The Hottest Fitness night club in Denver!!! Fitness Clubbing, launching October 22 in downtown Denver, looks like a nightclub, feels like a nightclub, and sounds like a nightclub.
Whether you’re 16 or 96, Fitness Clubbing is the only European clubbing experience in America t
Zumba Pachanga offers up a steaming platter of exercise that's more enjoyable than riding manatees. Zumba combines thrumming Latin rhythms and music with simple, heart-pumping choreography. Owners Jamie and Felix Ojeda are bilingual, energetic, and certified Zumba enthusiasts itching to instruct fitness pilgrims on the rhythms of salsa, cumbia, bachata, samba, and more. Though Latin dancing brings forth collegiate memories of doing the Cotton Eye Joe during Dead Languages 101, in actuality it emphasizes movement through the hips and waist to build core strength and burn calories. Partake in this dance feast with the studio's flexible schedule, which offers classes six to seven days a week at a variety of times and includes the new Zumba Toning class that incorporates weighted sand sticks and strength training into traditional Zumba moves. Each class lasts for about 60 minutes.
School your soles in a subject more useful than the rules of courtly love, cuneiform calligraphy, or the metric system with today's side deal. For $15, you'll get four swing-dance lessons worth a total $30 at 23 Skidoo!, a small studio offering lessons for all ages and skill sets. This Groupon is good for 23 Skidoo!'s 7 p.m. Thursday classes specializing in East Coast swing or jitterbug. Courses begin on the first Thursday of each month and take place on every Thursday throughout that month. No partner is required for enrollment and all classes take place inside the Mercury Cafe.
SkateStart owner Patrick O'Toole started his skating career as many people do: by falling down constantly while skating a faulty board. He wanted to spend time with his skateboarding cousins, so his father bought him a generic, unresponsive deck from a big-box store. It barely rolled and always cancelled their playtime last minute to watch soap operas. His junky equipment and lack of knowledge kept him from keeping up with his peers. It wasn't until his father surprised him with a safe, professional skate set that his cousins finally slowed down and began teaching him the ins and outs of thrashing cement waves.
Now in his 20s, Patrick makes it his professional mission to teach the next generation of skaters the proper techniques they need to enjoy the sport. He and his team of certified instructors use his patent-pending skateboard system that shows beginners where to place their feet to push off, perform an ollie, and avoid tripping a board's self-destruct countdown. In addition to imparting fundamental skills, their lessons also build up the confidence necessary to tackle more complex maneuvers.
Tran’s Fitness & Kickboxing’s trainers marry the ancient discipline of martial arts with the newest of newfangled technology to jumpstart each exerciser’s flagging willpower and defibrillate their steely resolves. Before each session, trainers hand out heart-rate monitors at the front desk so that students can begin to understand their peak performance and zero in on it. A 52-inch screen displays jumps in heartbeat frequency alongside the number of calories likely being burned by each participant. The system’s design tends to motivate people to push themselves, soldering strain and hard work to palpable results, and strengthening resolve during particularly fatiguing RealRyder and kickboxing sessions. Other classes forego the device in favor of old fashioned fisticuffs, including Brazilian jujitsu, which strengthens bodies and teaches people self-defense tactics such as how to leverage spindly limbs to best a bigger opponent.
Jason M. Anderson recognizes that hearing what's wrong with a golf swing is nowhere near as valuable as seeing what's wrong with the swing. That's why the Director of Instruction at Park Hill Golf Club's Tru Swing Golf Academy incorporates video analysis into each lesson, from one-on-one lessons to sessions with groups of four or more students. Jason also heads out onto the course alongside his pupils to engage in nine-hole playing lessons. The play-along format not only presents plenty of teachable moments but also reveals just how the player performs under pressure—which can only be measured on the driving range by blasting air-horns during each backswing.