Family Fitness

These classes keep the whole family in mind. They are stroller free and are designed to help individuals young and old reach their fitness goals. They include classes where you can exercise side by side with your children, along side your workout buddy or breathe in the fresh air alone while striving to be a more healthy you.
Wee Fit Together
What a great class for children who want to have fun and workout with mom. The use of preschool songs that allow kids and moms to be active makes this the place for moms and kids to get their exercise and bonding time in all at once! This is still a full hour workout with warm up, stretch, alternating intervals of hi/low impact cardio and strength training, cool down, stretch and abs.
NOTE: Use of baby carrier recommended for non-walkers. Toys are welcome. Strollers are not part of the workout.
Core Conditioning
A class that will keep your mind hopping as much as your heart rate! This class will alternate between many of the current workout styles found popular today. Your instructor may offer you aerobic, step aerobics, stationary circuits, cardio- kick boxing, dance fitness, core training or any other type of workout that may challenge you. This class may be perfect for those moms who have found they no longer have kids in strollers.
NOTE: Children are always welcome at all MMF class, though they are not incorporated into this workout. Use of stroller or baby carrier recommended for non-walkers. Toys are welcome. Strollers are not part of the workout.

Run Like You Did as a Kid: Building Endurance
For children, moms or dads ages 5 and up, this class can be offered at the same time as a Strolling Series class. This class is goal oriented and running specific. Agility, form, and speed training will accompany an endurance run each class that works up to 35 minutes for moms and 15-35 minutes for children. Each person will be able to go his/her own pace, but will see improvement in that pace as the weeks progress. Participants are encouraged to set a goal or enter a race of a 5 or 10k by the end of the class session.
Note: Younger children of a mom who wants to take this class for her own endurance growth are welcome. Use of strollers recommended for children under 5. Moms have the option to push or park stroller during class, but there can be some classes where trails or grassy fields may be used for a continuous run.