Fitness Classes in Silverdale


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  • Curves
    Northwest Curves, a fitness center designed exclusively for women, provides members with a 30-minute circuit of hydraulic resistance machines designed for an efficient cardio and strength training workout. During the training, attendees can burn up to 500 calories and work each major muscle group to work toward individual fitness goals. An experienced coach is always nearby to teach and motivate participants, and a soundtrack of fun, upbeat music cues participants to move on to the next station. Instead of fiddling with weight stacks and losing momentum, the hydraulic machines use your own body weight and fitness level to create resistance. Each machine uses push-and-pull motions to create toned, lean muscles perfect for crushing a grapefruit without looking like you can.
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    9000 Ridgetop Blvd NW
    Silverdale, WA US
  • Community Fitness
    For nearly ten years, Community Fitness?voted Best Fitness Club in Seattle magazine's 2014 Readers' Choice Poll?has been motivated by the vision of people striving toward goals together while having fun enjoying music and movement. Lifelong dancers teach barre classes, pharmacists-cum-personal-trainers guide yoga sessions, and CrossFit?trained mothers of three lead BodyPump workouts. Community Fitness' approach is balanced across three different studios, each with its own focus and to-the-point name, that combine to offer more than 100 classes per week. The Play studio offers movement and dance classes, the Power studio revolves around strength training, and the Flow studio takes a mind-body approach with gentler exercises such as yoga. Each studio creates a bright space equipped with sprung floors and high-tech light and sound.
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    2113 NE 65th St.
    Seattle, WA US
  • Seattle Executive Fitness
    High above the city, you might hear the sounds of splashing in the Seattle Municipal Tower. They're coming from the 25-meter lap pool and jacuzzi at one of Seattle Executive Fitness's two downtown outposts. Both gyms tend to the bodies of busy Seattleites with personal training sessions with certified fitness gurus, rows of cardio and Hammer Strength equipment, and more than 60 weekly classes. Before exercisers head back into the city to impress their bosses with their new muscles, they can freshen up in the facilities' plush locker rooms, which have showers, towel service, dry saunas, and steam rooms.
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    511 Olive Way
    Seattle, WA US
  • FIT by Red
    FIT by Red specializes in kettlebell training. Kettlebells are the best way to build strength and endurance as well as melt away body fat. Other side effects of kettlebell training include improved mobility and movement patterns. Get fit with FIT by Red where you will experience the RKC School of Strength in full effect.
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    2315 Western Avenue
    Seattle, WA US
  • All Star Fitness
    Today’s Groupon is a neighborhood watch for your figure with a one-month membership (a $39 value) and two personal trainer appointments ($55 each) at Allstar Fitness's new Executive Club location. Follow @Groupon_Says on Twitter.
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    509 Olive Way
    Seattle, WA US
  • Yogalife Seattle
    Yogalife?s founder Michael Suzerris came to yoga after suffering a life-altering spinal injury in 1978, though he did not learn the practice in a traditional beginner class, like most. To rehabilitate himself, he developed his own routine based on linking and healing the mind and body. Years later, he discovered yoga, and realized that his intuitive, self-prescribed physical therapy that was so instrumental to his well-being was essentially the ancient art practiced by people all over the globe. Twenty-two years after his injury, he opened his yoga studio, leading classes that focus on the meditation and mind-body connection that helped him heal. Yogalife spans across two studios, each of which accommodate 30 students on their journeys toward physical and mental health. The instructors lead a variety of classes to suit students of all fitness levels, including a four-week intro series for newcomers, and challenging classes for advanced students. Restorative yoga uses a short, gentle asana warm-up to relax and prepare the mind and body to receive the benefits of relieving stress and bringing the mind, body, and spirit into balance.
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    7200 Woodlawn Ave NE
    Seattle, WA US

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