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Fitness Center Hours
|Mon - Fri||5 am - 9 pm|
|Sat - Sun||6 am - 6 pm|
Monday 8:00am Step/Core/Floor
A combination of Step and Floor aerobics and standing and floor core exercises will hit all your muscle groups and give your heart the workout it needs to get stronger.
Monday 9:45am Pilate/Yoga
Get the best of both worlds. A fusion class that mixes the strength, balance, focus and stretching of yoga with core strengthening of pilates into one class.
Monday 10:45am/Wednesday 10:00am Bosu
The Bosu ball is a small stability ball that has been cut in half with a dynamic rubber surface that helps you to firm, burn and tone. A Bosu workout helps to introduce instability to an exercise so that you engage both small and large muscle groups at the same time for a more thorough and complete workout while using weights.
Monday 6:00pm Yoga Max
In addition to the description of Yoga, this class has additional focus on core strength and conditioning. Suitable for all fitness levels.
Tuesday/Thursday 8:00am Upper/Lower Body Weights
Increase muscle strength and endurance using free weights and performing “own” body weight exercises. Exercises will include both lifting weights for major/minor muscle groups and compound lifting for upper and lower body.
Tuesday 9:30am/6:00pm Cardio Fitness
This is a low to high intensity class using a combination of weight training, floor work and aerobic steps designed to help tone your muscles and strengthen your cardiovascular system. We start with a warm-up followed by intense aerobics, upper and lower body weights and finish with a cool down.
Wednesday 8:00am 20-20-20
Total body workout including 20 minutes of cardio (with & without the bench-no fancy steps), 20 minutes of strength training using weights (with & without the step) and 20 minutes core conditioning and stretching.
Wednesday 9:00am Stretch Class
Full body stretch class to improve range of motion, posture and mobility, which helps ward off injury. Suitable for all fitness levels. Benefits of stretching include reduced muscle tension, enhanced muscular coordination, increased blood circulation, higher energy levels and it just flat out feels good!
Wednesday 6:00pm Beginner Salsa
This class is designed for students with no previous dance experience and is a strong cardiovascular workout designed to train students in basic salsa steps. While listening to a combination of salsa, cumbia and merengue music, we begin with a warm-up, followed by cardio aerobics dance and finish with a cool down that incorporates stretching, floor work and breathing exercises.
Thursday 9:45am Hi/Lo/PiYo
Low impact, high energy, interval workout to improve your balance, strength and flexibility plus burn calories at the same time. Suitable for all fitness levels. We start out with strength work with light weights and movement to get the heart pumping, add some step aerobics (nothing fancy), throw in a Core Tabata (intense interval training) and finish off with pilates and yoga inspired movements with a great stretch at the end. *Shoes are needed for this workout.
Friday 8:00am Cardio/Weights Circuit
Participants will work a series of exercises, either cardio, weights or a combination of both. The instructor will act as facilitator and time each particular exercise. The class can include moving from station to station or more of a traditional class structure. You will certainly have a “heart pumping” workout and have fun!
Friday 9:00am Salsa
This class is designed for students who have taken Salsa before, but beginners are welcome to join also. This is a strong cardiovascular workout that starts with a warm up, cardio aerobic dance and a cool down by incorporating stretching, floor work and breathing exercises.
Friday 10:00am Light Weights/Abs/Stretch
This class helps to tone and strengthen the upper and lower abs, obliques and lower back which incorporates the whole core of the body. We will sometimes use hand weights, stability balls and medicine balls.
Saturday 9:30am Yoga
The practice of different poses (asanas) through step by step verbal description and demonstration, to build strength and balance, increase personal flexibility, and find focus. Breathing is linked to the flow between poses. Suitable for all fitness levels.