Ever since The Alaska Club opened its first location in 1986, they've been striving to serve their members by adding amenities, classes, and opening new locations. Though each location’s offerings vary, they supplement their well-stocked fleets of cardio machines and strength equipment with cycling studios, climbing walls, basketball courts, swimming pools, and play centers for the kids. The club also offers spa services including massages, facials, hydromassage beds, tanning, and saunas.
Group fitness classes include yoga, step aerobics, and Pilates, and personal trainers stand at the ready to help clients focus on fitness goals. The clubs also offer swim lessons and summer camps for kids, setting in stone their commitment to making The Alaska Club a place for the whole family.
Okamoto's Karate's dedicated karate and tae kwon do instructors transform pedestrians of all ages and experience levels into finely calibrated martial artists within fully mirrored training facilities replete with changing rooms. During a diverse lineup of classes, the highly trained staffers shepherd students aged 4 to typewriter-user through a dynamic training system that fuses Japanese karate with Korean tae kwon do, working to lay the foundation for active and confident lifestyles. In addition to hosting classes for average citizens and out-of-shape superheroes disguised as average citizens, the studio is also home to the world-championship team, Team Alaska, which has been featured on ESPN's worldwide telecast of the US Open & ISKA World Martial Arts Championships in 1999 and 2000.
At and T Sports Center in Palmer makes working out just a little bit more enjoyable.
Pick up a tasty meal at their restaurant, located conveniently within the gym.
Having trouble finding that family-friendly activity everyone will love? This gym is made for all ages, so little ones are welcome to come along, too.
Building a support network is ideal for weight loss or achieving great fitness. Let the personal trainers give you guidance and support when you sign up for a session with them today.
These cardio kickboxing classes feature a wide range of techniques to help you strengthen your body.
Cross fit could be the solution to your fitness goals.
At At and T Sports Center, you can easily find parking in the lot next door.
Founded by dancer Judi Sheppard Missett in 1969, Jazzercise and the network that it formed has mushroomed into more than 7,800 instructors teaching 32,000 weekly classes in 32 countries. Much like the opening arguments in any trial, every 60-minute session begins with a gentle warm-up to limber up limbs before jumping into an easy-to-follow aerobic-dance routine. Moves blend elements of jazz dance with kickboxing and the core toning elements of Pilates and yoga. Top 40 hits, jazz, country, funk, rock, blues and hip-hop pluck at brain strings to get bodies energized as sessions transition into a muscle-toning segment performed with dumbbells. Workouts conclude with a stretch and cooldown.
The Ice Cream Social is so much more than the name implies. Though the adjoining restaurant fuels kids and adults with Dole soft-serve ice cream, Pizza Man pies, and healthy snacks, the family fun center draped in colorful wall murals encourages children to let their imaginations run wild. Kids play with toys in the main playroom or partake in weekly activities, such as kids' karaoke and movie nights, in the events room. The Eagle River space also plays host to birthday parties and summer camps, and tots and grownups alike can learn a variety of dance style during its classes.
Above a wall-spanning mirror, All Life is Yoga clearly displays its key instruction for its clientele: "Breathe." With this focus on optimizing the respiratory process, patient instructors teach students to breathe, stretch, and pose their way to healthier bodies during different styles of yoga classes: hot yoga, kids’ yoga, restorative/prenatal yoga, active (Vinyasa) yoga, and meditation-based sessions. Circuit-training classes round out the schedule and work both minor and major muscle groups via a series of one-minute intervals.