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2015’s Top Trending Fitness Classes to Offer at Your Resort

December 23, 2015

When it seems like there is always a new fitness trend emerging, it can feel overwhelming to decide which fitness classes to offer guests at your country club or resort. To make the choice easier, here are a few fitness classes and workouts that were ranked among the most popular this last year:

Socialize with Cycling Classes

Intense cycling classes have started to pop up everywhere. Large classes are led by a motivational instructor that gets the entire class moving. These classes are often upbeat with fun, loud music in order to keep participants motivated throughout the entire class. Not only is this a fantastic cardio and strength workout, but given that these classes are larger, it gives members and guests the opportunity to socialize and meet new people.

Relax with Yoga

Country clubs and resorts are the perfect setting to offer yoga classes to your members and guests. Many people who maintain their memberships at your club or visit your resort are looking to relax while partaking in the activities you offer. Yoga is a great blend of fitness and relaxation that will leave your members and guests feeling de-stressed and coming back for more. To mix it up, take it outside of the classroom in a natural, serene setting and make sure to host classes for all levels of expertise.

Dance Away with Hip Hop Classes

These dance classes make fitness fun! Hip hop classes are a great aerobic exercise that gets your heart rate up and strengthens muscles. It goes beyond traditional fitness equipment and allows members and guests to let loose and work up a sweat at the same time.

Get a Combo Workout with Kickboxing

Kickboxing is a great cardio and strength combination workout that will leave your members and guests feeling awesome even though they just endured an intense workout. Kickboxing helps:

  • Build muscle
  • Work out your core
  • Increase flexibility

Offering this type of workout class for your members and guests will add a great variety to your class offerings.

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