Group Fitness Classes
Why take a group fitness class?
- Group fitness classes are a great way to add variety to any workout.
- Our instructors will tailor the class according to the fitness level of the participants while ensuring you are being challenged in a fun environment.
- Burn more calories! Studies have shown that group fitness classes can encourage the participants to burn more calories than they would if working out alone.
- Friendship. Classes are a great way for everyone to bond and create some amazing friendships.
New Fitness Classes
The Incrediplex Fitness Center is offering FREE Group Exercise Classes for Members starting in January 2017. Classes start the week of January 1.
Tabata Interval Training
This is one of the most effective types of high intensity interval training. Through a variety of simple, yet intense exercises, each class will blast the calories and provide noticeable results in a short amount of time. Whether your goal is muscle tone, weight loss, or both, this class will provide what you are looking for. Tabata interval training involves performing eight sets of 20 seconds of work alternated with 10-second rest periods. The aim of the workout is to perform as many repetitions as possible during the work period. It’s short, efficient and can fit in almost any fitness program.
Meets: Mondays and Wednesdays at 6:00 PM. Saturdays at 9:00 AM.
Benefits of Yoga
Yoga addresses many needs for your body and mind. Stretching muscles can improve and ease movement, decreasing feelings of stiffness or fatigue. Many types of yoga are quite physical, improving your muscle tone and strength. Yoga poses strengthen the core, leading to stronger abdominal muscles and a healthier back. A strengthened core and increased flexibility lead to better posture. Paying attention to your breath can help you relax, release stress, and stay calm. Furthermore, yoga has been found to lower blood pressure and slow the heart rate, and has been linked to lowered cholesterol and triglyceride levels, and better immune system function.
Meets: Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:00 PM