A workout that alternates fluid, graceful, full-body movements with dynamic balance sequences to challenge muscular endurance, flexibility and core strength. We’ll continuously work from one sequence to the next with moves that incorporate all three components of movement.
This class focuses on short intervals that involve cardio, strength, endurance, plyometrics, and balance. This is a high-intensity workout that engages with every aspect of your personal fitness. If you like CrossFit, Insanity, or PX90 workouts, you’ll love this class!
Kettle Bell Workout
Training with kettle bells is a unique style of workout that helps build muscle and increase muscular endurance, as well as works on the core! Using kettle bells to generate and halt momentum, you’ll engage your core with every movement and develop exceptional balance and control.
Tabata training is a High-Intensity Interval Training (H.I.I.T.) workout with four-minute “Tabatas,” or short exercises of all-out effort followed by very brief periods of rest. This class will have anywhere from five to eight Tabatas for a total body workout!
Interested in improving your balance and strength while having fun? Acro Yoga is a unique fusion of partner acrobatics, yoga, conditioning, and therapeutics. We practice in a safe and comfortable atmosphere with spotters and support. No partner or experience is necessary.
Yoga for Climbers
This class focuses on gentle postures designed to move the energy up to the brain and prepare the body for meditation. Classes also focus on proper body alignment, controlled breathing, and focus on the muscle groups and mental states particular to climbing.
Also known as Power Yoga, Yoga Flow is essentially yoga with brawn. It’s the American interpretation of ashtanga yoga, a discipline that combines stretching, strength training, and meditative breathing. Power yoga takes ashtanga one step further. Many of the poses (also called postures or their Sanskrit name, asanas) resemble basic calisthenics—push-ups and handstands, toe touches and side bends—but the key to Power Yoga’s sweat-inducing, muscle-building power is the pace. Instead of pausing between poses as you would in traditional yoga, each move flows into the next, making it an intense aerobic workout.
Restorative yoga is just what the doctor ordered to work out the kinks in your muscles. Whether you’ve been training hard or are stuck at a desk for hours on end, your body stores up tensions that restrict movement and proper body alignment. In a restorative yoga class, you’ll spend long periods of time lying on blocks, blankets and yoga bolsters—passively allowing muscles to relax so you can meet the next challenge with full strength and confidence.
No messing around in this 30-45 minute class! We’ll work your core from every angle using a stability ball, medicine ball, Bosu or just your body weight to access even the deepest layers of core muscle. You’ll walk away from this class with better posture, stronger movement, and rock-hard abs!
Core for Climbers
Become a better climber with core work, balance, and flexibility exercises. This class focuses on core workouts that are geared specifically towards improving climbing, and is especially useful for redpointing those steep projects or boulder problems!
An indoor cycling class that does a combination of sprints and uphill climbing (standing and seated) all to some heart pounding, motivating music for a full 60 minutes. Put on those cycling shoes, grab a seat and get ready to RIDE!
Zumba fitness focuses on hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves to create a dynamic cardio fitness program. Achieve long lasting fitness benefits while experiencing an absolute blast in 55 minutes of calorie burning and body energizing movements. The classes feature fast and slow rhythms combined with resistance training to sculpt and tone the body. Add some Latin and international flavor to the mix and you have Zumba! Get ready to “Join the Party!”
You always said you wanted to start running, right? Well here’s your chance! The Running Club at MetalMark meets Tuesdays at 6pm and Friday mornings at 5:30am. Join the club for an easy loop from one to five miles!
Get to see more of Fresno and work out with some great people at the same time! Cycling Club meets every Saturday at 7:30am in the parking lot. We’ll do at least a 20-mile flat loop, and the last Saturday of every month we’ll do a challenging 25 miles.