Group Exercise Class Descriptions – Downtown Y
Attic 411: Functional training at its best. Learn proper technique from Personal Trainers in a hard core workout.
Cardio Kickboxing: Designed to maintain an increased heartrate while fine tuning your martial arts-style kicks and punches. Drills and short combinations included.
15 or 30 Minute Abs: Nothing soft about it. 10-15 minutes of hardcore abs.
Bootcamp: A high intensity, cardio and resistance training class that utilizes various equipment for a fun but challenging class.
H20: A water aerobics class for all ages; includes strength and cardio training using water resistance and water weights.
Strength Train Together: Combines strength exercises and functional training moves, utilizing a barbell, weight plates, and your body weight, to make you fitter and stronger. High-rep training and athletic movements are key components of this results-driven workout!
Pilates: Pilates is a mat class that strengthens the “powerhouse” and improves flexibility. This core training class is appropriate for all fitness levels.
Spin: An instructor-led class on indoor spin bikes that takes you on rides through flats and hills while you control the intensity.
Step: 45 minutes of heart pumping fun incorporating one of the fundamental pieces of group exercise equipment: the Step. This class is fast-paced and fun with choreography to keep you challenged.
T-Def: This class offers a full body workout improving cardiovascular health, muscular strength & endurance through weight training & body-weight exercises.
Yoga: Slow, controlled movements and deep stretches are used to release tension, develop flexibility and strength.
Zumba: A fuse of Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves to create a dynamic workout. Pound: Pound is the alternative group fitness class inspired by drumming!
Pedaling for Parkinson’s: A spin class designed to improve the quality of life of those diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.
Strength & Flexibility: This class offers a functional strength training, full body workout using body weight, barbells and dumbbells with an emphasis on yoga and pilates-based flexibility moves between muscle groups culminating in a total body restorative stretch at the end of the workout.