Class Descriptions

Assessment - AC

The Assessment is the first class you must take, regardless of the group or personal training sessions that you register for. The assessment determines your fitness level, needs, and goals. It also determines your eligibility for other classes.

Once you complete an assessment, we will send you an email, indicating the sessions that you are eligible for. It is then your responsibility to email Aspect Fitness with the classes you would like to participate in based off of the weekly schedule

It is likely that you will be eligible for all classes, other than intro to strength and conditioning. In general, you will have to work on prerequisites, for approximately 2 months, before you can take intro to strength and conditioning.

Mobility - MC

Mobility improves movement capacities, and mitigates joint and muscular pain. Mobility is essential for everyone to maintain and improve, regardless of fitness level. It is the key to being functional throughout life.

Conditioning - CC

Conditioning improves cardiovascular function, strengthens skeletal muscles, and helps with weight management/loss. It includes moderate to high intensity aerobic and anaerobic training. There are a variety of methodologies used to keep your workouts fun, safe,  and effective.

Mobility Conditioning Hybrid - MC/CC

Mobility Conditioning Hybrid is a combination of Mobility and Conditioning. It operates at a high pace tempo, conditions different aspects of your body, and improves mobility. This class is great for  improving mobility, core strength, and cardiovascular health. It also provides a bit of variety from the standard Mobility and Conditioning classes.

Intro to Strength & Conditioning - ISCC

Intro to Strength & Conditioning will improve your current level of resistance training, and refine your technique. The class spends approximately 30 - 45 minutes on resistance training, and 15 - 30 minutes towards improving core strength, aerobic, and anaerobic endurance.