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Best Workouts For Those With a Busy Schedule

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Finding the time to workout with a busy schedule can be a big challenge. Balancing work, family, friends, and all other aspects of life can be stressful enough; it’s common for exercise to go by the wayside. The truth is, though, everyone needs to put some time aside for themselves. If you don’t make time to take care of yourself, you won’t be able to keep up with the demands of your busy life. Exercise doesn’t need to be too time consuming—Studies have shown that working out just once a week can have benefits. If you only have time for one or two fitness classes a week, you’ll want to choose wisely to ensure you’re getting the most out of each workout. Here are our picks for the best classes to take if you have limited time to workout during the week.

Spin 30/30 or Tread 30/30

To get the most out of infrequent exercise, it’s imperative that you choose a class that gives you a full body workout. One excellent choice is our Spin 30/30 class, which starts off with 30 minutes of spin class, then ends with 30 minutes of strength training. Similarly, our Tread 30/30 class starts with 30 minutes on the treadmill, then finishes off with 30 minutes of strength training exercises. These dual-style classes enable you to experience the best of both worlds by giving you the chance to get an intense cardio workout followed by substantial strength training, targeting different areas of the body. It’s a full body workout that delivers results fast, making it an ideal choice for those with limited availability.

Barre

If you have limited time each week to work out, Barre classes are another great option. Barre is a unique form of group exercise which integrates the use of a ballet barre into its workouts. Barre classes use movements from other forms of exercise, including yoga and Pilates, to give you the coveted “dancer’s body”. The result is a full-body workout which improves strength and flexibility while also burning fat. Our Barre classes incorporate the use of light weights along with squats, planks, and other strength training exercises to you a total body workout that will build muscle and improve posture. As an added bonus, Barre classes can relieve stress and tension, which can be especially beneficial to those with busy lifestyles.

When you live a busy life, finding the time for exercise can be difficult. Work, kids, appointments, and daily obligations often must take priority in life, leaving less time to focus solely on you. However, it’s important to make time to work on yourself so that you’ll be able to fulfill your other obligations. If you’re a busy person, you can still get benefits from taking just one or two fitness classes a week. Take a look at our class schedule to see what works best for you, and sign up today. We’ll see you at the gym.

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