Equipment: Life Fitness, Precor, and Body Masters
Students should bring: Water and a towel
Registration required: No
Good for beginners: Yes
Average class length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: 5?10 people
Class location: Indoors only
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: We have lockers available for day use, but you have to bring your own lock.
Exercise is challenging, and people frequently give up on their fitness routines. How do you keep clients motivated?
We provide members with daily group exercise classes, certified personal trainers, and all the necessary equipment. Our friendly, helpful staff is also available all hours.
Do you run your gym according to a particular exercise philosophy?
If it doesn't challenge you, it doesn't change you.
What is a typical session of your program or class like for a student?
We offer all types of workout equipment and classes, designed for all levels.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
Gym members can also enjoy lap swimming and swim lessons. Our facility features showers, steam rooms, and dry saunas, and it's open seven days a week.
Nestled in 500 acres of lakeside woods, Camp Spalding encourages youngsters and teens in grades 2–12 to explore the great outdoors, giving them a scenic playground to go boating, bounce on an aquatic trampoline, safely scale rope courses, and learn the art of horseback riding. Founded by local Presbyterian churches in 1957, the camp's activities are led by fun and friendly college-aged staffers who help demonstrate Christian values and guide campers in discussing life's big questions in light of scriptural teaching. Camp Spalding also incorporates classic summer camp traditions, such as creating crafts, singing songs, and triangulating ballistic Nerf missiles to hit rival camps.
A locally owned fitness destination for 30 years, Peak Health & Wellness provides patrons with three facilities as spacious and well-maintained as gyms owned by a corporate entity, but as personalized as a family business. Guests walk into any location to find large workout floors stocked with rows of cardio and strength equipment, separate group-aerobics studios, and indoor courts for playing tennis, squash, basketball, and pretend jury duty. The personable staff of certified trainers lead 40 distinct fitness programs including group classes of Insane-X, X-Fit, and spin, while onsite childcare centers watch over the little ones as parents work out. An indoor pool is host to a number of different classes, and to solve the other side of the health and wellness equation, each locale hosts various nutrition programs and seminars.
With six aquatic centers scattered across town, Spokane Parks and Recreation champions summertime fun with well-equipped hydro-havens. With an adult (18 years old or older) or youth (3–17 years old) pass, swimmers can take advantage of unlimited recreational pool access. Most of the aquatic centers boast zero-depth entry for toddlers to safely wet their feet, as well as waterslides, separate lap pools, and the entire cast from Law and Order: Pacific Ocean Unit as lifeguards. Accompanying the maritime merriment, each facility also includes a large deck for lounging outside of the pool as well as adjacent parks and shaded areas for hiding from falling sunbeams.
In each of their locations sprinkled around the Spokane area, M?v Fitness Clubs provides gym experiences with convenient and luxurious amenities. Every club offers a little something different. A few are outfitted with basketball and racquetball courts, for instance, while others feature on-site supplement stores so you don't have to sneak into Superman's bag for a scoop of protein powder while he's changing in a phone booth. One thing each M?v location does have in common, though, is an eclectic menu of group fitness classes. Class schedules are divided into three sections?pool, cycle, and studio?with sessions ranging from yoga to Aqua Zumba.