Fitness Classes in East Hanover


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  • Exotic Dance Workshops
    Featured in the New York Times and on The Colbert Report, Exotic Dance Workshops pole instructor Johnna Cottam has been earning attention by teaching women of all ages and flexibilities the art of exotic dance in a supportive environment. During the pole-dance basics class, students spin and swagger through a series of pole tricks, mastering how to slide in heels like glamorous baseball players.
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    17 Bloomfield Avenue
    Montville, NJ US
  • Diamond Gymnastics/Diamond Rock
    At Diamond Rock, climbers of all abilities clamber over 3,000 square feet of textured, sculpted surfaces, challenging their bodies and minds to pull themselves ever higher. The terrain ranges from sloping slabs to vertical faces to difficult overhangs, taking climbers up to 37 feet above the ground. But they don't have to go it alone. Help comes in the form of private lessons and group classes taught by experienced instructors. In beginner belay-certification classes, adults and kids aged 15 and older can learn how to wear harnesses and communicate with a belay partner to ensure a safe climb. Because Diamond Rock is located within a gymnastics facility, classes for younger children bring more fun by combining tumbling and gymnastics with climbing adventures, just like a first date with Spiderman.
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    182 State Route 10
    East Hanover, NJ US
  • Affinity Fitness
    The trainers at Affinity Fitness customize every exercise regimen and nutrition program to suit the health needs of each client. This approach emphasizes group classes as well as one-on-one instruction, and relies on workouts that incorporate more than one type of training. The schedule of more than 40 weekly classes includes boot camp, circuit training, indoor cycling, and Piloxing sessions. The studio also provides more unique classes, such as a Wing Chun and MMA class taught by a Hong Kong-trained master, and small group-training classes focused on a specialized format, such as interval training or extreme patty-cake.
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    50 Route 10 W
    Whippany, NJ US
  • Warrior Gym East Hanover
    Warrior Gym’s founder John Alvino’s strength-, core-, and conditioning-based workouts are designed to increase strength and decrease body fat to jump-start transforming your body. Training involves whipping battle ropes, doing handstands and chin-ups, and hefting kettlebells during routines personalized by one of the trainers who coach the sessions. These trainers create a motivating, positive environment and give plenty of personal attention as students sprint, roll, and lunge up and down the fairway of turf that runs through the middle of the gym and doubles as a mini-golf course with live human obstacles on the weekend.
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    50 Williams Parkway
    East Hanover, NJ US
  • Whippany Athletic Club LLC
    The Whippany Athletic Club is welcoming to both serious athletes and newcomers looking to start or maintain a fitness program. A 10,000-square-foot workout facility features onsite certified personal trainers, free weights, a boxing ring, and weight and cardio machines. The atmosphere here is no-nonsense and utilitarian. A rigorous class schedule features coed and youth boxing, full-body circuit training, and Crucible-Semper Fitness sessions. Come in to build muscle and burn fat, or get started on a whole new fitness program.
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    156 Algonquin Pkwy
    Whippany, NJ US
  • Revolution Indoor Cycling
    At Revolution Cycling Studio, founder, certified spin expert, and personal trainer Traci Sakellakis leads a team of instructors who know firsthand how life-changing—perhaps even addictive—spinning can be. Class leader Jennifer Giordano became hooked on cycling almost by accident: one Saturday afternoon 10 years ago, her brother invited her for a "leisurely" bike ride that ended up stretching a whopping 33 miles. She rose to the occasion, and now encourages others to meet their own fitness goals. Additionally, fellow staffer Christian Ramos was overweight and out of shape before he started cycling, but has since lost more than 80 pounds and helps students do the same. Motivating shouts and energizing beats from the sound system keeps students’ heart rates high as they pedal within the small, intimate studio. Some classes even feature themed music, such as tunes by "one-hit wonders" or a celebration of the British Invasion. Throughout the workout, the computerized Star Trac spinner bike provides continuous feedback on the exercisers' heart rate and distance travelled. The crew incorporates weight training and ab work into some sessions and also offers teen classes that are ideal for adolescent people or full-grown Keebler elves seeking stress relief.
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    28 Route 46
    Montville, NJ US
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