At Cycle in Motion, exercisers cover plenty of territory without ever leaving Maplewood. Pedaling furiously behind the lead of the studio's certified instructors, groups of individuals burn calories as they embrace different styles, approaches, and music playlists of each class. Cycle in Motion's schedule reflects that diversity, with class types ranging from traditional spinning and triathlon training to full-body workouts. No matter the class, though, exercisers can rest assured that the ride is ultimately theirs to control—meaning they can go at their own speed, pedal at a comfortable intensity level, and blast through pretend milk stands if they so choose.
At Viva Z Club, Z stands for Zumba. The dance fitness class that pairs easy-to-follow moves with Latin rhythms feels more like a night out on the town than a workout, like doing squats in a strobe-lit room. That's because it encourages students to sway, shimmy, and jump to catchy music as they also burn calories and tighten core muscles. And although Viva Z Club's main focus is Zumba, it's not the only class type offered. Barre-Lates blends a ballet barre workout with Pilates to strengthen and tone, and Nia creates a medley of martial arts, dance, and yoga for a gentle but effective workout.
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Certified head trainer Carlos J. Sanchez leads boot campers through an invigorating regimen of diverse exercises in morning sessions scheduled every day of the week. In efficient 45-minute outdoor sessions (held five days a week) or one-hour indoor workouts held twice weekly, fitness fanatics can tighten soft midsections without missing family outings or full-contact backgammon competitions. In supportive group sessions, trainees work at their own pace through a mix of yoga, calisthenics, weight training, and cardiovascular work. Maplewood's muscle masters advise campers to wear loose-fitting or athletic clothing and athletic shoes and steel themselves to sprint through rain and brush away the branches of ingratiating trees.