Below are class descriptions for all of our Group Exercise classes we offer at York College. We strive to provide a wide variety of classes to meet everyone's fitness needs.
Student groups and organizations may request a class for their group by contacting email@example.com for details and pricing.
Classes are designed to welcome ALL fitness levels! So stop in and try a class!
Boot Camp: Go big or go home in this total body workout! This class works you head to toe with cardio challenges and body weight, medicine balls, bands and dumbbell exercises. Anyone can follow the workout and burn 400-600 calories!
Turbo-Fusion Challenge: A mega-watt workout that will incinerate fat and create a lean, long, well-sculpted body without bulk. The various fusion challenges work the body from every angle to ensure balanced development and strength. Muscle confusion, plyometrics, kickboxing, lunges, squats, push-ups and Latin-based dance. Class concludes with hard-core abs, light weights and pilates-based stretches. Open to all fitness levels as modifications for low-impact movements will be shown.
Hatha Yoga: Through postures (asanas), breath control (pranayama) and deep relaxation (yoga nidra), classes strive to find the optimal flow of enegry residing within each of us. Students can expect increased mental clarity, muscular strength and muscular endurance, and above all - a deeper state of relaxation. Everyone, regardless of fitness level, is encouraged to participate.
Zumba: A popular fitness program inspired by Latin dance. "Zumba" comes from a Columbian word that means to move fast and have fun. Using upbeat Latin music and other international rhythms along with pop music, Zumba is aerobic dancing that is lots of fun and easy to learn. You don’t have to know how to dance to take a class and enjoy! The combination of dance with fitness moves adds a whole new dimension to your fitness experience. So, ditch the workout and join the party! Classes will introduce new routines each semester while also incorporating requests for some favorite past routines.