Cardio + Strength is an energizing 60 minutes of cardio conditioning and strength training. This head-to-toe workout will have you working in all planes of motion, emphasizing form and technique so you move safely and more efficiently. Expect to sweat and have a great time doing it! Each teacher brings their own unique style and energy to their class.
From the Capitol Hill Bikes Website:"Meet at CHB for a longer, moderate to fast-paced ride around the DMV area (30-40 miles)."
From the BicycleSPACE website: 'Inspired by our popular east of the river hills ride, The mighty Hills of Rock Creek Park runs every Sunday morning beginning at 8:30 AM and ending around 11:00. The ride is to be a casual, friendly, challenging shop ride which highlights the beautiful area of Rock Creek Park. It goes for about 30 miles at a pace of 10-15 mph. It is a no drop ride with a front and a back ride leader. The first Sunday of the month is the beginners ride. It travels at a slower pace and welcomes everyone who wants to try the ride. '
From The Bike rack website: "
Intermediate: This 40-mile, moderately paced ride (16 to 18 mph avg) emphasizes group riding techniques. This is a pure group road ride and we try to maintain and sustain the group throughout the 40-mile course. Preview the route here.
Advanced: For those who want something a bit more aggressive, our advanced ride this 60+ mile ride is for you. Eligibility for this ride requires that you demonstrate above average bike handling skills and the ability to hold an 18 to 20 mph pace. Preview the route here."
From the Revolution Cycles Website:"Starting April 3rd, we will resume the Georgetown Sunday morning road ride from the Georgetown Exxon Station. Meet at 8:30am and ride starts at 8:45am. This is a ~30 mile loop to Potomac and back on public roads. This road ride may split based on rider experience but has a no-drop policy for all riders. Revolution Cycles and our partners will provide coffee and muffins after the ride on the third Sunday of every month at our Clarendon store."
From Fleet Feet: "FLEET FEET FUN RUN - Every Sunday at 9am runners gather at FLEET FEET Sports Adams Morgan for a sociable ~5 mile Fun Run. Courses vary from week to week and are usually partly through the city streets and partly through Rock Creek Park. We typically have 10-20 runners and paces vary from 7 - 12 minute miles. It's free!"
WWX (Weekend Warrior Extreme) – This 50-minute class is a high-intensity, sweat-inducing full body workout. Perfect for those short on time who want to incorporate cardio, strength, and flexibility in one efficient workout. Perfect for members who have taken the 75 minute Weekend Warrior class but are crunched for time.
Not recommended as a beginner class.Sunday 9am
Come run with us at our weekly Sunday Funday Run with distances of two to four miles. The run will start at 10:00am at the store. We will celebrate our post run success with mimosas - bring on the bubbles!
Weekend Warrior – An extended 75-minute, 3-in-1 workout to build strength, get your cardio in, and finish off with a good stretch.
Every Sunday at the Pacers Fairfax Store David Nickum from www.onthegofitnespro.com hosts a free boot camp crafted to improve your running. David uses body weight exercizes to strengthen the muscles that are often neglected durring a runner's weekly training. This program is appropriate for all ages and fitness levels, with modifications for those with injuries or pregnancies. Bring a water bottle and a yoga mat for floor exercizes! See you Sunday :-)
PART 1: WORKSHOP
Patricia Watson, fitness expert and health enthusiast, will debunk some of the most common myths related to weight training and will talk about how she's managed to stay disciplined throughout her fitness journey. Her story will inspire you and leave you feeling a little more than a hard core.
PART 2: WORKOUT
Salina Duggan, a certified fitness trainer, will lead the group through some weightlifting exercises while demonstrating proper technique/form.
Senior Yoga classes are offered in a variety of approaches to meet the needs of ALL Seniors. Every class incorporates a gentle, yet invigorating warm-up; a gradual progression of yoga poses (asanas) to strengthen and stretch the body; corrective breathing techniques (pranayama) to calm and relax the body and mind, forging a mind-body connection; and mental visualization exercises to assist seniors in feeling successful in all aspects of their lives through yoga, thus uplifting the spirit. Individual progress is noticed and always celebrated.
[solidcore] is unlike any workout you’ve ever done before. It’s a high-intensity, low-impact 50-minute session that is done as slow as possible to lengthen and tone your body. Don’t let the slow fool you… it’s hard. You can expect a full–body session using controlled movements on a resistance-based machine to work your slow and fast-twitch muscles to the point of failure. The body can then work to repair the ripped muscles, which is when they become leaner, longer and stronger – creating noticeable tone and definition in the body.
Looking for a fun and dynamic class? Our challenging TRX Bootcamp classes will help you improve full-body strength through various body-weight, functional exercises in a circuit-style class full of camaraderie and fun.
Get a full-body workout but pay some extra attention to your core with a TRXcore class. You’ll feel this one all over, but the TRX is implemented to target the mid-section.
From the Fitness Provider: "
The Bike Rack is offering a one hour Yoga Class on Sunday evening at 6:00. Our licensed instructors will lead you through an hour of Vinyassa Flow with the sequence and intensity of the class adjusted to the personal experience of each individual student.
Registration is not required to attend, however it does help us to know how many people to expect. Our classes are donation based, with a suggested donation of $5.00. Grab your yoga mat and join us, if you do not have a yoga mat, we have extras. We look forward to seeing you here!