Gyms in Garden City

12 or 3 Boot Camp Classes at Base FitCamp (50% Off)

CrossFit Acclaim

Airport

Through group boot-camp sessions, clients burn calories thanks to a series of dynamic workouts

$60 $30

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Five Aerial Yoga Classes at Karin Hobbs -- Aerial Yoga (65% Off)

Karin Hobbs -- Aerial Yoga

Boise

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$85 $30

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$20.00 for $40.00 for One Month Unlimited Group Classes at FIREHOUSE No. 6

Firehouse No. 6

Winstead Park

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$40 $20

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$19.99 for One Month of Unlimited Fitness Classes at Body & Soul Fitness ($40 Value)

Body & Soul Fitness

Winstead Park

Classes at this small workout studio include Zumba and PiYo Strength

$40 $19.99

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One or Three Months of Unlimited CrossFit at PowerSeeker CrossFit (Up to 78% Off)

PowerSeeker CrossFit

West Bench

Trainers present a combination of exercise methods, which helps burn fat and build muscle faster

$89 $29

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28-Day Fitness Challenge or Six-Week Body-Transformation Program at Warrior Fit Body Boot Camp (Up to 87% Off)

Warrior Fit Body Boot Camp

West Valley

Tabatas interval training and a healthy diet plan promote weight loss and strength gain

$159 $20

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5 or 10 CrossFit Classes at CrossFit South Boise (Up to 51% Off)

Cross Fit South Boise

Boise

Students achieve their fitness goals with CrossFit workouts that combine techniques such as weightlifting, jump roping, and hammer swinging

$50 $25

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5 or 10 Pole and Aerial-Yoga Classes or Specialty Classes at Ophidia Dance (Up to 51% Off)

Ophidia Dance

Central Bench

Gain upper-body strength on the pole, or test your flexibility during Aerial-Yoga classes; specialty classes add barre and hip-hop moves

$70 $35

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10 or 20 Classes at Commando Krav Maga (Up to 71% Off)

Commando Krav Maga

TEAM Hardcore

Students learn real-life self-defense techniques and burn calories during 90-minute classes

$100 $39

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$35 for 10 Dance Fitness Classes at Carpe Danza ($80 Value)

Carpe Danza

Inside Bronco Elite

Fitness classes such as Zumba and PiYo tone muscles, build camaraderie, and give students an intense yet fun cardio workout

$80 $35

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$39 for Ten Yoga Classes at River Time Yoga ($150 Value)

River Time Yoga

Downtown

Healing svaroopa yoga sessions help relieve pain through limb-lengthening postures and exercises that make use of props

$150 $39

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5 or 10 Reformer Pilates Classes at IM=X Pilates of Boise (Up to 59% Off)

IM=X Pilates of Boise

Boise

Trainer help clients build flexibility and core strength during strength and cardio routines that help folks shed pounds

$89 $40

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10 Barre Classes at The Cipra Method (70% Off)

The Cipra Method

Boise

Barre lifts, tones, and shapes your body with unparalleled results!

$120 $36

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Pick up a copy of Boise Weekly, flip open the Idaho Statesman, or tune in to Boise State Public Radio, and you might catch Ophidia Studio’s owner, Allison Holley, spreading the gospel of pole dancing. "It feels fun," she told Boise State Public Radio's Scott Ki. "It's kind of like playing on a jungle gym, and adults don't get that chance." Along with a coterie of experienced instructors, Allison casts off the bad rap of an activity that she says some see as "demeaning or degrading" in pole-dancing classes that build fitness and self-confidence in a playful atmosphere. Inside a hot-pink studio peppered with stationary and spinning poles, Allison and her crew walk students of all levels through a number of creative pole-dancing moves, beginning with spins and working up to inversions, choreography routines, and ceiling-fan impersonations.

Their expertise doesn’t stop there, though. The instructors also offer an arsenal of other sensual classes such as belly-dancing, hoop dancing, poi fire dancing, and Curvesque, which helps whittle waists and define the feminine form through fluid, dance-inspired movements. They also offer the more-traditional fitness classes of Zumba and body blast, along with yoga and its elevated counterpart—aerial yoga, which suspends students in a fabric sling hung from the ceiling.

4464 W Chinden Blvd
Garden City,
ID
US

Pick up a copy of Boise Weekly, flip open the Idaho Statesman, or tune in to Boise State Public Radio, and you might catch Ophidia Studio’s owner, Allison Holley, spreading the gospel of pole dancing. "It feels fun," she told Boise State Public Radio's Scott Ki. "It's kind of like playing on a jungle gym, and adults don't get that chance." Along with a coterie of experienced instructors, Allison casts off the bad rap of an activity that she says some see as "demeaning or degrading" in pole-dancing classes that build fitness and self-confidence in a playful atmosphere. Inside a hot-pink studio peppered with stationary and spinning poles, Allison and her crew walk students of all levels through a number of creative pole-dancing moves, beginning with spins and working up to inversions, choreography routines, and ceiling-fan impersonations.

Their expertise doesn’t stop there, though. The instructors also offer an arsenal of other sensual classes such as belly-dancing, hoop dancing, poi fire dancing, and Curvesque, which helps whittle waists and define the feminine form through fluid, dance-inspired movements. They also offer the more-traditional fitness classes of Zumba and body blast, along with yoga and its elevated counterpart—aerial yoga, which suspends students in a fabric sling hung from the ceiling.

2615 Kootenai St.
Boise,
ID
US

Coos, gurgles, and tiny handclaps form a soundtrack for Stroller Strides classes, one-hour sessions that are part play group and part workout, helping moms and tots forge friendships as they build strength, coordination, and flexibility. Certified instructors lead intervals of power walking and toning exercises that sculpt the entire body more effectively than bench-pressing babies. Workouts incorporate easy-to-use tools such as resistance bands and the strollers themselves, as well as environmental elements such as hills and trees during warm weather. Classes welcome moms of all fitness levels and babies who are 6 weeks old or who can grow a full beard. Stroller Strides also develops online resources to help moms connect with one another and work out in their homes.

415 East Parkcenter Boulevard
Boise,
ID
US

Muscular instructors help exercisers of all fitness levels slim silhouettes and chisel muscles with motivating boot camps, one on one personal training, and fat-evicting nutrition plans. During boot camps, a certified fitness coach draws on more than 15 years of experience to build up bodies with a series of high-intensity interval and metabolic resistance training. The encouraging trainer conducts a symphony of grunts as students strain to lift sandbags and tires within the indoor gym before hitting the fresh air to hurdle over motionless freeze-tag players and other outdoor obstacles. They’ll also compliment their rigorous workout regimes with nutrition guidance that equips students with grocery lists and recipes that ensure balanced meals.

814 West Jefferson Street
Boise,
ID
US

The Experience Dance & Fitness's instructor and owner Amanda Eames—a certified personal trainer and Zumba instructor—has developed rock-solid dance technique throughout her 20 years of dance training. Her skill and creativity blossomed under the instruction of such industry masters as Mia Michaels and Debbie Reynolds. Now, she and her staff help adults and little ones hone dance skills and shape up muscles through a diverse roster of group exercise and dance classes, which include cardio conditioning, Zumba, and core-strengthening Pilates. Kids’ dance classes foster a healthy lifestyle in little toe tappers as they learn such important techniques as leaps, shuffles, and the funky chicken.

11880 West President Drive
Boise,
ID
US

As the early-morning sky lightens and the sun paints the horizon in purples, blues, oranges, and yellows, a fleet of balloons takes flight. These are Boise Hot Air Company?s balloons?colorful inflated vessels bedecked with purple and yellow stripes, red checkerboard patterns, and the stars and stripes of the American flag. Captains take groups aloft at 30 minutes before official sunrise in baskets equipped with seats and dividers for added safety. Flying only in fair weather and usually at speeds of no more than 8 miles per hour, the captains pilot leisurely flights low over the countryside of rolling hills from March through November.

3340 Lakeharbor Ln.
Boise,
ID
US