GROUP CONDITIONING CLASSES
At WellBeing Fitness, our group classes are designed to challenge and motivate you to achieve your goals in a encouraging and inspiring atmosphere. We offer a variety of classes for all fitness levels and always offer assistance and modifications when necessary.
CONDITIONING CLASS STYLES
Strong Start- Coming Soon: Full body conditioning workout with elements of strength training and plyometrics centered around a cardio format. Tap into the host of health benefits from a full body workout. Burn, strengthen and engage!
WellBeing Group Conditioning - Coming Soon: A full body conditioning class focusing on core stability and including elements of pliability, strength training, plyometrics and cardiovascular fitness.
FitPlay with Caregiver- RETURNING SOON!: Looking to get in a workout while your little one burns off some energy too? Here’s your opportunity to take time out for yourself with a full-body small group conditioning class with one of our trainers, while your child participates in FitPlay, in our Group Fitness room. Fitplay is designed for children ages 2-6 to keep them active and create a love for fitness and health from a young age. Through games, songs and basic exercises, children will learn how much fun staying active can be. In addition, there will be a 5-10 minute discussion on nutrition and healthy eating and you’ll walk out with a healthy recipe for you and your child to try. This program is designed to be 2 separate classes with you in our training room and your child in our group fitness room.
Youth Athletes Agility: Athletic performance enhancement, injury prevention, speed work, and more for student-athletes ages 11-19 looking to advance their skill. Class styles change up each week to keep it fun and interesting and work on different skills.
Power Hour Conditioning: For High School and College Students: Taught by Makena Waterhouse Studio Intern: This cardio-intensive class will focus on plyometric, strength, and high-intensity training in an interval format designed to get your heart rate elevated followed by periods of rest.