BODYPUMP® is a strength training program where we integrate high-repetition movements, with light to moderate weights, to deliver a total body workout. Throughout this 55 minute class, you’ll burn calories, build strength, and be motivated by popular music and an inspirational instructor. This class is not about building bulk; it’s about developing lean, toned muscles. You’ll use a step and weights during this program.

Les Mills Core is a 45-minute workout providing the vital ingredients for a stronger body. Using resistance tubes and weight plates, as well as body weight exercises like crunches, and hovers. You will also get into some hip, glute and lower back exercises.

If you want the optimal mix of strength, cardio and core training this is it. Step into a LES MILLS TONE class and you'll tick off a complete workout in 45 minutes. The challenging mix of lunges, squats, functional training and tubing exercises will help you burn calories and take your fitness to the next level. Also a great foundational class, LES MILLS TONE has a wide variety of options accommodating all fitness levels ensuring everyone leaves the workout feeling successful.

A total body strength workout. May use weights, barbells, kettlebells, balls and/or resistance tubes to strengthen and tone.

R.I.P.P.E.D.® is a total body workout, utilizing resistance and cardio training, which combines Resistance, Intervals, Power, Plyometrics, Endurance and Diet, to help you attain and maintain your physique in ways that are fun, safe do-able and extremely effective.

This class combines body weight, muscle conditioning, cardio and plyometric training moves synced to original music that has been specifically designed to match every single move. Every squat, every lunge, every burpee is driven by the music, helping you make it to that last rep, and maybe even five more.

Weight Machines vs. Free Weights

Strength training is a great form of exercise. You can strengthen your muscles and burn calories during weight training workouts. If you're new to the world of weight training, there are two options to help you achieve your goals — free weights and weight machines. Is one better than the other? What are the differences between the two?