HIGH FITNESS
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UP BEAT BARRE
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Things to expect in a HIGH Low Fitness Class:

  • A sweaty blast

  • Nostalgic and fun music from all decades and genres that will motivate you to the max.

  • Simple and easy to follow fitness choreography.

  • Interval training moves: jump squats, burpees, tuck jumps, etc.

  • Take it HIGH or take it low! Options given for all levels of fitness.

  • An energetic, fun, inspiring and welcoming environment.

Things to expect in a Upbeat Barre Class:

  • You’ll get to experience the fun, upbeat music of Zumba, the balance and strength of Pilates and yoga, and the small, detailed movements of ballet.

  • “Barre is a toning, body-weight-lifting workout,” 

  • It engages muscles you wouldn’t normally target—ones deep inside your body that squats, lunges and sit-ups don’t reach. With high-reps and low-impact movements, barre challenges anyone looking to fine-tune their muscles—no ballet experience required.

 

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Thursdays with Jenn

Jenn is a wife and mom of 3! She loves spending time with her family and friends, and especially loves the outdoors. Jenn is passionate about fitness.  She believes in people and their ability to push through and do hard things–We’re definitely stronger than we think!  Jenn has had a love for all sports and exercise since she was little. She is certified in High Fitness group training and is excited to share this class with you!

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Thursdays with Chiemi

Following the birth of my second son I attending a high class as a way to get back into shape. It wasn’t long until that was no longer the focus in high I found a supportive community and a healthy outlet for the stress of daily life. I quickly became addicted to fitness- something I avoided prior. This addiction led to becoming certified as an instructor first in high fitness, then as a high low instructor and in January I also certified in UpBeat Barre. When I’m not teaching classes or chasing after my boys I’m found working night shifts in the emergency department as a registered nurse. Instructing has made me appreciate and aware of the positive impacts movement has on mental and physical health.