CLASS SCHEDULE

MORNING CLASSES

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

AFTERNOON CLASSES

MONDAY

  • Circuit Training

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    Instructor: Barb Lass

  • Circuit Training

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    Instructor: Barb Lass

TUESDAY

  • Russian Kettlebells

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    Instructor: Barb Lass

WEDNESDAY

  • Circuit Training

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    Instructor: Chris Simmons

  • Foundations in Yoga

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    Instructor: Chris Simmons

THURSDAY

  • Circuit Training: TRX

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    Instructor: Barb Lass

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR CLASSES

CIRCUIT TRAINING

Circuit training is a full body workout that gets your heart rate up while building strength and endurance. At our gym, these classes incorporate all kinds of equipment, like dumbbells, kettlebells, TRX, bars, rowers and body weight. You won’t ever get bored when you do circuit training because no two classes will ever look the same.


RUSSIAN KETTLEBELLS

Russian kettlebells can take your fitness to the next level. They are a tool to provide an effective full body workout to increase strength, burn fat and gain muscle. You will learn the correct form with the Russian kettlebell swing, clean, press, Turkish get-up and kettlebells snatch. Russian kettlebells can be intimidating, but we will help you reach your goals.


FOUNDATIONS IN YOGA

Flexibility and mobility are key to staying strong. And yoga is great for healing your body and mind, getting rid of stress and improving athletic ability. In these classes, you will experience different styles of yoga, poses and flow, taking your strength to the next level.


RETIRED & RESTORED

These classes are for our young at heart clients because staying strong  becomes even more important as we age. We teach proper movement, injury prevention and rehab. The class will provide fitness education to make sure you stay young in body and mind.

PERSONAL TRAINING

Whether you’ve worked out your entire life or you’re just getting started, working one-on-one with a trainer will have a positive impact on your health and fitness goals.

When you’re starting out it’s critical to have someone watch your movement and form. Body awareness is so important, especially when you are learning to lift weights. It may feel tedious at first but learning to move correctly is invaluable to your progress.

If you grew up playing sports, you most likely learned from coaches who helped push you out of your comfort zone. But has anyone watched you work out since then? Probably not. Even the smallest adjustments can help create gains in strength and mobility as well as prevent injury.

When you choose a trainer to work with, it should be someone who can push you to reach your goals and give you positive feedback. That way you will look forward to training, instead of dreading it.

CHALLENGES

A great way to try out Protege Fitness is to sign-up for a six-week challenge. My challenges are designed to boost your metabolism, get you out of a workout slump and build a sense of community at the gym.

During the challenge, you can come to the gym up to three times per week. And each week, I provide a meal plan, grocery list and success guide. You’d be surprised how many flavorful foods you can actually eat (and will probably incorporate into your weeknight rotation). Challenges are a great way to lose inches and build strength and confidence. They will also help you reduce bloat and inflammation.   

At Protege Fitness, challenges will show you how good you can feel when you eat healthy.