About Cardio, Core & More!
This class offers a variety of total body conditioning that involves both strength and cardio segments. Never get bored. Each class is different, designed to change and target all major muscles groups – (especially your core) in a variety of ways. We utilize a mix of free weights, resistance bands, steps, your body weight, stability balls, and much more. High intensity interval training sequences are used to build your cardiovascular fitness while also improving your muscular strength and endurance. HIIT is a full-body workout that alternates between intense bursts of activity and fixed periods of rest. It doesn’t have to be high impact. The class is a rigorous interval training sequence with high-intensity exercises designed to help you push to your max without pounding your joints. Exercises are suited for a beginner to a fitness fanatic.
Build stamina, improve flexibility, and burn calories as you build lean muscle with fun and challenging workouts! You set your own bar for how hard you want to push!
- Fun, challenging, and effective
- Adapted for all fitness levels
- Modified for physical limitations
Session 1 ( 8 classes) 9/3-9/26 $64
Session 2 ( 8 classes) 10/1-10/31 $64
Session 3 (12 HOLIDAY classes) 11/5-12/17 $96
Class is held Tuesday and Thursday from 5:25p.m.-6:25p.m..
No Class held October 17th and October 24th (Session 2)
No Class held November 28th (Session 3)
How to Register
Register online or come to the class and register in person! Here is how you can submit payment:
- Bring a check or cash to the class
- Mail a check to the Department of Parks and Recreation
- Bring payment to our office
- Pay online (there will be a $4.95 convenience fee)
Fun, challenging, and effective.
Adapted for all fitness levels.
Modified for physical limitations.
Receive H.E.L.P ( Healthy Eating Lifestyle Plan)
All Classes include a FREE Body Composition
(includes BMI, Body Fat, Weight, Visceral Fat, Resting Metabolic Rate, Skeletal Muscle Mass)
Want more info?
For any questions about the program, please contact the Parks and Recreation Main Office or: