Being fit doesn’t have to involve running every day of the week. Staying in shape is all about having fun and trying new ways of being active. In Boise, there are many ways of staying active and many classes that you can try.
That’s why this week Bodies in Motion has taken the time to search the web for the five best fitness classes in Boise that will allow you to try new methods of staying in shape. Try one or try them all. In the end, you might decide that sticking with one fitness type a month is just too dull.
CrossFit is a combination of many types of sports designed to push your body to grow further than just any one kind of workout. It’s a hard course that required dedication and perseverance. However, it’s perfect if you are looking for something new and challenging. Often, you’ll find that a gym is more like a family with many members staying for years at a time. Any level is welcome to join.
Bodies in Motion is happy to add this fitness class to the list of options intended to get you trying something new and fun. Each time you strap glozed on, you know the rest of your life will take a backseat for 60 minutes. During these 60 minutes, you will be able to improve your strength, cardiovascular health, and even your confidence.
Classes are designed for women and man of all experience levels through easy to grasp and practice movements and sequences. In addition, Bodies in Motion is a MyZone enabled the facility. For no extra monthly charge, you will be able to track your heart rate, zone, and calorie expenditure in real time. Now you can be sure you’re having fun and getting in shape.
Although it might not sound family friendly, pole dancing classes are one of the newer ways to improve coordination and tone muscle mass. In general, these women only courses allow you to grow your confidence while losing weight and having fun with a group of like-minded women. Feel free to go alone or as a group with little or pro levels of experience.
If you like the drums, then this might be the fitness class for you. Your endurance, agility, coordination, and flexibility will be testing during this hour-long workout. It’s a class that combines cardio, strength training, pilates, and HIIT to form a streamlines class that conditions and stabilizes the body, all while playing the drums! A jam session intended to distract participants and keep them moving.
Barre is a class that uses a combination of ballet and yoga-inspired moves to allow you to tone muscles and gain coordination and flexibility. The course uses isometric holds with small and repetitive movements so that your body can focus on one group at a time. Though often a female-oriented class, many men have found Barre to be the perfect way of changing up their routine. After all, if football players practice ballet, there must be something to it.
Whether ballet & yoga, pole dancing, or punching is your way of staying in shape, there’s nothing wrong with trying something new. Changing up your fitness routine is the perfect way to keep yourself motivated and happy with your progress and activities. In addition, working out each day in the same class or with the same sport can give you burnout. Mixing it up can keep you in love with your old sports while introducing you to something new.