7 Funky Sports Classes to Follow in 2018 to Get Back into Shape
In early 2018, you certainly do not want to hear the words “turkey” and “atocas”.
Whether it’s a resolution or not, be sure that getting back in shape does not always mean running on a treadmill.
To make it a little more dynamic, here are 7 funky sports classes to follow this year.
Put on your flash pink sneakers, you’ll sweat!
1. The Snow Yoga
After hot yoga, snow yoga promises to be THE sport this winter. In addition to enjoying the outdoors and nature, you can work your flexibility while relaxing. Just bring your carpet and warm clothes. The most beautiful in there? It’s free!
2. The Essentrics
This training aims to tone, rebalance and strengthen all your muscles, to the rhythm of the music. You will feel like a new person coming out of this class. If there are several places that offer Essentrics in Montreal, there are also free sessions that will take place this month.
3. Pilates on the table
For those who are familiar with pilates, you probably know that this discipline is used to firm the body and improve fluidity. This time, everything takes place on a table designed specifically for pilates, with an experienced teacher. Classes are offered at Goa Pilates and Victoria Park.
4. Fit Body Boot Camp
The Fit Body Boot Camp (or Fitness Training Camp) is a results-based fitness and weight training program. A motivating coach is there to push you towards the achievement of your goals and you will also meet other participants with the same goal as you.
5. The Hula Hoop
You do not have to be a child to hula hoop. In fact, this tool is very useful for fitness, regardless of your age. At Hoop Montreal, you’ll learn new hoop movements and improve your stamina.
6. The pole fitness
We know this discipline well for its omnipresence in olé olé bars, and whatever we can think about it, the pole dancing (in this case, the fitness pole) is a demanding training that tests your stamina. Without embarrassment and in the pleasure, you will be able to test this sport with an experienced guide.
7. The SUP
Stand Up Paddleboarding has been gaining popularity in recent years and there are many places to do it in the Greater Montreal area. These fans love to practice for the relaxation it provides and enjoy the outdoors.