You may have noticed our large group schedule has changed, we’ve consolidated the number of classes on the schedule to two categories, Body Camp 2.0 and Kettlebell and Core. With the changes that have been made to the large group classes, I wanted to give you guys an understanding of why the changes have been made, what changes have been made and what is the best way to select which classes are right for you.
Why the changes have been made?
Our large group classes were designed to get people closer to their fitness goals; with so many goals we wanted to offer as many products as possible… We had Body Camp, Metabolic Burn, Cardio Strength, Training for Warriors, and Kettlebell and Core. When asking members what their goals were, answers ranged from wanting to learn how to work out safely, while some just want to burn a couple extra calories to complement the workouts they are already doing. Rather than try to separate all the different goals into individual classes, we decided to make one class format that focuses on these various areas of fitness on different days.
What changes have been made?
The name Body Camp refers to our signature class, which will have two variations: Sweat and Lift. Every week for four weeks, the classes will become progressively more challenging to make sure you are staying on track with your goals, and be challenged. All our signature classes will still follow our philosophy of full-body functional training which is rooted in the science of human movement, but each day will have an emphasis.
– Monday: Body Camp Sweat – This day will focus on metabolic conditioning (a fancy word for getting your heart rate up and keeping it there), a great class to wake the body up after the weekend and get ready for what’s to come for the rest of the week.
– Tuesday: Body Camp Lift – This day will focus on working out the largest groups of muscles in our body, the lower body. The focus of this day will help build the foundation of our inner athlete.
– Wednesday: Body Camp Sweat – This day will focus on releasing your inner athlete, the day’s focus will include Speed, Agility and Quickness drills, kettlebell complexes and multi-directional work.
– Thursday: Body Camp Lift – This day will focus on upper body, whether it be getting you closer to your pull-up goal, or look for an excuse to go sleeveless, this is the class for you.
– Friday: Body Camp Lift – This day will focus on the body connection between upper and lower body, your core. This day will be filled with exercises that challenge your mid-section way beyond basic crunches.
– Saturday: Body Camp Sweat – This day will focus on total body conditioning, which is ideal for the weekend warrior pressed for time.
– Sunday: Body Camp Sweat – This day will focus on total body conditioning, which is ideal for the weekend warrior pressed for time.
** Our 6 & 7 AM classes will remain 45-minutes in length to get you on your way to work
Which classes are right for me?
We want you to choose the classes to take first based on what your goals are, and answering these two questions:
- What are my fitness goals, and which are most important to me right now?
- How many times per week can I work out? This question should include what your schedule demands and what level of fitness are you currently.
What are you waiting for?
Click here to sign up for our brand new Body Camp 2.0!
If you have any questions, concerns, or any questions how to use this change in schedule more efficiently, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Still changing the game, one sweaty rep at a time!