So as I have recently posted, I have been sticking to a three day a week full body workout with cardio days mixed in. Still, as I am such a big proponent of mixing workout up, today's and tomorrows workout have been changed.
Tools for your resistance training program…the Peripheral Heart Action System. Don’t worry…if it sounds scary, it isn’t! This is simply another way that you can perform your resistance training and it’s a variation of circuit training (Circuit training adds in the “cardio” portion of your workout so you get more bang for your buck!!)
We have the following classes weekly at Curves of St Marys. Curves Circuit with Zumba Fitness on Tuesday at 11 am and Thursday at 5:45. Workouts with Jillian Michaels on Monday at 11 am and 6 pm, Wed at 7 am and Thursday at 4:45. These classes all feature the new state of art equipment and Curves Smart Technology
Running a special throughout the month of June. One-on-one sessions $40/sessions instead if $5010 one-on-one sessions $400 instead of $500 One-on-one corrective or rehabilitatons sessions $50 instead of $60/ session10 One-on-one corrective or rehabilitatons sessions $500 instead of $600 Partner training $45/session instead of $55
There's still room to register for the bootcamp classes. Class one runs Mondays/ Wednesdays at 8 am, class two runs Tuesdays/Fridays at 7pm. Don't miss your chance to join a fun, supportive group and get the exercise you've been putting of to do. It's always more fun to sweat with company.
I'm starting two new bootcamp classes in LA. One will run Monday/Wednesday at 8am the other Tuesday/Friday at 7pm starting this coming week. Classes are $125 for 8 sessions or $20/drop in. It's good for all ages and levels. You'll even find some familiar UCB faces I've been torturing for some time now.
Like many fitness enthusiasts, I utilize outdoor running for a good portion of my cardio training.
There are so many benefits to running on the street, paved paths, or nature trails. I enjoy the sights and sounds of being outdoors. I also like running with a natural and free range of motion that indoor machines don't quite offer. The topography of the land adds automatic incline and decline challenges without pressing a button. The outdoor setting also allows me to enjoy another hobby simultaneously: Bird Watching.