Fitness for Everyone

Success Stories

Could YOU be our next success story? If other people can do it, so can you! Stop in today and we'll show you how to get from before to after!

Chris Shipman

Personal Training Client

Chris Shipman- Two years ago I weighed 325 pounds, so I made the commitment to myself to be a healthier and better person. Throughout the two years of working out I went through ups and downs but I never gave up. I knew with hard work and dedication would come great success. So with staying strong to commitment I lost over 125 pounds. with my weight lost I have so much more energy to get thing accomplish definitely one of the best decisions I have made in life so far. Now with me working at the gym I love helping people accomplish their goals of weight lost or staying in shape. Exercise is a big part of my life so I’m always pushing people here at the gym to succeed in their goals so they can also be successful. Exercise is nothing to be afraid of you just have to want it, go out and get it and don’t stop until you reach your goals.

 


David Garcia. He went from 285 to 180 in 10 months training and diet advisement with Dylan Larsen We used carb cycling and circuit training to continuously chip away at his fat and keep that all-important muscle. We are currently working on building more muscle to build his ideal body.

 


 



 


Exercise to stimulate, not to annihilate. The world wasn't formed in a day, and neither were we. Set small goals and build upon them. - Lee Haney

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Calories

Establish Exercise Range:

You can take any activity and perform it in a variety of intensities
Low to moderate - approximately 4 calories per minute (calisthenics, slow cycling, yoga, mat pilates, walking slow)
Moderate to vigorous - approximately 5 to 8 calories per minutes (aerobic dance, step, moderate cycling, swimming, aqua, tennis, walking briskly)
Highly vigorous - approximately 8 to 10 calories per minutes (interval workouts, walking vigorously, jogging, kick boxing, running, intense cycling, skipping rope)

Suggestion on how to use this information:

When calculating calories burned for a 55 minute exercise class consider these factors: intensity - how hard are you working; range of motion - large muscle exercises burn more calories than small muscle exercises; speed - slow, low intensity vs fast higher intensity. The harder you work the more you burn!

Remember the harder you work the more calories burned.

The calorie indication is for a 55 minutes class, unless specified otherwise.

*Actual calories burned vary depending upon many factors, including, but not limited to, an individual’s intensity level during the workout, range of motion, physical condition, body type, metabolism, pre-class weight and body fat, among others. ClubFitness makes no representation or warranty regarding the specific calories burned or results any individual should expect when participating in any of its group fitness classes.

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What to bring to the Cycle Classes

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What to bring to the Cardio Classes

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