SATURDAY MORNING SWIM
Will begin on:
Monday June 21st- Saturday August 28th for Pool Members only! Pool will be open from 7:00am-10:00am.
During all Aquatic classes, the pool is still open to pool members to swim freely. We ask members to please respect the instructor, and class participants by keeping conversation with others discreet.
POOL CLASS DESCRIPTIONS
Below are a list of classes held in the pool, as well as, there description!
CARDIO DEEP WATER WORKOUT
Exercises are performed in the deep end of the pool consisting of a series of moves such as Cross Country, Double Heel Kick, Alternate Heel Kick, Bicycle Legs/Swim arms, etc. The exercises are performed going back and forth across the pool or in a circle. Knowing how to swim is a requirement. Noodles and flotation devices are used.
The body is taken through range of motion exercises, focusing on the major joints in the shallow end. Stretching and slower movement exercises are used to promote comfort in the body and better mobility.
This is a recreational group program conducted in warm water that consist of two levels, Basic and Plus, to accommodate different ability levels. Exercises in the Basic Level improve range of motion, muscle strength and endurance. The Plus level offers more variety and progression using noodles, balls, and ping-pong balls.
AQUA CARDIO CLASSES
Exercises are performed in the shallow end of the pool using a series of movements using legs, arms, lungs, etc. Tools used are noodles, water weights and small beach balls. There also is stretching at the end of class.
HYDRO ZEN CLASS
Yoga, Qigong and Tai Chi moves are gracefully expedited in the shallow end of the pool, allowing the body to relax and the mind to feel at ease.
The instructor works with swimmers and non-swimmers at all levels, both as a group and individually. Non-swimmers become comfortable in the water with a goal of learning to swim. Others improve their swimming fitness goals.
Exercises using Mind and Body connection to improve breathing, posture, and balance. Tools used during exercises are balls and noodles for the purpose of working on the core and balance.
FITNESS ROOM WORKOUT CENTER
The Fraim Center Workout Room has two treadmills, five stationary bikes, one elliptical, free weights, and a multi-station gym.
FITNESS ROOM WORKOUT HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday- Friday: 6am-1pm
FITNESS CLASS DESCRIPTIONS
Below are a list of fitness classes we offer, as well as, there descriptions.
A paddle ball sport that combines elements of tennis, badminton, and table tennis. Usually played with four players who use solid paddles made of wood or composite materials to hit a perforated plastic ball, similar to a wiffle ball, over a net. Score is kept and the game is played until the score of 11 is reached.
FINDING YOUR BALANCE
Finding your balance through different stretches and exercises using a chair and balance discs.
A fitness program that combines Latin and international music with dance moves. The routines incorporate easy to follow interval training -alternating fast and slow rhythms - and resistance training. It is designed for "active older" adults, or those with limited mobility. Modifications can be done standing or in a chair.
This yoga class centers on strength, mobility, and mindfulness. Modifications are offered so that everyone stays safe and can get the most benefit from the class. Meditation at the conclusion is also offered and encouraged. All levels of experience are welcome.
BLAST YOUR ABS & CORE
All lower back and abdominal floor work exercises, and stretches are done on the fitness mat.
This class opens with Self-Care techniques, followed by flowing Qi-Gong moves and finishes with a time of breath work and meditation to counter these turbulent times.
Two rounds of stations with different exercises for one minute at each. This class builds cardiovascular fitness while improving muscular strength and endurance.
STRENGTH AND MOBILITY
Resistance bands and light weights are used to build muscle strength in the six major groups including the core. Stretches and body weight exercises increase flexibility, postural engagement, and mobility.
Full body workout using free weights, a ball and a chair to different timed interval sets and repetitions.
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