Fit4Lincoln packs its schedule with small-group exercise classes that burn calories and build muscle. A martial-arts specialist from the U.S. Marines leads the 45-minute kickboxing sessions, which impart self-defense strategies while inducing sweat with punching, kicking, and timed multiplication-table drills. Yoga classes demonstrate poses that cultivate strength and flexibility, and the Butts & Guts session shrinks and solidifies abdomens and glutes with squats, lunges, and plyometrics.
Instead of handing clients lightning rods, Fit4Lincoln raises energy levels and torches fat by equipping clients with nutrition tips. During one-on-one meetings, the studio’s personal trainers devise specific workout goals and an action plan for achieving them.
Total Body Infusion owner Kim Martin knows firsthand how sticking to a regular exercise regimen can pay off. Over the course of three years, Kim jettisoned more than 100 pounds with a healthy diet and rigorous workouts. Now as a certified Zumba instructor, she fills her Zumba dance card with clients looking for the same transformation. Kim and her team of certified instructors lead dance-infused exercise classes that sculpt physiques in a festive atmosphere that is as much fun as a barrel of monkeys without the necessary cleanup.
Aspen Athletic Club furnishes workers out with weight and resistance machines for bulking up and a spin room for burning calories and raising heart rates. Group classes at the Aksarben and Shadow Lake locations let pupils choose from five different exercise types, from choreographed cardio sessions to yoga classes that challenge both the body and the mind. The Turbo Kick class sets kickboxing techniques to up-tempo music, and students of The Tone Zone session build muscle using dumbbells, stability balls, and disobedient wolfhounds tied to their arms. Class schedules run from morning to night, Monday–Saturday, allowing students to fit workouts into busy schedules. During the 50-minute personal-training session, members meet with trainers in order to fashion fitness plans customized to meet individual goals and the state's stringent requirements for collecting lotto winnings. After working out, exercisers retire to stress-melting steam baths before changing in pristine locker rooms.
Wielding wisdom and weights, M.A.S. Personal Training's fitness gurus liberate lifestyles by combining a varied exercise routine with a diet to elicit entertaining, effective results. Intrigued inductees procure three to four one-on-one sessions per week, which include a trainer-directed work out and a nutritional coaching session to up zinc's game. To merge practice with intent, the establishment also offers cooking courses and grocery-store visits. Classes are ideal for a social sortie and range in options from kickboxing to BootyCamp, in which svelte-seekers work legs and glutes running laps while hauling enormous treasure chests. The class schedule is updated weekly. Sessions are tailored to meet individual needs and goals, and changes will be made on a meeting-to-meeting basis or when a free weight sees its shadow.
Club Z Fitness’s experienced and licensed instructors lead groups through torso-twisting dance moves in Zumba and Zumba Toning classes. The courses seamlessly fuse aerobic workouts with salsa, merengue, samba, and end-zone-celebration-inspired dance moves. Each cardio-centric class gets blood flowing as dancers tone muscles, boost heart rates, and burn calories. As much of a party as it is a workout, Zumba sessions encourage a fun and lively atmosphere that often leads to budding in-class friendships and post-class dance-offs. Check Club Z Fitness’s class online schedule for class times.
Workout whizzes and novices alike will enjoy Zumba Influence owner and instructor Ashley Lenz's invigorating classes, which combine Latin-inspired dance moves with worldly rhythms from merenge to reggaeton. One-hour sessions can burn between 500 and 1,000 calories, as upbeat music charms serpentine holiday pies from winter bellies, and classmates motivate first-timers with interpretive dance moves of encouragement. Students of all ages can samba, belly dance, or mambo over to two locations for three evening classes–Mondays and Thursdays in Lincoln at 7 p.m., and Tuesdays at Concordia at 5:30 p.m. The Lincoln location has babysitters on-site to watch kids while parents work out, ensuring that youngsters will finish their homework with plenty of time to get started on the family's taxes.