Aerobic classes are a great way to get started on your fitness journey, to change up your routine, or to simply increase your stamina, endurance and energy.
Workouts are available for all levels of fitness with no prior knowledge or experience needed. Our certified and professional instructors will coach you through each exercise move, demonstrate proper form and can provide feedback on your technique to reduce the risk of injury. The motivation, camaraderie and fun you experience while taking an aerobic class will help prevent boredom and keep you on track to achieving your health and fitness goals.
Over 80-group exercise classes are offered each week at The Lifestyle Center in two exercise studios that are equipped with state of the art aerobic floor and stereo equipment. Classes ranging from beginning, intermediate and advanced levels are open to all active members and are included in your membership. Monthly class schedules with times, days, location and class descriptions are available by clicking here and at the control desk located in the facility. Please review the class descriptions, as they will assist you in selecting classes appropriate for your fitness level.
Group Exercise Etiquette
Please observe the following guidelines for attending a group exercise class.
- Please be on time. Warming up is important to avoid injury. If you arrive late, please warm up prior to entering the class.
- Please be considerate of other’s exercise space. Avoid crowding in front of a member who has arrived in class before you.
- Please keep conversation to a minimum. It’s important to listen to the instructors for guidance and safety concerns.
- Refrain from entering the studio before the preceding class has finished.
- We strongly suggest that you do not use hand weights during the aerobic portion of class. Weights increase strain on the heart and can cause ligament and joint damage when used during rapid motions.
- Please wear appropriate attire as described under Dress Codes.
- Please refrain from eating or drinking in the aerobic studios. Water bottles are acceptable.
- Please avoid wearing cologne and/ or perfume to class.
All classes are 55 minutes unless otherwise noted.
* These classes require participants to be on time. For safety reasons, you will not be permitted to participate in Yoga or Pilates if more than 5 minutes late.
Combines a segment of cardiovascular exercise, a segment of strength training, ending with core training. This total body workout is open to all fitness levels.
Breathing Easy (Pulmonary Rehab Phase II)
Graduation from phase I Pulmonary Rehab or doctors referral required prior to participating in this class.
3-5 minutes of stepping with 1-3 minute intervals of weight resistance training.
A circuit class with a combination of athletic and dynamic movements. This total body workout contains an aerobic workout with elements of muscular endurance. All fitness levels welcome as you can work at your own pace.
F. I. T. (Fitness Interval Training)
F.I.T. combines strength training with cardiovascular intervals. This class will focus on challenging your balance, stability and core strength. Utilizing gliders, resist-a-balls and BOSU balls, this class is essential for strengthening and conditioning your core.
A full body weight resistance class utilizing variations of props to tone and sculpt the entire body. Appropriate for all fitness levels.
A self-progressive class focusing on development of the upper and lower extremities, body positions, movement skills, core strengthening, flexibility, stability, and balance. Perfect for anyone wanting to improve basic conditioning and strength.
For the post cardiac rehab patient and other individuals with special needs. Includes a blood pressure check, stretching, choice of cardiovascular exercise, and weight resistance exercises. A fitness evaluation is required prior to participating in this class.
This class incorporates a wide variety of aerobic and strength training activities. The instructor will choose from the following formats: R.I.P.P.E.D, P.U.M.P, 20/20/20, Tabata, Circuit or Box-N-Kick.
A self defense and martial arts oriented class which emphasizes techniques including; balance, leverage, deflecting attacks, maintaining proper positioning and escaping holds.
Children ages 5 to 15 years will learn the basic fundamental techniques of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu with emphasis on improving balance, flexibility, coordination and cardiovascular capacity.
Kenbudokan Goju Ryu, a traditional martial art that stresses body conditioning, self-defense, self confidence and self discipline.
Kid’s program teaching fundamental self-defense techniques in a game-oriented atmosphere.
Needs no partner. Popular line dances are explained, demonstrated and practiced.
Lower intensity class for the majority of those starting an aerobics program.
Perfect for beginners. Improve strength, balance, and flexibility by coordination of breath and movement. Safe for those with osteoporosis and aides in prevention.
Mat class emphasizing Pilates fundamentals, principals, and basic exercise. Variations and modifications accommodate all levels and abilities. Props may be used when appropriate to enhance the workout.
R.I.P. (Reps – Integration – Power)
RIP is a barbell workout that incorporates functional movement and strength training for both men and women alike. Every muscle movement (exercise plane) is challenged during this motivating exercise format.
Lower intensity aerobic class for seniors and those with limited physical abilities.
30-min. class instructed from a chair, for individuals with limiting physical conditions. Includes activities designed to improve strength and flexibility, as well as enhancing healthy attitudes for fun and fitness.
Cardiovascular and endurance class using a stationary cycle. Appropriate for all fitness levels as intensity is individually controlled.
Begins with a cardiovascular segment utilizing a stationary cycle and incorporating an abdominal exercise segment during the last half of class. Appropriate for all fitness levels as intensity is individually controlled.
Combination of cardiovascular intervals of cycling with intervals of weight resistance training. Guaranteed to give you a great full-body workout.
Balance and coordination class focusing on strengthening the body’s different balance systems by performing specialized movements in a circuit format. Includes regularly scheduled balance assessments to track progress.
This ancient art has been shown to have beneficial impact on the heart, bones, nerves, muscles, immune system and the mind. Tai Chi uses structure, flexibility, fluidity and power.
TLC Afterschool Kidz Klub
Class for children ages 5 to 12 years focusing on exercise through fun activities, play, games and sports. Registration is required. Call the Activities Department at (559) 624-3416 for more information.
75-minute class of specific Hatha style yoga incorporating different poses to explore the inner structures of the body, mind and spirit.
A mixture of body sculpting movements and easy to follow dance steps to Latin and international music. Routines feature interval training principles to a combination of fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body and maximizes fat burning potential.