Cardio & Strength

HRCA's cardio-strength classes aim to improve cardiovascular health, endurance, and muscular strength. Your certified instructor will utilize a variety of equipment to keep your fitness routine fun and fresh.

Key Drop-in Fitness Class Information

  • Passes: classes require a punch card or a daily, monthly, or annual pass
  • Fitness punch-cards: expire six months from date of purchase
  • Age: 13 years or older
  • Latecomers: not allowed in if arrivial is 5 minutes or more after class has started.
  • *Schedule is subject to change, as it is updated every four months, for the most accurate schedule click on this button: 

Schedules Drop-in Fitness
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Class Descriptions

Interval Training: Different cardio formats (step, bosu and sports conditioning) + muscle strengthening and endurance = a well-rounded workout!

Cardio Kickboxing: Get ready to sweat and burn tons of calories during this energizing, kickboxing-based, cardio workout! You will be kicking and punching to heart pumping music. 

Power Sculpt: Intense full body sculpting and core stabilization training.  Increase strength, flexibility, balance and lean muscle.

Total Body Conditioning: A variety of equipment is incorporated to provide a total body conditioning workout, designed to improve muscle tone, strength and endurance.

Strength Training: This strength training workout will help you define muscle, increase bone mass and increase caloric expenditure.

Cardio Muscle: Aerobic conditioning, strength training and core stability training!  Format is ever changing!

Full Body Blast: A variety of equipment is incorporated to provide a total body conditioning workout, designed to improve muscle tone, strength and endurance.

Step & Core: Step choreography that will energize your workout followed by ab-centric work to build a powerful core!

Barbell Strength: This class is a total body barbell workout that will burn calories, shape and tone your entire body, improve bone health, and increase core strength.  Using a barbell with light to moderate weights and lots of repetition set to energizing music, Barbell Strength will develop lean muscle and increase overall strength.

Senior Fitness: Great class for active seniors! Build strength and flexibility while increasing range of motion.

Basic Training: Boot Camp inspired training for a full body workout. Get ready to jump some rope!

Kickboxing Intervals: Combines kickboxing techniques with athletic drills to encompass strengthening core muscles through body weight training.

Muscle Fusion: Upper and lower body contouring with light cardio. Format always changing to keep your body guessing. 

Muscle Pump:  Weekend Warriors increase lean muscle, strength, cardio, agility, balance, flexibility and bone density using fun equipment!

Boot Camp: Boot camp is a combination of strength, cardio, muscle endurance, flexibility, core, and functional movement patterns. You get everything you need!

Boot Camp LITE: This class is designed to help you achieve a high-intensity, yet lower impact, full-body workout; including cardio and strength intervals.

Rise & Grind: Enjoy this variety-filled workout as you begin with strength training and conclude with Yoga and deep stretching.

STRONG Nation™: This class combines body weight, muscle conditioning, cardio and plyometric training moves synced to original music that has been specifically designed to match every single move. Every squat, every lunge, every burpee is driven by the music, helping you make it to that last rep, and maybe even five more. Plyometric or explosive moves like high knees, burpees, and jumping jacks are interchanged with isometric moves like lunges, squats, and kickboxing. STRONG Nation™ instructors change up the music and moves frequently to make sure you’re always challenged to the max.

More Fitness Program Information

Questions? Contact Katie Ireland at: email or 303-471-7044.

We are working diligently to provide a clean, safe environment for you, but with all things related to COVID-19 there is inherent risk. It is up to you to choose to use the HRCA amenities, knowing that you assume risk when gathering with other people and visiting other facilities.