If a class is full and you choose not to show, you will be charged for the class or a day will be deducted from your unlimited membership. At class start time, any open spots will be given to stand-by clients (in other words, if you are late, you could lose your reservation).
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Wet, slushy weather? Please change into your athletic shoes when you arrive at the studio.
ROW Basics 50/60
ROW Basics is the perfect class for those new to indoor rowing. It's also a great option for anyone that wants to brush up on their rowing form. In ROW Basics experience rowing class without feeling overwhelmed. We do take stretch and water breaks during the class. Wear athletic shoes, bring a towel and a water bottle.
It's smooth and rhythmic, flowing and intense. Quite possibly, the perfect calorie burn! A power endurance workout, rowing utilizes 84% of your muscle mass. ROW 60 class is approximately 50 minutes of rowing, including pauses for water and stretching plus a cool down for recovery. You'll be out the door in 60 minutes. Bring a towel and water bottle. Wear athletic shoes, bike shorts, capris or leggings and a sweat-wicking shirt or tank. Wet, slushy weather? Please change into dry athletic shoes at the studio. Class structure and intensity varies with each instructor. Attending a ROW Basics class is recommended before participating in a ROW 60 class.
ROW Stretch 75
It's the perfect combination! 50-55 minutes of rowing followed by 20 minutes of Active Isolated Stretching. Think hip flexors, hamstrings, quads and glutes. Please bring your yoga mat, a towel and water bottle.
ROW Sculpt 60
5-10 minute of rowing followed by 5 minute strength training intervals. Squats, lunges, push-ups and planks are all game! A great head to toe, high-intensity, low impact workout in 60 minutes. Attending a ROW Basics class is recommended before participating in a ROW Sculpt class.
ROW HIIT 60
Fast and furious intervals using water rowers, body bars, medicine balls, BOSU balance trainers and your own body weight. You will love the intensity of this workout, and you'll be out the door in an hour. Attending a ROW Basics class is recommended before participating in ROW HIIT. Bring a towel and a water bottle. Wear athletic shoes, bike shorts, capris or leggings and a sweat-wicking shirt or tank. Baggy shorts are not recommended.
Active Isolated Stretch (AIS) 60
You've done it again! Running, cycling, rowing lifting, and lunging. It's time to open up and lengthen, energize and repair. Anyone will benefit from AIS. This effective healing method is based upon a 2 second hold per stretch which allows blood flow, nutrients and oxygen to heal the tightest areas of your body. Results are immediate and when done consistently, your body will heal and function better than ever. Got pain? Come to AIS! Bringing your own mat is recommended. Private AIS appointments are also available, email firstname.lastname@example.org.