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It's time to break a good sweat at have fun doing it! Try aerobics for a new edit to your workout routine.
There are also personal trainers on staff to assist patrons with more specific fitness goals.
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This establishment features a wide variety of Zumba classes to accommodate all fitness levels.
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Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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It might be time to switch up your regular weekend routine. Stanley G Workout in Bloomfield has you covered.
Yogis swear by Stanley G Workout's steamy stretches, which aim to improve flexibility, health, and wellness.
Distinguish your body using the cross fit formula offered at this location.
These kickboxing classes bring fitness to a whole new level, leaving you feeling and looking your best.
You won't be bored doing circuit training, plowing through a variety of workouts.
Did you give in to a cheat meal? A spinning class in an excellent way to burn some extra calories.
It's hard to be encouraged working out alone. Join a community with the aerobics classes that are offered.
Consider ramping up your fitness goals by collaborating with a personal trainer at this gym today.
Stanley G Workout offers a wide variety of Zumba classes for all fitness and experience levels.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Throngs of excited runners crouch along the starting line, all dressed in pristine white T-shirts. As the Color in Motion 5K begins, the sea of bodies sets off along the course, where handfuls of purple-, blue-, and yellow-colored powder start flying in from the sidelines. The safe concoction of cornstarch and dye sprinkles onto faces, shirts, shorts, and skin, dressing runners in a technicolor haze. Teams or individuals make their way through the 5K course, and finish the race wearing a pallet of washable and biodegradable paint. Each race partners and benefits local charities, with racers running individually, in teams, or sponsored by their favorite Crayola color.
The Connecticut Zombie Run is an interesting cocktail of popular sports: part 5k race, part flag flootball, and part zombie apocalypse survival. Runners wear flag-football-style belts adorned with three "health flags." As they run, pallid-faced zombies, dripping faux blood, accost them from all directions. The creatures don't bite or star in movies, as real zombies do, but they do try to snag racers' flags. Runners who lose all three are "dead," according to race rules, but the title is mostly symbolic. Everyone enjoys the adrenaline-pumping fun of finishing the race and the post race apocalypse party that provides a free beer and tunes from a live band.
The Blacklight Run is more than just a race—it's a 5-kilometer-long party. As racers speed through the nighttime course, glowing bracelets and necklaces light their way. Food-grade neon color powder fills the air, illuminating runners as they pass through special blacklight zones. At the end of the race, participants cool down at the after party, dancing the night away to the tunes of live DJs.
But the Blacklight Run is about more than just having a good time; it's also for a good cause. A portion of the race proceeds are used to support childhood cancer charities.
Adults won't be turned away from the giant slides and obstacles at The Great Inflatable Race—in fact, they'll have to bound across them if they want to complete the race. Wacky inflatable obstacles stud this fun course, and though they're designed to keep runners off balance, they can be conquered by anyone brave enough to face them. Some proceeds from each untimed race benefit a local charity, such as area animal shelters or anti-gravity societies.