3 Fitness Dance Workouts to Add to Your Fitness Center
If you’re a gym owner that’s looking to boost your monthly revenue and bring in some new members, you should really think about adding a fitness dance class to your weekly schedule. With very little work(other than a weekend certification course), your trainers can start incorporating a new routine into their weekly classes. Fitness dance classes are super popular right now (like pole-dancing) and people are choosing gyms and fitness centers that offer them. Classes are a great way to encourage regular people to get into the gym. I know a lot of people, myself included, that really don’t like the whole go to the gym and pump iron type of workout. I’m much more a fan of doing some type of organized class that starts and ends that that’s it. Here are three classes that you can add to your fitness business to start getting those new members.
Werq Fitness is the Newest Player on the Block
We all know about Zumba(and we’ll mention that down below), but we thought we should shine some light on a new dance workout that is becoming quite popular. Werq Fitness is guaranteed to increase your heart rate and get you sweating. Upbeat music and fun instructors are all you need for a good time. Check out their Werq Fitness Facebook page, or their website for more details on their training and class structure. One their main benefits is that they don’t charge a facility licensing fee to hold Werq classes in your facility. This definitely helps your bottom line.
The Dance Fitness Game Changer: Zumba
If you haven’t heard about Zumba, you must be living under the proverbial rock. Zumba has been around for the last 10 years and it’s all the rage amongst women, young and old. You’ll even see guys in class, getting their salsa and rumba dance on! Zumba combines good music with easy to learn dance moves. The instructor training isn’t too expensive, but you’ll be guaranteed a boost in revenue when you put “We Now Offer Zumba!” on a sign outside your gym.
Hip Hop Abs are Always Popular
Hip Hop Abs have been around for a long time, but they’re still a crowd favorite when you ask people about fitness cardio workout programs. Hip Hop Ab workouts are usually around 25 minutes, and start with an easy warmup and eventually into some booty-shaking, ab-working, moves. Obviously you’re not going to put Sean T on the TV and have your students watch a video in class. Get your instructors to get their Beach Body certification, and you’ll be able to hold your own Hip Hop Abs classes right in your facility. Check out some of the before and after pictures. If you post those up around your facility, you better believe you’ll have full classes.
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