Wow, “0” degrees? Yes I’d say it has been cold here in Black Mountain for the last few weeks and it is snowing again today.
Is it to cold to go to the gym? As Yogi Bear in the 1960’s popular cartoon used to say….”Heavens to Murgatroyd”….
… I’d say not.
There are so many things to do at Cheshire Fitness to warm you up and get you going during these colder weeks of February.
- Have you taken a class with one of our Fitness instructors in the Group Fitness Studio? Certainly classes like Cardio Blast, Insanity Live, Step Combo, Tabata & Core, Turbo Kick, Zumba, Max Strength and Cardio/Strength HIIT and CSI, will not only warm you up they will get you going.
- If you don’t want such a high intensity workout I can tell you from experience that any of the yoga classes – though they are not as active are a great workout. Flow Yoga, InnerLight Yoga, Tai Chi, Yoga-lates, Vinyals Flow, Fit @ Any Age, Back Care Yoga, Core Basics & Heart, Core & Lower Conditioning, Functional Fitness, Strengthen & Lengthen are all great classes to stretch your muscles, tone your body and warm up your body.
- Of course the cycle classes are all geared to train your aerobically are great work outs for a chilly day.
- Our Dance classes, Zumba, Dancenergy and Cardio Salsa will get you moving in the right direction for tone as well as heat you up to face a chilly day.
- The dry saunas located in each of the locker rooms provides a safe haven to sit and relax for a few minutes warming your body and producing sweat to relieve your body of a few toxins.
- Our massage & body services are also a great way to both relax and get warm. For a massage contact our front desk for more information and to schedule an appointment.
- Believe it or not our indoor heated pool and Jacuzzi are great ways to warm up. Offering some great water aerobics classes you can work out and then sit in the heated Jacuzzi for a few minutes.
Then after working out you can go home and relax in front of the fire….while feeling the inner warmth that only a great workout can provide.
Credits & Photography: Gina MacFarland