Group Fitness Schedule

Winter 2019 Fitness Schedule is effective January 14, 2019

All  of the RDA Group Fitness Classes are fully adaptable. Our classes are beginner friendly yet challenging for experienced members. Our awesome  instructors will help you take your fitness to the next level…..
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RDA GROUP FITNESS CLASS DESCRIPTIONS

Spin – Instructor led indoor cycling.  The instructor will lead you through a warm-up, steady up tempo cadences, sprints, and climbs with a final cool down.  You control the resistance on your bike to make pedaling as easy or difficult as you choose.  This is a great Cardio workout for all levels of experience!

Tabata – An interval based workout consisting of segments called “Tabatas”.  Each Tabata is 4 minutes of high-intensity training, alternating between 20 seconds of max training (strength or cardio) followed by a 10-second rest for a total of 8 rounds. The exercises will be varied using body weight, cardio and resistance equipment.  Workouts are fast-paced, fun and burn tons of calories.

Zumba – An easy to follow (and super fun!) high-energy dance workout set to Latin, international and pop music.  Class is interval format combining fast paced and slower rhythms into an hour of pure cardio FUN.  There are no wrong moves in Zumba so you don’t need to be a great dancer to enjoy the class … So join the party and forget about the workout!

Full Body Fitness – 15 minute warm up on the spin bikes or treadmills, followed by the strength portion which consists of basic strength moves mixed with intermediate level plyometric moves.  Everything can be modified.  This class is great for beginners who are ready for a challenge.  Box jumps, kettle bell swings, burpees and wall ball exercises are all part of this program.

Barbells Tone and strengthen your entire body using barbell, dumbbell and body weight exercises to target all the major muscle groups. Your instructor will guide you through a total body resistance workout emphasizing proper form with energizing music to push you to the finish.

YogaA mixed-level alignment based Hatha Yoga Flow class designed for everyone.  This class concentrates on physical health/mental well-being achieved through breath work, poses, and meditation.  There is a heavy emphasis on alignment designed to keep the participant safe while improving flexibility, building strength, and cultivating inner peace.

Hip-Hop to HealthAn easy to follow, super energetic, outrageously fun, step by step dance class. Throughout the course of two classes a full routine will be taught, however members can join the class at any time and will be able to easily catch on to the routine.  This class is very beginner friendly and encourages participants to make the dance their own.    Grab a friend, have some laughs, and enjoy learning hip-hop, all while engaging in a great workout! 

Balance – Strength – Stretch for Seniors – A fitness class for ages 55 and older to improve balance, build strength, increase bone density, improve range of motion, and build endurance.  It is a functional fitness class designed to help make everyday tasks for the older individual easier and to help them maintain their independence as they age.

 Mind/BodyIs a combination class of yoga, Pilates, and resistance training using light weights, resistance bands, stability balls, and other fitness accessories.  All exercises are low impact designed to combat osteopenia, osteoporosis, and arthritis, build core strength, improve balance and posture, decrease common middle age aches and pains, and cultivate mindfulness from within.

Yoga Nidra MeditationIs a guided meditation that hovers the participant in a state between wakefulness and sleep that is conducive to deep emotional and physical healing, rewiring your brain and self-exploration.  Often referred to as “yogic sleep”.  Thirty minutes of yoga nidra is believed to be equivalent to 4 hours of sleep!

Chair YogaA yoga class done in and around a chair to build strength, bone density, core stability, flexibility, and focus.  The class is designed for those who have limitations in the hips, knees, ankles, and/or feet or for people could simply benefit from the support of the chair in specific yoga poses. 

H.I.I.T. A total body workout that utilizes weights, body bars and resistance bands.  This is a great workout for the beginner as well as the experienced member.  This group fitness class is led with high energy and motivational encouragement!

Body SculptA total body workout that utilizes weights, stability balls, your own body weight, and resistance bands. This is a significant workout for both experienced members as well as beginners. This hour long class is led with a great amount of energy and encouragement. 

Barre Fit – This 45 minute full body workout uses a combination of postures inspired by ballet and other disciplines like yoga, Pilates, and functional training. The barre is used as a prop while doing exercises that focus on isometric strength training combined with high reps of small range-of-motion movements.  You’ll also use balls, bands, slides, and light handheld weights to sculpt, slim, and create long lean powerful muscles.

Barre PlusThis 60 minute full body workout uses a combination of postures inspired by ballet and other disciplines like yoga, Pilates, and functional training. The barre is used as a prop while doing exercises that focus on isometric strength training combined with high reps of small range-of-motion movements.  You’ll also use balls, bands, slides, and light handheld weights to sculpt, slim, and create long lean powerful muscles.

Muscle SchoolIs an educational experience to help you get the most out of your workouts. In a world driven by social media, where everyone claims to be an expert, this one hour hands-on session destroys misguided workout myths and bro-science by using real science to help  you make the most of your time at RDA Fitness. Learn proper technique to get the best results from an exercise and find out which variations are best options for your physical structure and fitness goals. Let the gains begin!

 

 

 

 

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