November Class Schedule

It's turkey month! You know you're gonna gain a few if you don't plan ahead. Come burn off those extra calories ahead of time in Zumba, HIIT & LIIT and relax in Yoga.

Note- No classes on Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday, Nov. 28 & 29th

Download "November-2019-Calendar.pdf"

October Class Schedule

Unlimited classes can be added to any membership for just $10/mo/person.

 Classes or instructors in red are changes from the normal schedule.

LIIT resumes 9/16/19, designed for a lower intensity, lower impact, full-body workout for everyone.

Zumba- twice the fun each week, Tues. & Wed. 5:30PM

Yoga- 3 times/wk, Tues & Thurs. 5:30PM and the NEWest class on Fridays at 9AM continues due to popular demand!

Download "October-2019-Ridge Class-Calendar.docx.pdf"

LIIT/HIIT, come and get!

Whether you're low intensity (LIIT) or high intensity (HIIT), we can make you burn some calories. Intervals are the fastest way to burn calories and fat.

LIIT is now into it's 2nd year! Come and give it a try.

Download "April-2019-Class Calendar.pdf"

Join our new FB Group for HIIT/LIIT

AARP endorses HIIT

Aarp hiit article nov2018
Check out this great article on the benefits of HIIT- turn back the aging clock, cardio endurance, live longer, and lose weight!

What is HIIT & LIIT?

What is HIIT & LIIT?
HIIT stands for High Intensity Interval Training, but don't let the name intimidate you. Stephanie leads us through rounds of cardio, upper body, lower body, and Abs/Core with short rests in between. The idea here is to get the heart rate up, then let it come down, which is called Interval Training. Studies suggest that this is the fastest way to burn calories and in turn burn fat for the slimmer, trimmer, toned YOU! Modifications to almost every exercise are given for those who are less advanced, and/or have limitations due to injuries.

Read about the benefits of Interval Training:

Starting back in Feb. 2018, we added LIIT (Low Intensity Interval Training) on Mondays at 6:30PM. This class is for everyone wanting a good combination of cardio and strength-training, still using the interval format, on a less intense level. Beginners and everyone welcome.

Anyone can do interval training, read about how 107 year old Robert Marchand increased his cycling power by 40% with HIIT: