A combination of Yoga, Pilates, and stretching. We have designed this class to improve confidence, balance, flexibility, and burn calories while listening to Christian melodies! Yoga mats and yoga blocks are provided.
This 16-week program from the CDC is a weight loss and healthy living program designed to reduce reduction chronic diseases like heart disease and reduction of high blood pressure. This program is in partnership with UTM’s Nursing Department.
Focuses on strengthening muscles and increasing range of movement for daily life activities. Participants can use hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles and a SilverSneakers ball. Often a chair is used for seated exercises or standing support.
The total body for a workout that improves cardiovascular health. This class will use resistance and cardio training techniques to improve endurance and help build strength.
A class that has a dance foundation with an emphasize on toning the total body through endurance and strength movements.
Includes kickboxing, weight training, cardio, circuit training routine that works the total body and is an efficient, effective way to sculpt your muscles and shape up all over.
After a quick warm-up, you are guaranteed to value your core even more during a 15-minute power packed class focused on the core. Core muscles are any muscle that supports the spin. That includes the abdominals, obliques and the back muscles.
After a quick warm-up, you are guaranteed to have a blast during a 15-minute power packed class focused on the core. Core muscles are any muscle that supports the spin. That includes the abdominals, obliques and the back muscles.
An indoor cycling class. Indoor cycling can help improve weight loss, endurance, stamina, and is a safe workout for the joints. You do not have to attend the whole class for your first time. Join in for a few songs and build up from there.
30 minutes of high-intensity interval training to thrust the muscles and cardiovascular system into an athletic mood. Movements in this class include but not limited to burpees, pushups, squat jumps, lunges, weighted power moves, and core exercises.