Gold’s Group Exercise (GGX)
Find out what gets you moving and keeps you motivated with our GGX program. With our diverse mix of classes weekly there's something for every body. You will find step, hi/low impact aerobics, belly dancing, strength, salsa, core training, Spinning, Pilates, balance and mind/body classes. Come join us in the studios and see just how good it feels to work out together!
A 30 minutes total abdominal workout suitable for all levels
Cardio, strength, agility and balance exercises performed with the stability ball in the revolutionary boot-camp style fashion
Interval training combinations that heighten the burn
Excellent class to get you in shape: two fitness elements in one class; cardio and toning
Full body toning class that uses a variety of toning tools such as bands, balls, body weight and more
Intense toning workout with cardio benefit moves
Cardio workout combined with deep toning exercises
Basic Pilates techniques with overall sculpting benefits
Several types of low-impact exercises put together to burn the calories away
Toning with weight bars
Great fun! The infamous Latin dance-style class
STEP ’N TONE:
Step workout that improves fitness and muscle endurance, with total body toning
The ultimate step workout
TONE ’N STRETCH:
Total body toning using different tools followed by an overall deep stretch
Stretch your body, calm your mind and connect with your spirit
Ride while shaping and toning your muscles, and greatly increasing cardio fitness
Trains the body to be more efficient at metabolizing fat and to maintain a comfortable pace for extended periods. Improves mental discipline and aerobic capacity; exercise intensity: 65% -75% of maximum heart rate
Trains the body just below anaerobic threshold where the highest fitness levels are developed; exercise intensity: 80% of maximum heart rate throughout the majority of the ride
Trains the body to recover quickly after challenging work efforts; exercise intensity: 65% - 92% of maximum heart rate
Trains the body to develop muscular endurance and power, while improving the cardiovascular strength needed to handle a slightly uncomfortable pace; exercise intensity: 75% - 85% of maximum heart rate.
Trains the body between all the major energy zones (endurance, strength, and interval) during a longer duration, easy-high intensity ride; exercise intensity: 65% - 92% of maximum heart rate.
Diverse ride that can take you anywhere; a motivating class that builds intensity, burns calories and strengthens the legs; exercise intensity: 65% - 92% of maximum heart rate.
We have are a team of enthusiastic, professionally certified instructors, who believe in and love the energy and results of group fitness. They will empower you to conquer the daily demands and pressures of life by embracing your strengths and taking on challenges with a new passion.
Aerobic exercise is one of the best contributors to great health and well-being. It strengthens the heart muscle, increases lung capacity and helps you use oxygen more efficiently. It also increases your body’s level of HDLs (good cholesterol), a substance that carries out LDLs (bad cholesterol), which is heart-damaging, out of the blood stream. This then lowers overall cholesterol levels, lowers blood pressure, increases cardiopulmonary efficiency, improves circulation and reduces stress and anxiety. Last but not least, never forget that it helps control your weight, keeps you active and in great shape - all while having a blast!
What to expect
All classes include a gradual warm up to prepare your body for the work to follow. Depending on the class, this may be followed by cardiovascular training, strength training, balance, core or heart rate training zones. Before you walk out the studio, you will have a complete cool down and stretch to help the muscles return back to their resting length and help reduce any possible stress. We ask you to remain in class until the stretch is completely finished.
Tips for a successful class
Be on time! Warming up is essential to avoid injuries and it helps set the mood. Late arrivals can be disruptive for other class participants
Always inform the instructor if you have any injuries or concerns before the class begins
Proper shoes are crucial to injury-free exercise, to provide sufficient cushioning and shock absorption. Trainers must be worn for all classes, excluding Pilates and yoga
Pace yourself and listen to your body; take it slowly in the beginning, particularly if you are new to fitness or have been away from exercising for a while
Drink water throughout class to avoid dehydration; nausea, dizziness, muscle fatigue and cramping are all symptoms of dehydration
Stay till the end! Don’t underestimate the importance of the cool-down period. The importance of stretching out and relaxing can never be underestimated after a workout