From beginners to triathletes, YWCA Tulsa provides myriad fitness amenities to men and women alike. Members enjoy unlimited visits to a diverse menu of fitness classes, including yoga, barre, Zumba, and Pilates. Friendly instructors also take their jobs to the water, as students wade through free aquatics class in
a junior Olympic-sized pool. After fitness sessions that include access to fully-equipped cardio and weight rooms, visitors can freshen up in clean and expansive locker rooms. For an additional fee, members can also enjoy CrossFit classes or indulge in an on-site massage. Not to forget the young ones, youth swim lessons, swim teams, and free on-site child care are also available.
When you're ready to take on your next adventure, head to Bodies By SMiley in Tulsa for some fun.
Need an extra push getting to your goals? Talk to one of our personal trainers.
If you were looking for a high intensity workout, cross fit is your answer.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So if you're looking for a fun time, make plans to visit Bodies By SMiley.
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This dining establishment is located near hassle-free parking options.
Night owls and early risers alike will appreciate that the restaurant is open 24 hours a day.
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The pulse-pounding rhythms of Latin dance music reverberate against walls where instructor Ariane leads Zumba classes for students of all ages and levels of experience. Zumba Fitness requires little more than energetic body movement, and though comfortable sneakers are a must, Ariane encourages students to have fun with what they wear; bright neon and feathered headdresses are common sights.
At Conquer the Gauntlet, twenty-five obstacles are whetstones against which racers sharpen their resolve. The 4-mile course will challenge their speed, power, endurance, and resolve as the runners hurl themselves over walls, scale inclines with ropes, and clamber over a sea of cargo nets. Should entrants lose their footing or take an errant step, a wet and watery bath of mud waits beneath. The race starts early in the morning, and each wave of approximately 100 runners pounds across the ground with electronic chips tracking their times. While there are awards for winners in each age category, individual heats are not age specific, allowing participants the chance to compete on equal footing with hardened marathon veterans and uppity toddlers with steel spikes on their rattles.