The Hallett Community Center offers a wide variety of Group Fitness Classes, Educational Programs, Personal Training Services, and Kids Programs. These programs are the keys you and your family need to reach your wellness and fitness goals.
Group Fitness Class Descriptions:
Cycle Revolution– Join in on an awesome ride with varying intensities. Get that heart rate up with lower impact on the joints. A great post work workout!
Fit Over 50– Focusing on muscular strength, range of motion, activity for daily living skills, and low impact cardio. Hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a ball are offered for resistance.
H20 Training– This class allows you to exercise without putting excess strain on your joints and muscles. The exercises in warm water, with guidance from a trained instructor, will help you gain strength and flexibility. Great for anyone with joint pain.
Intense Spin– Come to this class ready to burn a lot of calories! This intense class will get your heart racing as we pedal along to lively music. We will turn the lights down and sweat it out!
Kettlebell– Combine strength training, mobility, flexibility, and cardiovascular endurance. A total body workout in a fun, high energy express class.
Low Impact Cardio– By grooving to the music and using your body weight, you will increase your heart rate without adding too much stress to your joints.
Morning Aqua Fit– Do you want an aerobic workout with the added benefit of water resistance? How about a class without all the impact on your joints? Our class will take you through a wide range of exercise levels. Go as hard or as light as you want to! This is a great class for the very fit or a beginner!
Pilates– A unique form of exercise that conditions, tones, and strengthens your postural and structure muscles by using your own body weight, gravity, specific positions, resistance and some exercise equipment.
Silver Sneakers® – Have fun and move to the music through a variety of exercises designed to increase muscular strength, range of movement, and activity for daily living skills. Hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a ball are offered for resistance, and a chair is used for seated and/or standing support.