Barre, Pilates, and TRX all provide an effective workout from which you will see positive physical results. All will help to sculpt and tone your muscles and improve your overall health.
Maybe you want to increase your flexibility or cardiovascular endurance, or perhaps you want to tone your muscles without bulking up or you’re favoring a past or present injury. Maybe you want to improve your core strength and posture. An awareness of your present fitness levels and future goals can help you decide which workout method will benefit you the most.
All workout programs require a fair amount of commitment in order to achieve maximum results, so factors such as the duration, frequency, location and types of classes available may help you decide which one is a good fit for you. Your level of commitment to any fitness program hinges greatly upon your level of enjoyment with the exercise methods employed. Although any amount of physical activity is positive, the more you exercise the better the results you will see.
The Bar Effect is a total body workout that lifts your booty, tones your thighs, legs, arms and flattens those abs. Utilizing the bar to perform small isometric movements set to music, The Bar Effect is the fastest, most effective, yet non-invasive way to change your body.
The reformer offers all of these Mat Pilates core-building benefits and more. The resistance of the pulley and spring system offers more resistance than what you get with just your body weight on a mat. You'll achieve even better posture and coordination than you would with a mat or classic fitness core routine.
Mat Pilates borrows from disciplines such as dance, yoga and classic calisthenics. The standard Pilates system of exercise uses many different pieces of equipment, such as the reformer, cadillac and barrel. But, the mat Pilates series of exercise is performed equipment-free, with the moves adapted to work with just your body and a floor mat for cushioning and support.
HOT pilates ALPENFLOW Co–LAB
Hot Pilates Co–Lab at AlpenFlow combines pilates principles with High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) and is performed in a room heated to 95°F. The pilates principles sculpt your body, creating long, lean muscle mass. Hot Pilates creates a stronger core, improves circulation, and increases flexibility.
Circuit training with a variety of resistance and high intensity cardio exercises. Improving both strength and endurance. Stations include TRX (level 2) performed to prepare the body for winter activities and daily life movements. Learn how to react to changes in terrain, while working on agility, balance, and coordination.
Whether you’re just beginning your journey into fitness or pushing towards your summit, TRX Training gives you a scalable, sustainable, fun, effective approach to help you achieve your personal best.