8 Reasons to Attend a Group Fitness Class

1. Relieve stress.


Working out is a great way to relieve stress and boost productivity!

2. Hang out with your friends.


Group fitness classes are a great way to bring a group of friends together to get your fit on, keep each other accountable and have fun!

3. Get motivated to work harder.


Whether its camaraderie or good ole competition- group exercise motivates people to work harder and push themselves!

4. Most classes are for beginners.


Don’t be intimidated to sign up for a group fitness class because you have never done it before. That’s ok! Chances are you won’t be the only newbie in the room, and it will be a great opportunity to learn something new.

5. Instructors will help guide you through the class. 

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Our trained group fitness instructors are passionate about what they do and love sharing their passion with others. Also, they can teach you safety and proper forms for all kinds of workouts. So no more exercising incorrectly!

6. Group classes are fun.

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It’s one of the only places where being loud and blasting music during exercise is normal!

7. There are a wide variety of fitness classes offered.


Whether it’s cycling, yoga, pilates, core or Zumba, there is guaranteed to be a class that caters to your fitness needs!

8. You’ll be glad you did. 


Sure, who doesn’t love laying on the couch watching Netflix? But after getting out and getting fit you’ll be glad you traded the couch for the gym!

Special thanks to Erin Helbling, the Graduate Assistant for Fitness and Wellness, for contributing to this post.


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