Power R.I.T. (rapid intensity training)      aka.  SCRAPPERS

  • Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:30-9:30 am                               

  • Monday, Wednesday 4:30-5:30 pm

  • Thursday 5:00-6:00 pm                                                      

Power M.I.T. (moderate intensity training)   aka. CHALLENGERS

  • Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00-11:30 am                             

Power G.I.T. (gradual intensity training)      aka.  CONTENDERS

  • Monday, Wednesday, Friday 12:00-1:30 pm                                 

FUNctional LB (lower body)

  • Tuesday:       10:00-11:00 am                                                           

FUNctional UB (upper body)

  • Thursday:    10:30-11:30 am                                                            

Yoga

  • Tuesday          9:00-10:00 am

Tai Chi 

  • Thursday:    10:00-10:30 am                                                       

Manual Dexterity

  • Thursday:    11:30 am -12:30 pm                                                    

Open Gym

  •  Monday:      8:30 am-1:30 pm and 4:00-5:30 pm

  •  Tuesday:      9:00-12:00 pm 

  •  Wednesday: 8:30 am-1:30 pm and 4:00-5:30

  •  Thursday:    10:00 am-12:30 pm and 4:30-6:00 pm

  •  Friday:         8:30 am-1:30 pm 

                                                  

Strength Training

  • Wednesday  4:00-4:30 pm                                                                     

One-On-One Training*

  • By appointment                         *Additional Fee 

 

Description of Classes
 
Power Classes

Classes focus on improving overall fitness, while working on postural imbalances and using deep-breathing techniques to maintain a healthy body. Non-contact boxing is the primary form of exercise, and is included in each class. In addition, classes will focus on specific needs and/or muscle groups on a rotational basis as appropriate. Three different classes are offered for Power, allowing everyone to participate regardless of cognitive or physical ability.

  • Power R.I.T. - The focus of this class is to improve overall fitness, while working on postural imbalances to maintain a healthy body. Classes are fast-paced, and transitions are rapid between exercises. Cognitive challenges are routinely presented, and participants are often performing different exercises from their peers. Physical and cognitive assistance is limited, and cornermen are encouraged to attend. 

 

  • May exhibit rigidity or bradykinesia

  • Impairment of equilibrium may exist

  • Slowing of body movements may exist

  • Balance impairment may exist

  • Posture and gait may be affected

  • Cardiac issues are not present

  • Participants can communicate clearly with coaches

  • Participants can self-modify

  • Cognitive impairment does not exist

 

  • Power M.I.T. - The focus of this class is to improve overall fitness, while working on postural imbalances to maintain a healthy body. Classes are fast-paced, and transitions are moderate between exercises. Participants perform exercises in smaller peer groups while others are performing the same exercise. Cognitive assistance is provided, and limited physical assistance is provided. Cornermen are encouraged to attend. 

  • Participants may be able to self-modify

  • Participants can communicate clearly with coaches, but pace of class may be slowed down to allow participants to understand instructions from coaches

  • Cardiac issues are not present

  • Posture and gait may be affected

  • Balance impairment may exist

  • Slowing of body movements may exist

  • Impairment of equilibrium may exist

  • May exhibit rigidity or bradykinesia

  • May exhibit cognitive impairment

  • Power G.I.T. - This class is slower paced with longer transitions between exercises. Participants often perform the same exercises as all participants in the group. Physical and cognitive assistance is provided. Cornerman are encouraged to attend and may be required in cases where significant physical support is needed. 

  • Modifications are provided as needed

  • Cardiac issues may be present

  • Posture and gait may be significantly impaired

  • Significant balance impairment may exist

  • Impairment of equilibrium may exist

  • Participant is likely at high risk for falls

  • Slowing of body movements exists

  • Rigidity or bradykinesia exists

  • Cognitive impairment may exist

Functional Fitness

Adapted from a variety of specialized training programs, focus is on moving bigger and faster in everyday life while counteracting a variety of movement challenges.  Two different classes are offered for FUNctional Fitness, allowing focus on a particular area of the body. 

Functional UB (upper body)

  • Focus areas include:  range of motion, strengthening, flexibility, joint mobility, crossing midline, reaching, trunk rotation, and posture

  • Moderate pace/longer transitions

  • Cognitive and physical assistance provided

 

FUNctional LB (lower body)

 

  • Focus areas include: range of motion, hip rotation, strengthening,  joint mobility, core strength,  balance, and gait 

  • Moderate pace/longer transitions

  • Cognitive and physical assistance provided 

Dance

Dance as a group activity can: 

  • Reduce stress and Increase levels of serotonin

  • Help develop new neural connections involved in executive function, long-term memory, and spatial recognition

  • Encourage feelings of inclusion and positive social interaction

  • Aid fluency of movement

  • Enhance communication and expression

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Tai Chi

Tai chi, an ancient martial art characterized by slow, flowing movement and meditation, helps improve balance and movement control.

A 2012 study, published in The New England Journal of Medicine, shows the benefits of tai chi for people with chronic health problems. Past studies have shown that tai chi reduces falls and depression among the elderly, and lessens pain for patients with arthritis and fibromyalgia.

Manual Dexterity

Classes address manual dexterity (ability to make coordinated hand and finger movements) and mental focus challenges

 Activities are focused on achieving:

  • Overall strengthening of the body through isometric techniques

  • Improvements in hand-eye coordination

  • Cognitive improvements

  • Improvements in Activities of Daily Living

  • Reduction of hand and finger rigidity

 

 

Form
Once a month, come work on goal oriented improvement of boxing or other form
Orientation
Come see what we are all about in an orientation specifically tailored to you. Learn about the gym and how to use all of the equipment. After this, enjoy a free week on us.
Open Gym

The gym is open to you at varying times to use at your own pace 

Strength

Prior to our Wednesday afternoon class, we offer 30 minutes of focused work using weights, machines, etc.

Nordic Pole Walking

Nordic walking is a total body version of walking that can be enjoyed by non-athletes as a health-promoting physical activity. The activity is performed with specially designed walking poles similar to ski poles. While regular walking entails the use of the legs,  leaving the upper body largely under exercised, Nordic walking ensures the active use of all the four limbs of the body. The active use of the whole body results in many health benefits like:

  • Improved balance for the body

  • Increased heart rate

  • Better vascular health

  • Better oxygen intake

  • Benefits to the hip, knee and ankle joints

  • Higher bone density