This class emphasizes athletic
training with no aerobic dance at all! The focus is on strength, speed,
endurance, agility and flexibility and is challenging for all levels of
fitness. Your instructor Heather serves as your coach as she takes you from
beginning to end in a non-competitive workout environment. After each quick
but thorough demonstration, participants go through an obstacle course built
exclusively for this class. This segment is followed by weight bearing
exercises that challenges upper body strength.
Sculpt...This step based class
incorporates intermediate to lower advanced step choreography with
handweights that may be used intermittently throughout the workout
Step Jam...This step based class is
for advanced steppers and contain complex choreography.
The Feldenkrais method helps people of all ages and
fitness levels learn to move more easily. The gentle, innovative lessons
taught by certified Feldenkrais instructor, Vicki Robinson will allow you to
observe how you move, become aware of unnecessary tensions and improve your
overall coordination. You will learn to ease pain and chronic discomfort,
improve flexibility, increase energy, and reduce stress and fatigue. Dress
in comfortable workout attire. For more information or any questions please
contact Vicki Robinson at
firstname.lastname@example.org This class has a fee of $5 per class, payable at the
front desk prior to attending each class and space is limited to 20 students
NRG Bar and Serious
NRG Bar and Serious Sculpt are classes
that incorporate weights into a pre-choreographed athletic workout set to
powerful motivating music. While NRG Bar incorporates Barbells, Serious
Sculpt uses less Barbell and more resistance tubes and hand weights. Both
workouts appeal to men and women, from beginners to conditioned athletes.
Each 45-60 minute choreographed class works every major muscle group in the
body - it strengthens, conditions, shapes,
tones and defines muscle. Instruction and
participation focus heavily on correct lifting technique with the use of
light to moderate weights and high repetition.
The workout covers all of the basic
exercises: bench presses, biceps curls, squats, lunges, rows, triceps
extensions, military presses, front shoulder raises, and even the clean and
press. This total body workout is designed to be an effective way to fight
osteroporosis and general muscle atrophy.
and enhance your
range of motion with
based Yoga poses. No
necessary; open to
Whether you want to tone your muscles,
rehabilitate from an injury, or train for an athletic event, Pilates Mat
will safely guide you in the right direction. The Pilates Method helps to
lengthen and strengthen muscles while building a uniformly developed body.
Pilates focuses on core strength—abdominals, gluteals, inner thighs—and
practices moving from the “inside out.” It helps with posture, body
alignment, breathing, control, balance, flow and strength. The mind works
with the body to help realign movement patterns, and to work muscles
properly and efficiently. Students gain a kinesthetic awareness of their own
bodies so that they can integrate the ideas learned in class into their
Also Known as TAI CHI
CH’UAN, and is part of the Tai Chi Ch’uan System, which, originally, was a
formidable martial art operating on several levels of awareness. It embodies
Taoist Philosophy, and accordingly is extremely beneficial to good health.
Tai Chi is a comprehensive series of gentle physical movements, and
breathing techniques, with mental and spiritual intent, which allows you to
experience a meditative state. It is calming and rejuvenating, and assists
the body and mind to maintain balance, and exercises the body, mind and
spirit, together with the internal organs. It includes both the inner and
outer expressions of the body and mind. Here we are able to balance the Yin
and Yang life force energy of Chi. In this way this system develops the
ability to balance the “yielding and attacking” aspects in martial art
combat. It has also been such a major influence in all the martial arts we
Lifetones is Olympic
Athletic Club's exclusive conditioning class for people over 60. Lead by
personal trainers, this half-hour class serves as a perfect warm-up for
resistance training and minimizes injuries associated with improper warm-ups
and bad form. Exercises such as exer-balls, tubing and hand weights are used
in this class and weekly tips/techniques are also offered.
SilverSneakers® Fitness Program
is offered through healthcare providers nationwide and provides a basic
health club membership with access to SilverSneakers® Fitness
Classes and other senior-safe exercise classes. The SilverSneakers Fitness
Class is a strength and conditioning class designed specifically for the
Medicare-eligible population and focuses on increasing muscular strength and
The popular fitness class
benefits participants from "head to toe" with warm-up and range-of-movement
exercises before working with hand-held weights, elastic tubing, and balls
for a total body workout.
The cool-down, final stretch,
and relaxation segments calm and refresh students to return to their daily
activities with a renewed sense of confidence.
As participants' conditioning
increases, SilverSneakers expands with more challenging choreography
that focuses on movement exercises to prepare them for a heart-healthy
cardiovascular workout. This level is followed by the third level of
exercises developed to enhance conditioning work for improving strength and
The class meets the Centers
for Disease Control and Prevention's suggestion that Seniors incorporate
moderate to vigorous physical activity into their daily lives for
significant health benefits.
Today's hectic lifestyle has
left many of us wondering how to manage the stress that comes along with it.
While regular aerobic exercise and strength training can help, it isn't the
complete answer. Some believe yoga is the piece you need to complete the
puzzle of keeping both the body and the mind fit.
Yoga, from the Sanskrit word
meaning union, is a 5,000-year-old Eastern philosophy, which incorporates
the mind and body in a mutually supportive relationship. Westerners are most
familiar with its fitness components but may not realize yoga weaves
fitness, wellness and a deep sense of consciousness-raising. Enthusiasts
practice various yoga traditions, all of which combine forms of breathing,
posture and exercise. The physical exercises are called asanas (postures).
These are isometric moves, which stretch and tone muscles. Similar to weight
lifting, yoga strengthens muscles by incorporating resistant weight-bearing
exercise using the body's own weight as the resistance. While all yoga
traditions employ variations of the asanas, each type offers different
fitness benefits and wellness goals.
Nia is a
well-being fitness and lifestyle practice. Through expressive movement - the
Body's Way - Nia empowers people to achieve physical, mental, emotional and
spiritual health and well-being. Nia changes people's lives.
a range of rhythmic music styles with carefully choreographed hour-long
routines. It is the first and foremost 'fusion fitness' program of its kind,
inspired by three art forms: The Dance Arts - Jazz, Modern, Duncan; The
Healing Arts - Yoga, the work of Moshe Feldenkrais, The Alexander Technique;
and The Martial Arts - Aikido, Tae Kwon Do, Tai Chi. Come discover the power
and joy of this creative, savvy, energizing fitness class. Nia will move
Full Body Workout
You will enjoy a two for one workout
with a blend of step training and weight resistance. This incredible
challenge is sure to promote lean muscle mass, rev up your metabolism, and
improve functional performance.
Kickboxing is a marriage of aerobics and
martial arts which creates a distinctive high-powered, high energy workout.
It increases endurance and enhances cardiovascular power while also
strengthening the body and the mind. In this class, we utilize punching bags
so purchase your boxing gloves at the front desk. Your color options are
black, red, blue and pink.
Ditch the workout
and join the party
with Friday night
Zumba® is a fusion
of Latin and
that will create
both a dynamic and
exciting workout. No
movements are easy
to follow. Members
of all skill levels
are encouraged to
attend this high