Stroller Strides is the country's largest and fastest growing fitness program for new moms. The stroller workout combines a fitness power walk and body toning intervals where we use exercise tubing, the environment,and your stroller. The first class is always FREE! Come start your day off right!
OKC Zumba's registered dietitian and certified hardbody Kerri Whitley has firmed and shaped corpuses through gleeful fitness sessions for 18 years. In her Zumba classes, she employs a fun fusion of Latin rhythms, easy-to-follow dance-aerobics moves, and spellbinding salsa to hypnotize bodies into a trance state of startling vigor and fortitude. The alternating high- and low-intensity movements render it a delightful workout for both beginner and advanced exercisers as it moves from warm-ups to routines like merengue, mambo, reggaeton, and cha-cha over the course of a 50-minute class that stretches endurance, keeps the heart pumping, and woos passing pan flute-playing satyrs. To commemorate your dance-a-thon, you'll get to gird your revered wrist in a fancy Zumba bracelet.
The anatomical experts at Performance Life Chiropractic and Wellness employ advanced techniques to assist patients in powering through the rigors of work and recreational activities. Before treatment commences on the Vforce machine, spinal gurus examine each participant's individual condition by performing a full chiropractic evaluation and asking a series of unanswerable riddles. This process takes about an hour, but may be expedited for applicants who have filled out the new patient paperwork prior to visiting. During vibratory Vforce workouts, dual-oscillating motors shake a platform flanked by hand rails, helping to stimulate weight loss, speed up lean-muscle growth, and reduce pain, as well as increase range of motion. Much like a training montage in a karate movie, the road to wellness involves a three-day/week fitness regimen of 15-minute sessions and a soundtrack arranged by Survivor.
Koko FitClub’s automated personal-training system rockets both men and women toward fitness goals with 30-minute custom workouts that incorporate cardio and strength training. An initial consultation determines fitness levels and baseline measurements, which Koko’s computerized equipment uses to design a tailored workout plan that precisely measures the weight, pace, and rest time appropriate for each exerciser.
The Koko machines guide exercisers through each workout and adapt as the user’s fitness needs change in order to constantly challenge the body. Designed by professional trainers, workouts maximize the body’s lean-muscle mass, which can boost metabolism and help fight off disease by challenging viruses to kickboxing matches. Exercisers can track their shrinking waistlines and swelling muscles online by analyzing workout scores and comparing individual fitness levels to the Koko FitClub community.
When she signed up for her first yoga class in 2001, Namaste Yoga's owner Debbie Wog was simply looking for a way to stay in peak physical condition. However, as she moved through each pose, Ms. Wog discovered a growing strength in body, mind, and spirit. More than 10 years and three yoga certifications later, she now leads a schedule of morning and evening classes that blend together elements of Hatha, Ashtanga, Anusara, and Pilates. These sessions, which are suitable for all skill levels, range from restorative yoga, in which students cycle through relaxing poses and breathing exercises, to hot yoga, which uses heat to build strength and balance. Ms. Wog also welcomes yogis aged 8–15 during youth sessions, allowing them to stretch minds, bodies, and pockets filled with silly putty across the studio's carpeted floors.
In most cases, a 95-degree room would not be conducive to learning—unless you're attending Balance Yoga Barre's Hot Pilates class. Each session increases blood flow and torches calories while flushing toxins from the body. Through a mix of Pilates principles and high-intensity interval training, participants sculpt long lean muscle mass, burn fat, and increase fitness levels while creating a stronger core and boosting flexibility in a 85- or 95-degree heated room. Those who prefer cooler settings can opt for Hot Yoga Flow, a blend of many different styles, or barre classes, which incorporate ballet moves along with yoga and Pilates.