Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Gym at work

Because I have my GoodLIfe membership (which is currently on hold for $5/biweekly) I never really checked out my work gym. Until today. And wow - the classes! They sound awesome! And for the same price as my GoodLife (work gym = $28/month and GoodLife = $14/bi-weekly). Every day there are two classes, one at 11:30-12:10 and one from 12:10 - 12:50 and each week the schedule changes, so I could do all kinds of different classes, which is what normally works for me. The instructors may not be as good as I'm used to, but I may get lucky. I think I may try it for a month, to make sure I go, and like it. It's $50 for one month, the longer you sign up the cheaper it is.

Now the problem? I don't want to cancel my GoodLife, becuase of my awesome payment, so I'm going to see if anyone I know wants to take over my membership for say, a year, and then we can re-assess where I am then.

Check out the classes!

All Ball: A 40 minute class devoted to exercises using the ball
Cardio & CoreFit: This classic fitness class is a combination of low impact movements and core strengthening exercises for your abdominals, back, hips, legs, posture, and balance.
Circuit: A multi level workout with diverse stations that will address cardio & strength also endurance & flexibility
H.E.A.T. (formelry Boot Camp): High energy All Around Training - Get out of your comfort zone and train the mind to train the body.
Low N Core: Low Impact aerobics followed by back and abdominal work
Muscle Fit: This class focuses on strengthening all the major muscle groups, on improving your musculature and the overall performance of your functional movement. The class will incorporate the use of STEPS, hand weights, body bars, tubing and the stability ball.
Pump N Crunch: This dynamic strength training class begins with a blast of step/cardio followed by a moving strength component utilizing the "Body Bar" and free weights
Sports Conditioning: A class designed to work on speed, agility and reaction time. There are specific drills that enhance any sport. Class sometimes held outdoors, weather dependent.
StepFit: The STEP is one of the best ways to burn calories and strengthen/tone your legs and buttocks. The choreography will progress at the pace of the class.
Stretch, Strength and Balance: A muscular endurance class using stability balls, Body Bars and free weights, then fully stretching each muscle group
Sweat: All cardio low impact aerobic class

2 people had this to say:

eurydice said...

i'd love to belong to a gym with classes. i work out in my condo gym... it's included in the fees and i don't want to pay more... hopefully the classes work out for you!

A. & J. said...

how much would it be to take it over? Please email me when you have a chance.