Zumba is an exhilarating, effective, easy-to-follow, Latin-inspired,
calorie-burning dance fitness-party that's moving millions of people
toward joy and health.
Lori, is an enthusiastic and fun loving Zumba instructor who tries to
focus on making her classes easy to follow at any level. She promises
to pump it up for those with experience and motivate those who claim to
be beginners. Her motto is anyone can dance, and if you keep moving you
will burn fat without even knowing you are working out! Great music,
positive energy, and routines that Natalie creates for everyone to
follow is what you will find in her Zumba classes. So come join the
party!Zumba Fitness Schedule:
Monday and Thursday 7pm
Saturday 10amYoga With Kara
Relax while strengthening your body internally and externally. Focus your mind while destressing from your long day.
Yoga Class Schedule:Tuesday 6:30pm
Have fun and get fit with friends and co-workers.
Meet new friends and workout Buddies!
- For all ages and fitness levels
- Outdoor & Indoor Training
- Sports drills, Martial Arts, Pilates Exercises and Yoga to condition & sculpt your body
- Total body fitness assessment included
- Special Needs Boot Camp also offered
Boot Camp Schedule Tuesday & Thursday 6am
Monday & Thursday 12noon
Monday & Wednesday 5:30pm
Included In The Cross-X Boot CampWhat is Pilates?
The Pilates "method," as it is now known, is an exercise system focused on
improving flexibility, strength, and body awareness, without necessarily
building bulk. The method is a series of controlled movements performed on
the floor (mat work), and the sessions are supervised by our specially trained
instructor. Pilates is resistance exercise, not aerobic (cardio), although the
heart rate will certainly rise for a deconditioned individual. However, it's closer
to weight lifting than it is to jogging, biking, or other aerobic activities, and
so you should consider it resistance exercise.
Two of the key elements of Pilates are core muscle strength and spinal
alignment. The core musculature is loosely defined as the spine, abdomen,
pelvis, hips, and the muscles that support these structures. Some of the
main core muscles are the erector spinae (located in your back along your
spine), the internal and external obliques (the sides of your abdomen), the
transverse abdominis (located deep in your midsection, this muscle pulls your belly
button in toward your spine), the rectus abdominis (the "six-pack"), and hip
flexors (in your pelvis and upper leg).