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Strong By Zumba®


Finding success one class at a time

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Strong By Zumba®


Finding success one class at a time

Strong By Zumba®

 

Monday mornings at 8:30 AM

Tuesday and Thursday at 5:30 PM

 

HITT DONE IN A WAY YOU NEED TO EXPERIENCE TO BELIEVE 

STRONG by Zumba™ is a high intensity interval training workout driven by the science of Synced Music Motivation. Unlike all other workouts, we don't just create moves to a playlist. Instead, we craft and reverse engineer the songs to match every move, driving the intensity in a challenging progression that provides a total body workout. The result is a group fitness experience unlike any other. 


In an one-hour class you will burn calories while toning arms, legs, abs and glutes. Plyometric or explosive moves like high knees, burpees, and jumping jacks are interchanged with isometric moves like lunges, squats, and kickboxing. STRONG by Zumba® instructors change up the music and moves frequently to make sure you’re always challenged to the max.

 
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Barre


Your health is an investment

not an expense

Barre


Your health is an investment

not an expense

BARRE

What is “barre”?
While many interpret barre workouts differently, most barre workouts are a fusion of yoga, Pilates, strength training, and ballet. Barre classes incorporate specific sequencing patterns and isometric movements that target specific muscle groups. This pattern of exercise helps to improve strength, balance, flexibility and posture.

Why is Barre so popular?
Barre is hot right now! Barre classes are low-impact and are conducive to all fitness levels. They are also particularly enjoyed by women since they incorporate graceful movements and elements of ballet, allowing participants to experience a dance "element" in the workouts and achieve a dancer’s body.

What are the health and fitness benefits of barre workouts?
Barre workouts are perfect for all fitness levels. You’ll see improvement in your posture, balance, strength, and flexibility.

How many times a week do I need to do barre in order to see actual results, while considering safety?
While it is most important to listen to your body and give your muscles enough rest, typically 3 times a week will generate the most fitness results. You should always consult your physician to determine what is a "safe" amount of exercise.

Core De Force


Core De Force


Core De Force

 

CORE DE FORCE

is unlike any other MMA-inspired workout in the Beachbody catalog. Joel and Jericho brought in exhilarating boxing, kickboxing, and Muay Thai combinations and mixed them with fat-blasting cardio and bodyweight moves to help you zero in on stubborn belly fat and carve allover definition.

You’ll move through three-minute “rounds” in which you’ll alternate between various fighting combinations with bodyweight moves and cardio spikes to kick your calorie burn into overdrive.

No matter what your fitness level, you can punch, kick, and sweat at your own pace.

Even better? There’s no equipment required. Your body is the only weapon you need to fight hard every single workout. 

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Private Yoga Session


"I water you, you water me. We grow together." -Brandon Nembhard

Private Yoga Session


"I water you, you water me. We grow together." -Brandon Nembhard

Vinyasa 

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The word “vinyasa” can be translated as “arranging something in a special way,” like yoga poses for example. In vinyasa yoga classes, students coordinate movement with breath to flow from one pose to the next. Ashtanga, Baptiste Yoga, Jivamukti, Power Yoga, and Prana Flow could all be considered vinyasa yoga. Vinyasa is also the term used to describe a pecific equence of poses (Chaturanga to Upward-Facing Dog to Downward-Facing Do) commonly used throughout a vinyasa clas.

What Is the Difference Between Hatha Yoga & Vinyasa Yoga?

Students of Hatha yoga hold each pose through several breaths. ... 

Vinyasa yoga, also called Ashtanga yoga, is a fast-paced series of postures or asanas that focuses on the flow between movements, rather than individual poses.

 

 
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Aquatic Fitness


Aquatic Fitness

Aquatic Fitness


Aquatic Fitness

Aquatic Classes

 

 

This workout is focused on getting your heart rate up with gentle fluid movements that will help you build muscle and decrease joint stiffness. Each class starts with a warm-up and slowly moves into cardiovascular exercises that incorporate strength, toning, and flexibility. You will have fun working up a sweat, while developing your functional range of movement.

As a participant, you determine your own intensity by deciding how hard to manipulate the water. Each class is designed to challenge each and every participant regardless of skill level and experience.