Fit Philosophie distinguishes itself with its unique customization method. The relationship between you and your instructor begins with a personal evaluation to assess posture, muscular imbalances, and movement patterns. Each session is then personally tailored to meet your individual needs.
+TRX Core Reform
Develop strength, balance, flexibility, and core stability in our TRX (Total Body Resistance Exercise) Core Reform class. Incorporating TRX with pilates exercises allows you to train comfortably with less risk of injury with low impact. An upbeat, versatile, energetic 60 mins of strength training, cardio and resistance drills that burn fat and improve endurance. Learn more
The Barre Above™ workout series is a revolutionary new approach to Barre workouts and exercise as we see it today. The Barre Above™ workouts will not only teach you the fundamentals to deliver a fun, effective, and safer workout for all fitness levels. This program is unique in that is does not require the need for an actual barre, thus making it a truly convenient program. All of the workouts in the Barre Above™ series are structured to focus on your safety, with the movements pushing the muscle to an effectively challenged level without risking injury to your joints, tissue, or skeletal systems. The workout is presented in an all-inclusive manner to accommodate every fitness level. Learn more
PLYOGA™ challenges everyone from fitness beginners to perennial athletes. PLYOGA™ uses a 4-part plyometric interval system which uses yoga as an active recovery. PLYOGA™ encourages you to be better in tune with your body, your goals, and your overall desire to be great. Find your inner athlete. Learn more
Get energized and tone up while rockin' out! Full body workout using Ripstix®, lightly weighted drumsticks engineered specifically for exercising, POUND® transforms drumming into an incredibly effective way of working out. Combines cardio, conditioning, and strength training with yoga and pilates-inspired movements. The workout is easily modifiable and the alternative vibe and welcoming philosophy appeals to men and women of all ages and abilities. Learn more
+Introduction to Pilates Apparatus
Custom class limited to 1 participant at a time. Best choice for a new client to our studio unfamiliar with the pilates apparatus. Students who have no prior apparatus experience must take this class once before moving into other pilates courses. However, for safety we recommended that clients take this class 2-3 times before joining the other classes. Learn more
+Pilates Perfection: Mat, Reformer, Springboard, & Chair
This class will showcase all of the pilates apparatus! This format will integrate reformer, chair, springboard, and the best that mat has to offer. Learn more
+Reformer: Jumpboard and Props
This class will focus on the use of various pilates props while integrating jump board drills all throughout the workout. Learn more
This class is a great choice for a beginner or for someone with a very busy schedule! It is 30 minutes of spinning and 30 minutes of strength training using pilates and traditional strength methods. Learn more
This class is a traditional spinning class that will last for 60 minutes and incorporate all the elements of outdoor riding. Come ready to climb, sprint, time trial and sweat! Learn more
Strengthen your body and ease your mind with PranaBarre – the natural union of barre and yoga. Prana, the Sanskrit word for “life energy,” meets barre, the French word for “ooh, what muscle is that?!” This unique format brings together two opposite but complementary forces into one beautifully integrated class. The isolated movements of barre sculpt your arms, lower body and core while the flowing poses of yoga increase your flexibility and balance. Combined with a focus on breathing deeply and moving gracefully, PranaBarre™ balances the nervous system and leaves you feeling strong, invigorated, and refreshed. Expect to work barefoot on the mat utilizing props such as light dumbbells and a small inflated ball.
Our yoga classes are based on vinyasa flow. Expect a smooth flowing sequence of poses that allow for connection between the breath and movements. We incorporate well known sequences like cat-cow and sun salutation into a diverse set of exercises that will elevate your practice and leave you feeling refreshed and renewed. Learn more
+Boxing for Fitness
Highly customized class that teaches basic boxing, strength, and conditioning in a non- intimidating format. Everyone participates at their own comfort and fitness level. If your goal is to get in shape while learning a new skill in a fun atmosphere, then this is the class for you. Learn more
Functional training has its origins in rehabilitation. Physical therapists often use this approach to retrain patients with movement disorders. Interventions are designed to incorporate task and context specific practice in areas meaningful to each patient, with an overall goal of functional independence. For example, exercises that mimic what patients did at home or work may be included in treatment in order to help them return to their lives or jobs after an injury or surgery. Treatments are designed after careful consideration of the patient’s condition, what he or she would like to achieve, and ensuring goals of treatment are realistic and achievable. Functional training attempts to adapt or develop exercises which allow individuals to perform the activities of daily life more easily and without injuries. Functional training may lead to better muscular balance and joint stability, possibly decreasing the number of injuries sustained in an individual's performance in a sport. The benefits may arise from the use of a sport. The benefits may arise from the use of training that emphasizes the body's natural ability to move in six degrees of freedom. In comparison, though machines appears to be safer to use, they restrict movements to a single plane of motion, which is an unnatural form of movement for the body and may potentially lead to faulty movement patterns or injury. In 2009 Spennewyn conducted research, published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research which compared functional training to fixed variable training techniques, this was considered the first research of its type comparing the two methods of strength training. Results of the study showed very substantial gains and benefits in the functional training group over fixed training equipment. Functional users had a 58% greater increase in strength over the fixed-form group. Their improvements in balance were 196% higher over fixed and reported an overall decrease in joint pain by 30%.
+ Small Group Personal Training
Our small group personal training can provide a more cost-effective service for clients. An incredibly fun and effective program because of the supportive enviroment that allows everyone to achieve health goals as individuals and as a group.