These programs are designed to build coordination, strength and endurance through a variety of exercises. Usually in circuit style Tabata (timed) trainings, kids will do a variety of movements which increase heart rate, tone, shape, and help sharpen their fast twitch fibers response time. Each Bootcamp is modified for the appropriate age level.
A combination of cardio and weight training exercises that includes some of the rhythmic techniques used in Pilates. Pound includes exercises that involve alternate squatting and standing to strengthen the inner and outer thighs, buttocks, core muscles, and back muscles. Colorful, light-weight (1/4-lb) drumsticks called Ripstix add an element of fun to Pound classes while they help exercisers count out the length of time they hold certain positions.
The practice of poses and observance of breath as a means to health and peace of mind. Yoga also teaches teens techniques for coping with the unique issues they’re faced with everyday—insecurity about their changing bodies, the enormous pressure to fit in, stressful schedules, and uncertainty about their beliefs and their futures.
Indoor cycling where each bike has a weighted magnetic flywheel. Changing the gears, changes the resistance to simulate outdoor riding in a group fitness setting. Participants will focus on endurance, strength, speed intervals, high intensity power, and recovery.
Zumba, which literally means “moving quickly and having fun” is the perfect way to incorporate exercise into kids‘ lives in a fun, easy way with multiple personal and social benefits. Additional benefits of Zumba Kids include: Easy-to-follow moves. Improves fitness. Improves coordination.