Creative Ideas That Inspire

by Jessica L. Cline on Sep 24, 2014

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Get your clients’ hearts pumping with these intense class offerings.

CABARRET: Strong & Sexy, offered at MindBody Trendz in Cooper City, Florida, combines barre and burlesque dancing for a full-body conditioning class. The session begins with ballet-inspired moves that strengthen the core, legs and upper arms and then transitions to an upbeat, easy-to-follow dance routine.

Sportset® Health and Fitness Club in Rockville Centre, New York, diverges from the typical indoor cycling class format with Cycle Total Body. The session is split into three 12-minute segments that focus on cycling intervals and upper-and lower-body conditioning. Participants are separated into different groups that rotate through the segments before concluding with a 15-minute cool-down.

At Amenzone Fitness located in Scottsdale, Arizona, participants use a back-to-basics approach to increase their fitness levels. Amenzone focuses on a natural movement workout. Attendees use body weight and clean tires to increase their strength, flexibility and mobility.

Members of New York Health & Racquet Club®, in New York City, build strong, balanced bodies with The Metrix. This class combines isometrics, plyometrics and Pilates to increase participants’ strength, flexibility and balance.

At Fitcorp®, located in Boston, members get an intense full-body workout with Power Cruzin’. Instructors use high-intensity interval training methods, as well as various strength, cardiovascular and agility exercises, to push attendees to their limits.

Mighty Root, found at Root Yoga Center in Denver, zeroes in on a strong core. Attendees use a light medicine ball throughout the session to increase strength, flexibility and balance.

Breakti® Flow, offered at the OMFactory in New York City, uses break dancing techniques to help participants master yoga poses. This class focuses on unique transitions between poses that support hip and spine stability and fluidity.

At TRAINology Fitness in Chicago, members work in a different direction with GLIDEology. Attendees use glide boards to move laterally and target muscles that are generally underworked. The class takes participants through a series of cardio and strengthening exercise while using skating motions on the boards.

Members at Evolution Fitness in Boca Raton, Florida, choose from a variety of classes, including The Predator and Metabolic Madness. The Predator is a total-body conditioning class that focuses on dynamic movement. Metabolic Madness focuses on circuit-and cross-training to increase strength and endurance.

Cheerobix uses simple pom routines to get heart rates up and give participants a full-body workout. This class, offered at HiFi Fitness in Chicago, incorporates strength and cardio training into choreographed routines.

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About the Author

Jessica L. Cline

Jessica L. Cline IDEA Author/Presenter

Jessica is an Editorial Assistant at IDEA Health & Fitness Association. She graduated from Colorado State University with a BA in journalism and a BS in health and exercise science. She has a GFI certification from ACE and is working on a Health Coach certification. Jessica is a long distance runner who has competed in half and full marathons. She enjoys running, hiking, walking her dogs, horse back riding and any outdoor activities.