Shake Things Up
While running on the treadmill, working out on the elliptical machine, and lifting weights are all excellent forms of exercise, it is always a good idea to change up your workout routine by taking a class. When your body gets used to an exercise, your muscles are no longer being challenged. Variety in your workout routine will keep your body guessing, resulting in a more successful workout. At Millennium Athletic Skill Development, we offer a wide range of classes to meet a variety of fitness levels. From Zumba to Pilates to Cycling, there’s always something new for you to try at Millennium Athletic Skill Development.
Millennium Athletic Skill Development is always keeping things interesting!
Anyone can take a class at Millennium Athletic Skill Development, regardless of weight, fitness level, or age. We offer both traditional classes and customized classes, so getting bored isn’t an option! From gentle stretching classes with resistance bands to high-level intensity workouts with weights, we’re sure you’ll find a class that addresses your needs. We invite you to check out our schedules and hope you find what you’re looking for. If you’re unsure which class is best suited for you, why not go with a classic? Here are 5 of our most popular classes:
Zumba: inspired by Latin American music, Zumba involves elements of both aerobics and dance and incorporates music from a variety of dance styles, including salsa, mambo, samba, hip-hop, and tango. Zumba is an excellent choice for men and women of all ages, particularly those who like to dance, have fun, and socialize.
Pilates: developed by physical-culturist, Joseph Pilates, Pilates involves controlled movements and specialized equipment. When performed regularly, Pilates can improve strength, flexibility, coordination, posture, and mental discipline. Pilates’ classes are a suitable option for those who wish to get a full body and mind workout.
Cycling: more commonly referred to by its trademark name, “spinning,” cycling is a high-intensity class, which involves pedaling on a stationary bike at varying levels of resistance. Cycling is low-impact and a great alternative to high-impact exercises, such as running.
Aerobics: aerobics can be a low-intensity or a high-intensity form of exercise and can be performed in a pool or in a studio. Studies have shown that aerobics exercise can promote a healthy heart, improve body and mind awareness, and strengthen muscles.
Yoga: involves slow movements, stretches, and poses. Yoga offers a number of health benefits, both mental and physical. Many individuals who practice regularly find yoga helps to reduce stress, build muscle, and improve posture.
If you are in Little Rock and have questions about our classes, please give us a call or send us an email. We look forward to hearing from you!