By bringing together top of the line cardio and weight training equipment, group exercise classes, group cycling and a dedicated yoga and pilates studio, we have created a facility focused on the health and wellness for all ages and abilities. With a variety of equipment and classes, as well as a variety of membership options, we are sure you will be able to find everything you need in order to reach your fitness goals!

$7 Fitness Schedule

$7 Class Schedule

Begins July 1st, 2019

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MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
6:30-7:15am

Cycling

Kathy M

R-3

6:30-7:20am

Cycling/Sculpt

Kathy M

R-3 & R-1

6:30-7:15am

Cycling

Kris

R-3

6:30-7:30am

Boot Camp

Wendy

R-1

6:30-7:15am

Cycling

Kathy M.

R-3

8:20–9:00am

Body Sculpt

Kathy M.

R-1

9:15-10:15am

Yogilates

Kris

R-2

9:15-10:15am

no class

9:15-10:15am

no class

R-2

8:15-9:15am

Easy Yoga

Sue

R-2

9:00–10:00am

Cycling

Kathy M

R-3

9:15-10:30am

No Class

R-1

9:15-10:00am

Cycling

Patty

R-3

9:15-10:30am

Total Body Mix

Patty M.

R-1

9:15-10:00am

Cycling

Kris

R-3

9:15-10:30am

no class

9:30-10:30am

Pump

Instructor Rotation

R-1

10:05-10:50am

Pump

Patty

R-1

10:05-10:50am

Pump

Kris

R-1

9:30-10:30am

Cycling

Kathy M

R-3

*SUNDAY*
5:45-6:30pm

Cycling

Kathy R

R-3

6:00-7:00pm

no class

6:00-7:00pm

Cycling

Kathy R.

R-3

5:45-7:00pm

Stretch and Strength

Sue

R-2

6:30-7:30pm

no class

Fitness Class Information

  • Cardio

    Classes under this category are most frequently associated with the group exercise format, and focus on getting the heart rate up, while burning calories at a high rate. Classes generally begin with a light aerobic warm-up, some stretching, and then moderate- or vigorous-intensity exercise for the majority of the class.

  • Strength

    The main goal of this format is to use light dumbbells, barbells, resistance bands, kettle bells or body weight to not only build muscular strength and endurance, but also burn calories and boost metabolism. These classes usually involve all the major muscle groups, but can be broken down into formats that focus on just abdominal, upper body or lower body exercises. These classes are considered non-aerobic, but are a great way to incorporate resistance training into a weekly routine without getting out on the weight room floor.

  • Mind/Body

    he most recognizable mind/body classes are yoga and Pilates, but these can include stretching or core strength classes. These formats focus on flexibility, core strength and balance with an emphasis on connecting the mind to the physical work of the body. These classes have become more common at mainstream fitness facilities, but can still be found at specialty studios that offer no other formats.