Training (SBT): Burst training is a style of exercising that requires maximal output for a short period of time. Burst training is an exercise that is done at high intensity in short bursts of time. Burst training is superior to cardio for fat loss. All exercise raises cortisol.  Unlike endurance training, burst training also raises your anabolic (muscle building) hormones like testosterone & human growth hormone (HGH).

  • Sweat-It-Out:  Boot Camp-type of Circuit.  5-6 stations with each station having a set of workouts to complete for 1 minute each and 1-minute rest between stations. Completing each circuit 2 times.   TRX, Step360 Pro, Ropes, Kettlebell, Core Balls, Dumbbells, Resistance Bands, and Body Weight.

  • Strength & Conditioning: each class is individually designed to work every muscle in the body but without letting it get into a routine of what to expect with this workout class.  Each workout is a timed workout.  Some classes the participants will have individual exercises and in others they’ll work in sets with another participant.  Moderate difficulty that beginners can do and advanced can take to their level.  Low Impact, Toning, Active Intervals

  • Total Body Training:  Top-down this circuit consists of several stations of exercises that work every muscle from head to toe.  You’ll complete the circuit more than 1 time, but will like the variety and change up from workout to each workout. Moderate difficulty that beginners can do and advanced can take to their level

  • Warrior Blast:  Want a good workout and are short on time?  This 20-minute class will do it for you.  Moderate difficulty.

  • Warrior Burn Out: A Hi/Low Class.  Ab shredder, butt burner, muscle toning, a heart-pumping class that misses nothing head-to-toe in a great workout. Sandbags, Dumbbells, & Body Weight. Modifications are shown for most levels of fitness ability.

Mind & Body:

  • Pilates

  • Yoga: Gentle, Beginner Slow Flow, Beginner Nidra, Breathing, & Restorative Yoga:

    • ​Restorative: a therapeutic style of yoga essential for well-being; that seeks to achieve physical, mental, and emotional relaxation with the aid of props. The use of bolsters, yoga blocks & blankets for props, makes it easier for you to maintain balance while you are stimulating and relaxing your body. Beneficial to the entire body providing healing for the body and the mind. It is especially useful when you need to eliminate fatigue and stress that result from your daily activities. It can also help you recover from illness and injury or overcome emotional depression and anxiety that are caused by traumatic events such as divorce, loss of job, and death of a beloved. It is known that restorative yoga can activate the parasympathetic nervous system, which enables automatic control of the body. As such, the regular nervous system will be at rest, and the muscles will become more relaxed. Constant practice of restorative yoga will make your body less vulnerable to stress-related illnesses and help you achieve optimal health.

  • Foam Rolling (Myofascial Release):  This can be scheduled for a 15 – 60-minute class and sometimes is included within some of the other non-circuit classes.  An excellent way to “massage” those tense and stressed out muscles

Morning Movers:

  • Gentle Strength, & Fit After 40s, 50s, & Beyond: some of the above classes offer in the mornings for the customer that wants beginner to intermediate levels of exercise classes.

     Modifications & Education provided during every class.

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