Spinning in Omaha


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  • Great Vibrations
    Squats, crunches, and other exercises only target very specific muscle groups. That's part of the logic behind the platforms at Great Vibrations. They spread the work across more muscles in the body, building strength and general fitness. The work is low impact, which means it can be appropriate for seniors, kids, and those with injuries. In fact, though the machines can build muscle and burn fat, they may also improve circulatory and vascular function in injured patrons. They're not the only ones who use the workout, though; it's also popular with internationally competitive athletes and professional football players. A menu of classes keep muscles guessing. The vibrating platforms also play a part in one-on-one personal training, which provides the nutrition and exercise tips necessary to whittle waists, demolish sandcastles, or improve athletic performance.
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    10858 West Dodge Road
    Omaha, NE US
  • Aspen Athletic Club
    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.
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    17725 Welch Plaza
    Omaha, NE US
  • YMCA
    The YMCA of Greater Omaha brings people together at 10 locations with character-building programs that strengthen participants' involvement in their community. Adults can get a head start on their New Year's fitness resolutions with body sculpting, Pilates, and other tummy-toning group fitness classes, while kids can expend some energy at a drop-in child-care center that is free while parents work out. YMCA members also enjoy reduced rates on swim lessons and youth sports, as well as free senior programs. All locations except the LaFern Williams Y offer indoor pools for aquatic antics that cannot be properly enjoyed in a bathtub's limited splashing-real estate.
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    13010 Atwood Ave
    Omaha, NE US
  • Nebraska Elite Sports & Fitness Complex
    At the extensively remodeled Nebraska Elite Sports and Fitness facility, exercisers work toward their health goals across more than 100,000 square feet of fitness equipment and tennis, squash, volleyball, and basketball courts. Patrons swim in a naturally lit, 75-foot indoor pool, and listen to music or watch one of the large flat-screen TVs as they increase their heart rates in the cardio area. After a personal-training session or group exercise class such as Vinyasa yoga, Spinning, or Zumba, guests relax or mingle with vacationing rubber duckies in the jacuzzi. The center also offers a number of opportunities for burgeoning athletes, including Youth 2 Elite, a performance-enhancement program directed by Andrew Wehrli. The experienced volleyball coach is certified in strength and conditioning by multiple national organizations and is currently pursuing a doctorate in sports psychology.
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    1212 North 102nd Court
    Omaha, NE US
  • Urban Active Fitness
    Though its name may conjure fantasies about sprinting down crowded streets or bench-pressing buses stalled in traffic, Urban Active Fitness grants its members abundant space in which to spread out and follow their workout proclivities. At dozens of locations across the Midwest and South, members can sculpt their bodies in whichever manner they choose—from personal training with resistance machines and free weights to group classes in cycling, Zumba, and Pilates. A number of group classes draw on the gym’s urban theme for inspiration. Urban Iron, for example, focuses on building muscles that resemble the cast-iron beams of skyscrapers, and Urban Yoga closely imitates the poses necessary to squeeze onto a subway train at rush hour.
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    3506 North 147th Street
    Omaha, NE US
  • PowerCycle
    It can be hard to motivate yourself to exercise, especially if you're new to the workout scene. But PowerCycle helps make working out a bit easier for both novices and advanced fitness enthusiasts with its high-energy cycling workouts, motivating instructors, and close-knit community. The locally owned studio torches calories and tones muscles with two types of 50-minute rides?PowerRide and PowerBody, which incorporates upper-body strength training. Both workouts rely on upbeat tunes and drills to keep up the energy and move the workout along quickly. PowerCycle's extensively trained instructors believe strongly that their classes help students feel more empowered in their everyday lives.
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    5511 South 16th Street
    Lincoln, NE US
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