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Location Time Class Room Level Instructor Share
Morning Classes
Lincoln Park 6:15am-6:45am FitFour
This high intensity class brings a boost to your heart rate and keep you burning calories for hours. With 4 stations, the class will bring together plyometrics, heavy lifting, resistance training and cardiovascular drills to test endurance and speed.
Studio 1 Multilevel Kristin Johansson Share on Twitter Download ics Add To Google Calendar  
Lincoln Park 6:45am-7:00am FitCore
15 or 30 minutes of concentrated abdominal and lower back work. Plan your workout accordingly to put this quick class on the front or back end of your workout routine.
Studio 1 Multilevel Kristin Johansson Share on Twitter Download ics Add To Google Calendar  
Lincoln Park 9:00am-9:45am Spinning Interval
This format is integral to any training program that is designed to enhance performance or competition. Interval training incorporates short, moderate to high intensity bursts to improve cardiovascular fitness and the ability to work comfortably at the anaerobic threshold.
Studio 2 Multilevel Sharon Uslan Share on Twitter Download ics Add To Google Calendar  
Lincoln Park 9:45am-10:30am Pilates
Pilates, founded by Joseph Pilates in the 1920's, is a system of musculoskeletal exercises. This class is a total body-conditioning workout that emphasizes correct alignment and posture as well as flexibility and torso strengthening exercises. This format is recommended for those with lower back problems and is appropriate for all levels of participation.
Studio 3 Multilevel Kristin Strom Share on Twitter Download ics Add To Google Calendar  
Afternoon Classes
Lincoln Park 12:15pm-1:00pm Spinning Interval
This format is integral to any training program that is designed to enhance performance or competition. Interval training incorporates short, moderate to high intensity bursts to improve cardiovascular fitness and the ability to work comfortably at the anaerobic threshold.
Studio 2 Multilevel Jessica Karp Share on Twitter Download ics Add To Google Calendar  
Evening Classes
Lincoln Park 5:30pm-6:15pm Pilates
Pilates, founded by Joseph Pilates in the 1920's, is a system of musculoskeletal exercises. This class is a total body-conditioning workout that emphasizes correct alignment and posture as well as flexibility and torso strengthening exercises. This format is recommended for those with lower back problems and is appropriate for all levels of participation.
Studio 3 Multilevel Kristin Strom Share on Twitter Download ics Add To Google Calendar  
Lincoln Park 5:45pm-6:30pm Zumba
Zumba fuses hypnotic Latin/International rhythms and movements. These easy to follow moves feature interval training sessions where fast and slow rhythms, and resistance training are combined to tone and sculpt your body while burning fat. No prior experience necessary.
Studio 1 Multilevel Dominick DeFranco Share on Twitter Download ics Add To Google Calendar  
Lincoln Park 6:15pm-7:00pm Spinning Interval
This format is integral to any training program that is designed to enhance performance or competition. Interval training incorporates short, moderate to high intensity bursts to improve cardiovascular fitness and the ability to work comfortably at the anaerobic threshold.
Studio 2 Multilevel Lara Brislin Share on Twitter Download ics Add To Google Calendar  
Lincoln Park 6:30pm-7:15pm Motiv8
This high intensity training workout is designed to increase aerobic and anaerobic capacity, enhance power production and develop overall strength. Short 20 second intervals at your "max" is followed by a ten second rest, the drill is repeated for eight total rounds. Six exercises per class are completed for an overall total body fat burning workout.
Studio 1 Multilevel Dominick DeFranco Share on Twitter Download ics Add To Google Calendar  
Lincoln Park 7:15pm-8:15pm Hot Yoga
Hot Yoga is practiced in a studio heated to 105 degrees. The temperature produces detoxification promoting a new, healthier you. The combination of heat and breathing exercises improves oxygen utilization. Some yoga experience is necessary.
Studio 3 Multilevel Jacob Greathouse Share on Twitter Download ics Add To Google Calendar