Time to lift the curtain! Why do fitness classes get names like “burn”, “sculpt”, “build”, “body tone”, or “booty blast”? How do these workout classes have different names yet all have the same format?

There are 6 basic athletic traits that are manipulated to see results:

  • Endurance
  • Strength
  • Flexibility
  • Power
  • Speed
  • Agility

Along with this, there are measurable aspects of a fitness program:

  • Sets
  • Repetitions
  • Load
  • Volume
  • Intensity
  • Frequency
  • Duration

At Fit in New England, our fitness coaches are here to explain the “why.” Why are we doing these exercises in this order at this weight and with this amount of rest? We want everyone to understand and be able to break down each format to its basic principles. This will be of immeasurable value!

Have you ever entered a group workout class with so many people in the room you could barely see the instructor? Are you constantly wondering if you were doing the exercises correctly?

Our small group fitness classes have a minimum 6:1 ratio of athletes to coaches. Our class size is no more than 12 people. With a full class, one coach will be demonstrating exercises and instructing the class while another coach will be walking the room helping each athlete to execute their exercises properly for the best results.

Do you ever feel self-conscious that you may not be able to keep up with the class? On the flip side, do you ever feel like the class won’t be challenging enough?

Every athlete is screened and put in a workout class based on their ability. We are creating an atmosphere of support. Whether you are working out for the first time or have been focused on your fitness your entire life, we have a group for you! Being surrounded by people striving for the same goal creates unity, motivation, and success. Come join your team!

Learn More About Our Small Group Fitness Classes Here