Get Fit, Stay Strong
From yoga to cycle and zumba to HIIT, we offer a wide variety of group exercise classes. All abilities are welcomed! Check out our group exercise schedule to see which class works best for you!
During the pandemic we have several options for you to explore:
- In-person land and water classes with limited class sizes. See our Group Exercise Schedule for times and to register.
- Virtual (but LIVE!) classes on our Facebook Page (see our Group Exercise Schedule for times)
- Virtual classes on our YouTube Channel (Members, check your email for a link to our Members-Only playlist
For any questions about group exercise or if you are interested in becoming an instructor, contact Cathy at firstname.lastname@example.org or (320) 253-2664
7 Benefits of Group Exercise
1. Proper Instruction
Knowing the correct technique of any workout prevents injuries and will maximize your results. Instead of being intimidated to use particular equipment, a group class will teach you the proper way to use the equipment.
Going to a class with a friend or exercising beside a stranger is a great way to boost your ego. Being able to keep up with the class is great motivation for pushing personal boundaries and achieving goals, especially when the instructor is saying “just 5 more!” You are able to push yourself a little more to finish out the set with the rest of the class!
3. Make New Friends
In a group fitness setting you have the opportunity to meet new people, and make new friends. You get to meet people that you wouldn’t normally meet unless you were taking a class.
4. Routine, Routine, Routine
Scheduled classes are great for people that like to stick to a routine. If you know you only have one hour at the gym you can schedule your time according to the class you want to take and still get a full body workout.
5. Get a Full Body Workout
In most classes you work a variety of muscles throughout the class. You are more likely to complete a full body workout and challenge yourself if you are in a group setting.
6. Push Yourself Further
When you are in a group setting you are more likely to push yourself and work harder.
7. It’s Fun!
Working out in a group fitness setting is fun and takes your mind off of the work. Most classes have energetic music to keep you pumped up and get you going.