Staying active aids in the prevention of many unfortunate events, ranging from the appearance of screensavers on faces to the need to peel furniture upholstery from backs. Stave off the unsavory side effects of inertia with today’s Groupon: for $29, you get one month of unlimited fitness classes at Bodies in Motion (a $59 value). Choose from Zumba, PiYo, Thai-Robics, or yoga classes.
Bodies in Motion encourages patrons to shake up tired workout routines or lay the groundwork for building brand-new ones with a varied approach to fitness classes. Zumba, a hybrid of interval-training sessions and intoxicating Latin rhythms, inspires fitness seekers to samba toward slimmer physiques with easy-to-follow dance moves. For patrons who identify more with kung-fu pandas than salsa dancers, a month of unlimited Thai-Robics classes lets them air punt and punch toward cardiovascular health and steely muscles with a blend of kickboxing, martial arts, and other strength-training moves. Strength-building PiYo classes blend Pilates and yoga in a workout suitable for all fitness levels, offering challenging progressions to test more advanced students of muscle mind-control. PiYo adopts the Pilates principles of control, center, concentration, precision, breathing, and waiting at least thirty minutes after eating to go swimming. Traditional yoga classes utilize asanas, or full-body postures, to prepare minds and bodies for meditation, sun salutating toward a fitter figure and an improved relationship with our planet's molten solar neighbor.
Bodies in Motion
The multifaceted fitness facility Bodies in Motion keeps every family member active with its fitness programs, martial arts classes, and children’s activities. During open play sessions, kids run and jump on a massive play structure complete with four giant slides. Preschoolers build cognitive abilities and develop confidence during programs such as Strong Totz, which teaches kids how various sports work.
While kids play, parents burn calories with aerobic kickboxing or extreme conditioning classes, or they cement their trust on high-ropes courses for couples. Parents and kids refuel at the onsite Sandella's Flatbread Café, which serves healthy food such as quesadillas, paninis, and wraps.
“I am terrified of heights, but the staff were all very supportive and helped me through the course!”
“Everyone there is very nice, patient and knowledgable. The food was delicious too!”
“Work out your arms at least a month prior, it's all arm strength. ”
729 W Diamond St.
Boise, Idaho 83705