Have you been wanting to get started in the gym but don’t know where to start? Maybe you’re wanting to tone some muscle or build your strength or even start making progress towards your New Years resolution! Come try out our group fitness! We offer a variety of classes, everything from Bootcamp to Yoga/Aerobics. We even have classes scheduled weekly for seniors. Come and get a good workout in with great music, great variety and great friends!
Is group fitness included in my membership?
Yes! All members are invited to attend our classes!
Where can I find the monthly class calendar?
You can find our scheduled group fitness classes here, as well as under our “Class Calendar” tab.
How long are the classes?
All of our classes are between 45-60 minutes, if you have to leave early, go right ahead!
I am interested in being a group fitness instructor, how do I find out more information?
We would love to have you on our team here at AFC! You can give us a call or write us an email at [email protected] and we will get back to you!
Descriptions of Classes
**class schedules change monthly, every class is not listed**
HIIT Squad: A 45 minute class that incorporates high intensity intervals of cardio, bodyweight, and strength exercises.
Up & At ‘Em: A 60 minute class that incorporates a step with both aerobic and strength components. A very basic step move to get the heart and lungs pumping and is alternated with light weight exercises for arms, abs and lower body work followed by a cool down stretch.
Upper & Lower Body Focus: 45 minutes of strength and cardio solely focuses on either the upper part of our bodies (arms, back, and chest) or the lower part of our bodies (quads, hamstrings, calves, and glutes). We use all different types of equipment and different formats to keep our bodies guessing!
Spin/Step/Strength: A 60 minute full body class that consists of a 5 minute warm up on the bike, 20 minutes spin, step for about 15 minutes and then strength/abs, normally a 5 minute cool down. This class can be customized to fit participants and their needs.
Spin/Strength/Stretch: This 45 minutes workout combines a 20 minute spinning ride followed by 15-20 minutes strength training for upper/lower body and core exercises. The class finishes with a 5-10 minutes stretch. This class is aimed at improving muscular strength & endurance.
Body Blast: This 60 minute class is designed to improve strength and muscle definition plus a mix of cardiovascular fitness, making it a full body workout. Dumbbells, resistance tubing, bands and a yoga mat are used for equipment. The class ends with a 10-15 minute cooldown and stretch.
Spin & Sculpt: This 45 minute class consists of intervals of spin to get a quick but intense cardiovascular workout in combination with strength training. This is an endurance-building workout that also focuses on toning and tightening your major muscle groups. Sculpt is less about speeding through the reps and more about slowing it down and controlling your movements. Extra focus is given to your form and being able to complete each rep successfully.
AMRAP Mash-Up: AMRAP stands for as many rounds as possible. It’s a type of workout where
you get to move at your own speed and pace through a set of exercises for specific sets of times while still being motivated and encouraged by your fellow classmates. This 45 minute class combines cardio moves, plyometrics, upper and lower body strength, and core work. We use all different types of equipment to mix it up and keep things interesting!
Bootcamp: This 60 minute class consists of interval training, including strength and cardio moves. You can expect to be doing exercises like kickboxing, jumping, and plyometrics with rest periods.
Instructor’s Choice: 60 minutes of pure fun! You’ll never know what’s coming next. We will use all different types of equipment and different styles to get an awesome full body workout!
Intermediate Step Class: It started as a 45 minute class but I have extended it to a 60 minute as I ALWAYS include warm up and cool down stretching. Structured for those with some experience doing step aerobics. I do give options for lower or higher impact. The patterns may be challenging for absolute beginners but I wouldn’t discourage anybody from trying.
Spin & Strength: Mix of biking on the spin bikes and doing strength exercises with dumbbells, kettlebells, and/or resistance bands. A combination of cardio work using the bike and upper, lower, and core strength off of the bike for a complete 45 minute workout.
Weekend Power Hour: A full body workout using various weights and your own body weight to help promote strength & stamina. Great music, great variety and great friends! All levels are welcome!
MOVE & ROM for Seniors: Move your body through various motions to get your heart pumping as well as focus on a range of motion exercises. This one hour class of exercises may be performed sitting in the chair and/or standing using the chair for balance. This class is designed to improve cardiovascular, flexibility and balance.
Senior Fitness: This one hour class is designed to work upper-body and lower-body strength work combined with low-impact cardio to maximize fitness benefits. A chair and handheld weights are mainly used for equipment.
Cardio/Strength for Seniors: This one hour workout focuses on drills and exercises to improve strength and endurance. A chair and handheld weights, tubing and exercise ball are used during the workout.
Silver Sneaker Aerobics/Yoga: A combination aerobics class to get warmed up and get the heart rate up. We use some weights to work the arms during that time. The other half of the class is yoga positions and moves endorsed by SS, to work your legs, core, arms and we finish with gentle stretches.
Silver Sneakers Boom: A class designed for “Baby Boomers”. We have some fun music that some like to sing-a-long with. It includes aerobics and that works your arms, core and legs with weights, a small ball, bands, a chair and body weight. It ends with a cool down and stretching of major muscle groups.