If you’re looking for fun and a great workout, make sure to hit up New York Sports Clubs’ “STAR WARS: AWAKEN YOUR INNER FORCE WORKOUT”. I haven’t had a workout as well designed as this one in a really long time!!
The exclusive class is inspired by the new “STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS” film for wide release in theaters December 18th. The “STAR WARS: AWAKEN YOUR INNER FORCE WORKOUT” is a 45 minute choreographed, strength-based workout highlighting martial arts moves, cardiovascular and strength exercises using a light saber, glide discs, your own body weight and other equipment to build power, strength and of course, force. In addition to the exercise components of the class, the instructor integrates empowerment quotes and techniques for the ultimate mind/body workout. Circuits are broken down into total body compound movements with light sabers, body weight floor exercises, martial arts and cardio bursts. Each circuit is followed with a recovery phase where you tap into “the Force”, or your breath. Students will experience total sculpting and a major cardio burn with moves like “Jedi Jacks” on the floor with glide discs and “Chewbacca Chops” with light sabers in hand. The workout concludes with an athletic “Yoda Flow” series inspired by Tai Chi.
The “STAR WARS: AWAKEN YOUR INNER FORCE” workout is being offered at select locations in its four key urban markets at New York Sports Clubs, Philadelphia Sports Clubs, Washington Sports Clubs and Boston Sports Clubs now through the end of January 2016 (excluding Christmas and New Year’s Day). The workout is FREE OF CHARGE for both members and nonmembers. Sign-up is in-person at Clubs locations with space availability on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Class times and locations at New York Sports Clubs locations are:
Tuesdays @ 5:30PM in Chelsea, 270 8th Avenue (at W. 23rd St.)
Fridays @5:45PM in SoHo, 503 Broadway (bt Spring and Broome Sts.)
To find out more on class times and locations in all four cities, go to www.mysportsclubs.com. Space availability is on a first-come-first-serve basis.