Group fitness classes are becoming more popular than training alone.  Group exercises used to mean some type of step or aerobics class, but today it includes a diversity of different options such as aquatic fitness, yoga, boot camps style, and countless other variations.  Some of the benefits when attending any group exercise class are:

  • Provides a sense of camaraderie and support.
  • Little friendly competition will make you work a little harder.
  • Great motivator if you need that extra kick to get started.
  • Making new friends striving toward the same goal.

Group exercise classes are often divided into beginner, intermediate and advanced.  However, classes do account for varying degrees of skill and ability.

Here’s a list of a few group fitness classes Millennium provides:

  • Cardio challenge: A mix of low impact and basic step aerobics designed to get your heart rate up and challenge your muscles.
  • Fitness Training Camps: Designed for beginners to intermediate athletes, it involves 30 minutes of vigorous aerobic exercise followed by 20 minutes of strength training.
  • Aqua Aerobics Water fitness moves your body and pumps your heart without putting extra strain on your joints.
  • Core Conditioning: Focuses on working the lower body and core muscles to prepare and strengthen the abdominals and lower back, improving posture.
  • Indoor Group Cycling: Provides cardio workout good for all fitness levels and ages by manipulating pedaling speed and resistance.
  • Pilates: Focuses on building endurance and strength in the core muscles, rebalancing the body.
  • Cardio Kickboxing: A combination of aerobics, boxing, and martial arts.  This intense, total body workout can improve strength, aerobic fitness, flexibility, coordination, and balance.  You can burn between 500-800 calories in a one-hour class.
  • Strength Conditioning: Intense training designed to define major muscle groups.
  • Other formats available.