Knife Combative Class

This class is not only different than anything you’ve ever tried before, it’s possibly even necessary in our Brave New World! Our Knife Combative Class is based on a martial art with its origins found in Filipino and Malaysian style of combat. It employs training methods used to enable defense against an attacker by using knives, hands, and sticks. Plus, it’s cool and so are the instructors. Class is offered just once each week in 4 week sessions on Tuesday @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm and 7:30 pm -8:30 pm. Enroll IMMEDIATELY as class sizes are limited to 8 students per class. $50.00 per 4 week session. Starting mid-session? We will pro-rate the fees. DON’T WAIT!

Spin Class

Our Spin instructor, Robin Broughton, is the author of “Mountain Biker’s Guide to Single Track in West Virginia(2006 Quarrier Press) and “A Guide to Rail Trails in West Virginia(2009 Quarrier Press). She is a former mountain bike racer and adventure triathalete. Our Spin class incorporates intervals on the bike as well as light strength training. Come get a good sweat on your lunch break!

Open Gym

Kettlebells with Brandon

If you cannot attend BBC (which bookends most any day), then you MUST take this class! Our Kettle Bell Class is an awesome and amped version of BBC, using (You guessed it!) kettlebells. If you are on a lunch crunch, then this is the class for you. The class is offered twice a week for 40 minutes. Pay for both classes or just once a week monthly.

Ballet Barre

Offered twice a week, Ballet/Barre incorporates jètés, pliés, and ballet training with bands and body weights. The floor work consists of passes across the floor with bourré, plié, and various dance moves, followed by balances and burpees, mixed with ballet jumps, planks, and simple dance moves that elevate the heart rate. Whether you’ve had any formal dance training or not , this class is guaranteed to provide localized burn, intended to help sculpt beautiful legs and arms, and works to stabilize the posture.

Kids Bootcamp

Kids Bootcamp is a strength and conditioning group class for kids aged 9-15. We believe athleticism, or lack of it, isn’t simply natural: it can be learned and developed. Enroll your rough and tumble kiddo or your superhero-in-training, as well as your shy and timid child today! Emphasis in class is on efficiency of movement. From there, progressive resistance is added to build your child’s strength base, which no doubt will enrich their “life savings account”. Strength = Speed and Power! In a very non-judgmental environment, your child will not only benefit from injury prevention, but make new friends and have FUN! First class is always free. Be forewarned: At times, things might get a little silly, but we are always serious about our kids! $10/class

W.O.W. with Brandon

Women on Weights is group strength and conditioning class that meets three times a week for females. WOW has been an 8 year tradition that our owner Brandon brought with him from the YMCA. WOW originated out of a specific need for attentive strength training instruction for females wanting group exercise different from the typical group aerobic or “toning” class. Ladies of all ages joining the class benefit from physique altering group instruction, sometimes for the very first time! Add that to gaining lifelong friendships, and it just might become the only thing you do for your workouts.

Private Training

(info coming soon)

Bootcamp

Bring out the hidden athlete in you by joining Brandon’s band of bootcampers. This is NOT your ordinary exercise class. Emphasis is on moving better and building strength and conditioning using straps, bands, free weights, sleds, and other fun toys! We want to help you tap into the best version of YOU. If you pay close attention, you will walk away with practical gems of dietary information, as well. And hey, you MIGHT even meet your future spouse! Class is offered at a variety of times and days during the week. (Check our calendar for class times.) P.S. Brandon is not a fan of the old adage “No pain, No gain.” Instead, his motto is “Do no harm.”