Classes & Clinics

Indoor Cycling, Classes, and Clinics

Join us in our Indoor Cycling Studio and Gym for ongoing group sessions to maximize fun and performance! We offer Indoor Cycling, Pilates, and Strength and Conditioning Classes tailored to athletes of every age and ability!

FREE PARKING for classes – just bring your license plate number inside!

Class Schedule – April/May 2017

Indoor Cycling
Tuesday 6:00am, 6:00pm
Wednesday 5:30pm

Your Coaches

Cari Higgins – Wednesday 5:30pm and 7:15pm

Jared Berg – Thursday 6:30am

Breeze Brown – Thursday 10:00am

Ryan Kohler – Tuesday 5:30pm, Tuesday 7:00pm, Saturday 7:00am

Have fun, get fit, get fast! Our 1000 square foot studio houses 12 Wahoo KICKR trainers, plenty of fans, music, and strength equipment to maximize your fitness and performance.

Session 1: November 7 – December 17 (2016)
Session 2: January 2 – February 16, 2017
Session 3: February 21 – March 30, 2017
Session 4: April 3 – May 1 (week 2 is off)

Services and Packages

Indoor Cycling Essentials Package – $80 add-on
No more guessing! Power and Heart Rate zones specific to your indoor training needs!
– Lactate Profile to generate individualized training ranges
– Training Plan and Premium Athlete Account through Training Peaks

Spring Session (4 weeks) – $16 per class
– Our tried and true sessions based on science and built for success and fun!
– drop-in registration available
– 4 weeks through April (except for the week of 10th)

Glycogen and Hydration Testing (Learn More!)
Personalize your nutrition practices with Muscle Glycogen Assessments or a Hydration Analysis to ensure optimal performance for your sessions. Indoor Cycling participants receive special pricing!

Lactate Testing (Learn More!)
Generate individualized training ranges based on HR and power before starting up your indoor cycling to ensure appropriate training loads and maximize gains. Indoor Cycling participants receive special pricing!

Pilates is a form of strength and flexibility training that can be done by someone at any level of fitness. Pilates promotes a feeling of physical and mental well-being and also develops inner physical awareness. Since this method strengthens and lengthens the muscles without creating bulk, it is particularly beneficial for dancers and actors. Pilates is also helpful in preventing and rehabilitating from injuries, improving posture, and increasing flexibility, circulation, and balance. Pregnant women who do these exercises can develop body alignment, improve concentration, and develop body shape and tone after pregnancy.

At CU Sports Medicine and Performance Center, we are excited to announce our upcoming summer speed and agility clinic. If you are a high school athlete interested in taking your game to the next level, sign up today!

Our clinic will put an emphasis not only on improving explosive power in athletes, but improving that power in a safe manner. Athletes will be screened at the beginning and end of the clinic through our comprehensive, state of the art DARI motion capture technology. This sensorless technology not only measures power and strength through a series of motions, but also can detect anatomical asymmetries with the hope of preventing injuries before they occur. CU Varsity athletics has utilized this same technology to screen many of their athletes.

This exceptional 8-week event will aim to use the latest research and techniques to help our athletes elevate their performance in the field of play through improved speed and agility. Athletes will learn from qualified speed and strength coaches as well as physical therapists to use proper mechanics that will eliminate wasted motion. This will give athletes a competitive advantage over their opponents to more effectively change direction and acceleration on the field. We will provide personal instruction to each athlete and provide cross-training resources necessary to improve their explosive power and prevent injury for the upcoming seasons.

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