This in-person program is designed to improve balance through functional exercises. Our goal is to reduce the risk of falls and improve confidence in everyday movement and activities. You'll work on sitting-to-standing, reaching overhead for objects, getting up and down off the floor, and standing on unstable surfaces. This session meets once a week for six consecutive weeks. Educational materials included.
Balance Maintenance Program
Weekly, in-person classes focus on helping you through a continued progression of balance training. This program is for people who have completed the Balance and Function program.
For more information or to sign up, email MeKayla Hines or call 919-660-6741.
Use kettlebells in a strength training routine. Each class works on a series of basic movements that promote muscle tone, growth, and weight loss. Use foam rollers to increase flexibility and blood flow. Classes are limited to 12 participants so everyone can receive personal attention. This class meets once weekly for six weeks.
This advanced strength training program is available to people after completing Level 1. We help you develop a strength training routine that includes aerobic activities and kettlebells. Classes are limited to eight participants so everyone can receive personal attention. This class meets twice weekly for four weeks.
Small Group Strength Training
These classes are limited to six participants so everyone can receive personalized help to achieve their fitness goals. Each class costs $40 for members and $45 for non-members.
Machine Strength Training 101
For men and women who aren’t currently doing resistance training and want to learn how to use machines for full-body workouts. We’ll work with you for three weeks to create two tailored routines during once-a-week meetings.
Small Resistance Equipment Strength Training
Learn how to use free weights, exercise bands, medicine balls, weighted bars, slam balls, stability balls, and gliding discs as part of a full-body workout. We’ll also show you how to improve your balance. Participants must be able to go from standing to lying down positions on their own. Meets once weekly for three weeks.
A small group uses an outdoor track area for a combination of equipment and bodyweight exercises for a strength-building and cardiovascular workout. This is a self-paced class and can be modified to your needs, ending with a full-body stretch. Please bring your own towel, mat, and water. The class will be held rain or shine.
Cost: $176 members, $200 for non-members
Morning session: Mondays and Wednesdays, 6:15 am to 7:00 am
Evening session: Mondays and Thursdays, 5:15 pm to 6:00 pm
For more information or to sign up, email Tanya Judd or call 919-660-6807.
Women on Weights
This program combines education and exercise to teach women of all fitness levels how to properly plan and execute a strength training program. Over eight weeks, you will learn basic muscle anatomy, exercises for each muscle group, and how to format workouts to meet recommendations and guidelines by the American College of Sports Medicine. At the end, you'll have the confidence and ability to use a variety of fitness equipment and on your way to reaching your strength goals.
Cost: $249 members, $286 non-members Meeting times: Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4:00 pm
On January 1, 2023, the class will start at 3:00 pm. See the events calendar for a full list of dates.
For more information or to sign up, email Cheyanne Oakley or call 919-660-6810.