General Membership Pricing
Drop in Classes
$5 Drop In Zumba Fitness and Yoga (and all students)
$10 Drop In Lunch Classes (40 min classes)
$12 Drop In for all other classes on Group Fitness Schedule (excluding 6am Kickboxing)
11 General Class Punch Card
$55 ALL general classes (6am Kickboxing excluded)
Month to Month
Unlimited General Classes (excluding 6am Kickboxing) $45 with 3 month or more automatic withdrawal ($55 without automatic withdrawal)
FAMILY RATE: $75 up to 4 family members in same household with 3 month minimum automatic withdrawal ($100 without automatic withdrawal)
This the perfect workout for fitness. It is a music driven approach to aerobic strength & muscular conditioning including Barre. Feeling a little hesitant, or want that confidence boost you need to get into any of the fun classes offered? This class is made for you! Our goal at Cleveland Fitness Studios is to make sure there is a fun and safe class for every body type that will help you bring your fitness goals to the next level and help you achieve your personal best.
The class that started the dance-fitness revolution and changed the way we look at a “workout” forever. It’s fun, effective and best of all? Made for everyone! No experience necessary. Dance and Shake your way into a smaller pants size. All classes are taught the same Zumba fitness routines which are handpicked by management. So, no matter what instructor you get, you will get the same amazing workout! Class routines and music are switched out every 8 weeks. $5.00 drop in only!
Tabata training, also known as the Tabata Protocol, is new type of high intensity interval training designed to get your heart rate up in that very hard anaerobic zone for short periods of time. The reason? This type of workout helps you burn more calories both during and after your workouts.
Tabata training follows a specific format:
- 20 seconds of a very high intensity exercise (e.g., sprints)
- 10 seconds of rest
- Repeat 8 times for a total of 4 minutes
Strength & Core: Build muscle and support a healthy body with this essential TRX strength workout. We begin with basic exercises and show you how to scale them to make them as challenging as you can handle.
TRX Cardio Circuit: Get your blood pumping with this TRX circuit class that will utilize other equipment along with the suspension trainers to obtain maximum anaerobic results. There will be sweat.
TRX Flow: Challenge yourself with a little flow, rhythm, balance and a lot of TRX suspension. Build real strength and tone like never before in your arms, shoulders, back, derriere, and legs. After a few sessions of TRX Flow, you will emerge re-formed.
The standard fitness boot camp offers all or most of the following:
- A small group environment (six to ten people).
- An open public outdoor space such as a park.
- Orientation – Your first session should include time for completing paperwork, reviewing the class rules and safety guidelines and performing a basic fitness assessment if that hasn’t been done.
- Warm Up – Each session should start with a 10 minute warm-up.
- Workout – The 30-40 minute workout will typically include:
- push ups
- Interval training
- Squat thrusts or burpees
- Speed training with sprints
- Core strength
- Team competitions
- Partner exercises
- Obstacle courses
- Cool down and stretching. The session will end with some gentle stretching and possibly some education and homework.
- Fitness retesting. At the end of fitness boot camp, you will typically repeat the original fitness assessment to determine your results.
An action-packed workout that combines a series of punching and kicking combinations, this class improves strength, muscle tone and endurance. It’s an intense workout for the participant who wants a challenge.
(pronounced: puh-lah-teez) improves your mental and physical well-being, increases flexibility, and strengthens muscles. Pilates uses controlled movements in the form of mat exercises or equipment to tone and strengthen the body. For decades, it’s been the exercise of choice for dancers and gymnasts (and now Hollywood actors), but it was originally used to rehabilitate bedridden or immobile patients during World War I.
Pilates is a body conditioning routine that seeks to build flexibility, strength, endurance, and coordination without adding muscle bulk. In addition, Pilates increases circulation and helps to sculpt the body and strengthen the body’s “core” or “powerhouse” (torso). People who do Pilates regularly feel they have better posture, are less prone to injury, and experience better overall health.
Exercise and physical activity are good for just about everyone, including older adults. There are four main types and each type is different. Doing them all will give you more benefits.
- Endurance, or aerobic, activities increase your breathing and heart rate. Brisk walking or jogging, dancing, swimming, and biking are examples.
- Strength exercises make your muscles stronger. Lifting weights or using a resistance band can build strength.
- Balance exercises help prevent falls
- Flexibility exercises stretch your muscles and can help your body stay limber
For more information concerning Personal Training call 423-326-8586.