AWCI Fitness Classes include:
- Core Strength
- Water Aerobics
- Spin (Indoor Cycling)
- Karate for Kids & Adults
- Boot Camp
- CardioFit through SilverSneakers
- Muscle Strength & Range of Motion through SilverSneakers
After a vigorous workout or a long stressful day, stretch and relax your body with standing, seated and balancing poses followed by deep relaxation poses that will calm your mind and your body.
The performance of aerobic exercise in fairly shallow water swimming pool. Done mostly vertically and without swimming laps, typically in waist deep or deeper water, it is a type of resistance training.
An aerobic form of exercise that involves using a stationary exercise bike in a classroom setting. The class involves a single instructor at the front of the class who leads the participants in a number of different types of cycling. The routines are designed to simulate terrain and situations encountered in actual bicycle rides, including hill climbs, sprints, and interval training. The instructor uses music and enthusiastic coaching to motivate the students to work harder.
Karate for Kids & Adults
Our Kids Karate class is based in Shotokan Karate but incorporates self defense and techniques from many different styles including judo, muay thai, jujitsu, aikido, tae kwon do, boxing, and many others. We focus on introducing the youth to a wide variety of reaction and impact training drills while incorporating a fun environment to learn and work on discipline.
The Adult Karate class is great for Cardio, Self Defense, stretching and tournament training. With our roots in Shotokan Karate, we focus on striking and kicking, but also incorporate brazilian jujitsu, judo, aikido, boxing, and many other martial arts tactics that apply to the current teachings of martial arts and self defense today. You are guaranteed to sweat, learn new ways to punch and kick, ways to twist joints and the human body, and become more aware and reactive to your surroundings.
A highly evolving cardio and resistance training combination class. Staff strive to bring the best new exercises and routines to participates in order to keep the class exciting every day. Much of the class is based on body weight resistance, and constant motion. Boot camp is a great class to try if you are looking to: lose weight, tone-up, improve cardiovascular health, increase strength, or improve athletic performance.