Group classes are an awesome and cost-effective way to get training at Tri Fitness! Our classes never exceed a client-to-trainer ratio of 8:1. This ensures safety as well as individual attention to make sure you're getting the most out of our classes. Our classes are a small community of supportive and uplifting people having fun together in a non-intimidating environment - all while getting a great workout and having top-of-the-line professional/expert guidance and accountability to help you reach your fitness and health goals.
All classes will follow a periodization format. What does this mean? It means that there are certain times of the year that are "in season" and others that are "off season." So group classes will reflect times of the year when you need to be working on form, repetition, and technique, etc., and other times of the year when intensity and performance is a priority. This ensures that you will be race ready when its race season!
We invite you to try your first workout with us for FREE!
We offer classes by-the-class or at discounted packages. If you're not sure, come in and chat with us and we'll help you select an option to suit your budget and goals!
**Invite a friend to sign up with you for 6 months or more and you'll both receive an additional 10% your package price!**
NEW: We now have monthly payment options for the terms below!
Drop-In class: $25
10-Pack of 1-hour classes: $200
10-pack of 30-minute classes: $100
3 sessions/week with 6-month contract: $200/month
**Inquire about student pricing!**
September Class Schedule
Circuit classes are designed to help you increase lean muscle mass, build endurance, and burn fat! This is a 1-hour total body workout designed to push each individual to their maximum potential. Strength, flexibility, cardio, and core will all be covered. Your instructor will take you through a workout utilizing cables, dumbbells, rubber bands, stability balls, TRX bands, incline treadmill trainers, and more.
In addition to our standard Circuit Class, we have other circuit-based classes, as well:
- RIP - a strength-based circuit class
- Advanced Circuit - a circuit class for our more advanced athletes
- Cardio Circuit - a cardio-based circuit class
Coached Swim through Tri Fitness is for everyone from beginner to Ironman. Our accomplished coaches will work closely with you to define your goals - whether you are just jumping in for the first time or you plan on swimming across the English Channel. Every session is designed to improve your form and efficiency. You'll leave a better swimmer than when you entered! Additionally, take advantage of baseline testing every 8 weeks so you can see your improvement and set some new goals. Our swim sessions cover it all:
- Drills (to improve technique)
- Skill sets
- Speed sets
- Endurance sets
Hydro what? This class is for you if you have said (or thought) any of the following:
- My feet, knees, hips and/or back (or any other joint) hurt when I run
- I'm tired of running alone
- I don't like running in the dark
- I love running, but I am currently injured
- I don't want to run in the snow/ice
This is running without the impact. Our coach will teach you form as well as take you through a GREAT workout. In fact, if you didn't think you could sweat in the pool, our coaches will prove that to be wrong! Hydro run is extremely effective to keep your fitness level high even when you are injured. This non-impact activity will allow you to strengthen your glutes and hamstrings and get you back to running sooner rather than later.
If you've been waiting for Olympic lifting, this is it! Squats, front squats, deadlifts, lunges, shoulder thrusts, and more! Resistance training is universally accepted as a very vital component for endurance athletes. In addition to improving your swim, run, and cycling, resistance training helps improve the quality of your life. This is the class that is guaranteed to build strength that will help you for the next race season.
6 ways resistance training helps you as a triathlete:
- Improves bone density
- Helps minimize muscular imbalances
- Provides you with more power
- Improves coordination and balance
- May help minimize overuse injuries
- Gives you optimal muscular function and posture
If you want to learn to be a better cyclist and be race ready by spring, our Performance Cycling classes are for you. We follow a periodization schedule appropriate for spring races, working on technique and form early on and progressively making the workouts more intense so you are ready to rock your race season. We provide FTP testing every 8 weeks to make sure you are training to your fullest potential. Our goal is to have you ready to hit the start line rather than burned out by the time the race season starts. If you haven’t tried us yet, let us know and we’ll be sure to get you your first session absolutely FREE!
Register early as these classes are limited to 8 participants.
TRX is body weight training at its best! No part of the body is an island unto itself. Try to pick up a pen off the floor using just your hand - it's impossible! Even simple movements simultaneously engage the legs, core, shoulders, arms, and neck. The body is an interconnected chain of muscles. Every movement we perform is a whole-body movement. That’s why TRX Training uses tools and movements that challenge the entire body in every plane of motion.
These Yoga classes are Vinyasa (flow) style. Vinyasa Yoga challenges balance and endurance while building muscle strength and flexibility. Most class participants feel like they got a great workout but also feel calm and relaxed at the end of class.
Regular Yoga practice has been shown to reduce stress and increase feelings of happiness. Physically, Yoga can reduce blood pressure and alleviate muscle tightness and joint pain. For the runners among you, runners, by nature, like to run and don’t necessarily take the time to stretch. Stretching will keep you less prone to injury as well as allow for increased speed due to decreased muscle tightness and, therefore, an increase in range of motion.
Yogalates is exactly what it sounds like - a mix between both Yoga and Pilates. While both Yoga and Pilates focus on flexibility, strength, alignment, and body awareness, Yoga is centered more around balance postures and fluid vinyasas while Pilates is centered more around core strength and repetitive motions that fatigue the muscles. Get the best of both worlds and have an amazing workout with this awesome class!
Running isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. Whether it is or isn’t, this class is for you. We focus on run form and technique as well as improving speed over time. Just like our Performance Cycling classes, we follow a periodization schedule appropriate for spring races, working on technique and form early on and progressively making the workouts more intense so you are ready to rock your race season. We provide baseline testing every 8 weeks to show your improvement AND move you to the next level of training! Our goal is to have you ready to hit the start line rather than burned out by the time the race season starts. If you haven’t tried us yet, let us know and we’ll be sure to get you your first session absolutely FREE!
What do most of us like less than swimming? Yes, stretching. So, what do we do? Skip it. What happens then? We are left with an increased risk of injury and decreased performance. Let us help you. This class is designed to target specific areas by stretching with a series of apparatuses (foam roller, lacrosse ball, stretching straps), and then strengthening the newly elongated muscle with specific strength exercises. We guarantee results in your overall health and all other areas of training!
Launch is a class designed for new comers to the Tri Fitness community. We will show you the “in’s and out’s” of our basic exercises and routines so when you take your first circuit class with us, you will feel comfortable with the “lingo” and know exactly what to do.
A brick workout refers to the stacking of two disciplines during the same workout, one after the other with minimal to no interruption in between. As you switch modes of exercise, your body needs to effectively and efficiently prepare for the next demand while recovering from the previous exercise demand. Your heart rate increases significantly as your body tries to shift the blood flow from the muscles of the first exercise to the demands of the muscles of the next. Brick workouts help your body handle the aerobic, anaerobic, and muscular demands of a triathlon event.
Got 20 minutes and $5? We'll make your time (and money) worth your while. This is a 20-minute rockin’ and kick butt HIIT (high intensity interval training) workout. Bring your friends, enjoy the fun, and then head out to spend the other $5 you have in your pocket
This bike session will include high intensity intervals, longer, stronger efforts and, ultimately, a way to get faster on your bike.