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Group Exercise Classes

Group Fitness classes are a fun, motivating, and challenging way to fit exercise into your daily routine. The patrons of the class are guided through the entire routine from beginning to end from a certified instructor. Classes are designed to meet the needs of all fitness levels and skills. Overall, group exercise classes offer a dynamic and motivating way to stay active, improve fitness, and enjoy the benefits of a supportive fitness community.

Class Descriptions

Spin/Cycling - Indoor Cycling/Spin is a group exercise class done on stationary bikes. During the class the instructor simulates a ride. Together you travel on flat roads, climb hills, sprint, and race! It is truly a fantastic cardiovascular workout and class. This Class is offered on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 5:30 to 6:30 PM.

Walking & Jogging - The Walking/Jogging class is designed to improve your cardiovascular endurance. The emphasis is on encouraging walking/jogging as a lifetime recreational activity and to improve health, emotional and social interaction. This class is scheduled on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 6:00 AM to 7:00AM. 

Strength and Tone  Incorporating a combination of core and upper body exercises into your fitness routine ensures a balanced approach to overall strength and functional fitness. This combination supports good posture, reduces the risk of injuries, and enhances your capacity for various physical tasks involving the upper body. This Class will be on Monday and Friday at 12:15 PM to 12:45 PM. 

Tabata - Tabata refers to a type of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) that consists of short bursts of intense exercise followed by brief periods of rest. The workout structure typically involves 20 seconds of intense activity followed by 10 seconds of rest, repeated for a specific number of cycles. Tabata training is known for its efficiency in improving cardiovascular fitness and overall strength in a short amount of time. It can be adapted to various exercises, making it a versatile and popular workout method. This class will be on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM. 

Stretching - Stretching is a practice that involves gently elongating muscles and tendons to improve flexibility and range of motion. It can be done through various techniques, including static stretching (holding a stretch), dynamic stretching (moving through stretches), and ballistic stretching (bouncing movements). Stretching is commonly incorporated into warm-up and cool-down routines for exercise to enhance performance and reduce the risk of injury. Regular stretching can also contribute to improved posture, increased blood flow to muscles, and overall flexibility. This class will be offered on Monday and Wednesday from 10:30 AM to 11:00 AM. 

Water Aerobics - Water aerobics is a form of exercise performed in water, typically in a shallow pool. It involves aerobic activities such as dancing, jumping, and jogging, but with the resistance of water. The buoyancy of water reduces impact on joints, making it a low-impact exercise suitable for individuals with joint issues or those seeking a gentler workout. Water aerobics improves cardiovascular fitness, muscle strength, and flexibility. Classes may use various equipment like water dumbbells or noodles to enhance resistance and provide a full-body workout. It's a popular choice for people of different fitness levels and ages. This class is offered on Tuesday and Thursday from 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM.