When it opened in 1978, The Court Club held only racquetball, squash, and handball courts. But as the fitness scene evolved, so did its facilities. Today, the club promises more than just on-court competition. It also offers group fitness classes, cardio and weight-training equipment, personal training, and rock climbing.
Total Ryder in Motion transforms traditional spinning workouts by simulating the curves and swerves of real road biking. The innovative RealRyder stationary machine can move laterally, making riders feel as if they are banking on a hard turn or dodging tumbleweeds in real life. The studio's curriculum of specialized classes can help students achieve their personal fitness goals, from burning fat to strengthening the upper body. Instructors also offer iRyde classes for kids and parents, because families who sweat outside of the home are easier to clean up after.
Instructors and personal trainers certified by Mad Dogg Athletics lead a range of fitness classes in the 2,800 square feet of BodyWise Fitness Studio. The intimately sized sessions include spinning on 20 new stationary Spinner NXT bikes, Latin dance-based Zumba, and yolates, which combines yoga and pilates exercises. Students can also slice their legs through the air in cardio kickboxing or enroll in a rigorous bootcamp to slim down, build muscle, and play games of frisbee with a drill sergeant hat.