All of Jen’s classes are 45 minutes in length and can be adapted for any fitness level. Because so many of Jen’s clients attend her classes multiple times a week, Jen offers a variety of different formats six days a week in order to avoid pattern overload and to keep the works outs interesting and challenging while increasing a person’s overall fitness level. A good starting class for a beginner would be Barre Blend or Cardio Core, while a more athletic challenge would be found in Cardio Fusion, Boot Camp, or Park Fitness. Regardless of which format you try, Jen always puts on her personal trainer hat to coach each person to their fitness level to make sure their class experience is safe and effective.
A 45-minute class. In this in-person, mobile and outside park based class, there is an emphasis on jogging or running, based on participant’s fitness level. Body weight training is incorporated throughout the entire session emphasizing a variety of lunges, squats, push-ups, pull-ups, chin-ups, horizontal core conditioning, unilateral balance work, and stretching. Plyometrics are incorporated for the intermediate to advanced client such as: box jumps, lunge plyos, leaping and bounding. Track style drills are also utilized such as: high knees, butt kickers, cariocas, lateral shuffles, gorilla runs, and sprints. There is also a Park Fitness HILLS class taught once a week that emphasizes hill drills to increase athletic conditioning. Offered Mon, Thurs, and Sat mornings.
A 45-minute class. Currently, this class is offered on-line only. Boot Camp is designed to be a high intensity format and is inspired by military style training. Boot Camp is designed to be taxing mentally and physically and is a highly effective training style for increasing strength, stamina, endurance and cardio vascular conditioning. In your garage space or living room floor, you will experience obstacle courses with crawling drills, agility ladder circuits, traveling jump squats, leaps, shuffles and more. There is an emphasis on body weight training and lifting free weights. Burst training or HIIT is utilized throughout the class. For equipment, you’ll need dumbbells, resistance tubing, an agility ladder, and glide discs. While this class is taught at an intermediate to advanced level, beginners are welcomed and encouraged to come as modifications are demonstrated. Offered Sat. morning.
A 45-minute class. This class is taught both on-line and in-person. This class is designed to improve core, balance, strength, and flexibility. The tools utilized in this class are: Bosus, dumbbells, Bender balls, gliding discs, resistance tubing, medicine balls and kettle bells. Cardio in this class is low to moderate and would be ideal for the beginning to intermediate client. Offered Mon & Tues nights.
A 45-minute class. This class is taught both on-line and in-person. This class will “fuse” a variety of fitness methods. This class is a more intense experience with burst or HIIT training, more difficult strength training combinations, and core drills. A variety of squats and lunges are taught along with compound resistance training to maximize results. Cardio kickboxing is often taught along with strength and core training. Plyometrics are taught in this class, but modifications are also demonstrated for the low impact client. Offered Wed & Thurs nights.
A 45-minute class. This class is currently taught on-line only. This fusion based class weaves in elements of Vinyasa flow Yoga and Barre method. Breathing techniques, stretching, and core exercises are taught in every class. You’ll need a yoga mat, a Bender Ball, gliding discs and a chair for this class. You will improve your balance, core, muscular endurance, and flexibility. This class has a calming vibe and meditation style music is used throughout. Offered Wed & Fri mornings.
First class for newcomers is a free trial!