CLASSES

PIT Class
The standard Co-Ed PIT class is a circuit style training class consisting of sixteen intense functional stations around the gym. Between each station, the entire class participates in body-weight movements and combinations to engage all muscles within the body. Each PIT class lasts for one hour, which is split into two half-hour rounds with a water break in between. Enrolling in the standard Co-Ed PIT class is recommended for clients who have high stamina and a familiarity of the stations and movements that occur during each class.

Beginner PIT
The Beginner PIT class is a circuit style training class similar to the standard Co-Ed PIT class, but particularly designed for new members to learn the format and instruction of a PIT class. Additionally, this class allows clients to build up their stamina and muscular endurance at a gradual rate at his or her own pace. Each station and interval can be toned down, with less repetitions and combinations than a regular PIT class. Enrolling in the Beginner PIT class is suggested for clients who are unique to PIT or are just initiating a new workout plan and are unfamiliar with working out regularly.

Advanced PIT
The Advanced PIT class is a circuit style training class that is more intense and extreme than any other PIT class offered. This class amps up the intensity and vigorousness even more by lowering the class attendance to a maximum of eight. Also, instead of standard combinations in between each station, dumbbells, plates, and/or sliders are integrated at various intervals throughout the hour long class. These intense variations are also combined with body-weight movements while still completing up to twelve stations. Enrolling in Advanced PIT class is recommended for clients who work out regularly and have a high amount of strength, stamina, and endurance.

PIT Boxing
The PIT Boxing class is a circuit style training class that is set up similarly to a regular Co-Ed PIT class, but half of the stations are geared towards building boxing skills. Paired with several standard stations as seen in a regular PIT class, there are also boxing stations such as a heavy bag, an uppercut bag, and a station where you work one-on-one with the instructor in mitt work. In between each station, there are standard combinations and body weight movements that occur. Enrolling in the PIT Boxing class is recommended for those who are comfortable with their abilities in the regular Co-Ed PIT classes and are interested in gaining further upper body strength in boxing.

PIT Core
The PIT Core class is a circuit style training class similar to the standard Co-Ed PIT class, but particularly designed for those that are seeking to specifically strengthen their core. Standard stations are mixed with stations that particularly target the core muscles within the body. Each station is designed to specifically strengthen your abdominals and core, with exercises such as sit-ups, leg lifts, v-ups, high planks and low planks, etc. Enrolling in the PIT Core class is recommended for those who are comfortable with their abilities in the regular Co-Ed PIT classes and are interested in gaining further strength within their core muscles.

PIT Legs and Butt
The PIT Legs and Butt class is a circuit style training class similar to the standard Co-Ed PIT class, but particularly designed for those that are seeking to specifically strengthen their muscles within their legs and glutes. Standard stations are mixed with stations that particularly target the legs and glutes. Each station is designed to specifically target your legs and butt, with exercises such as squats, wall sits, partnered movements, etc. Enrolling in the PIT Legs and Butt class is recommended for those who are comfortable with their abilities in the regular Co-Ed PIT classes and are interested in gaining further muscular strength in their legs and glutes.

Men and Women’s Strength
The Men’s Strength class and the Women’s Strength class are both circuit style training classes, but the stations are designed for mostly strength and power lifting movements. For example, some exercises within both strength classes include movements such as dead-lifts, squats, and the bench press. These movements are accompanied by a secondary lift or movement that builds explosiveness, stamina, and athleticism. Enrolling in the PIT Men’s Strength class or the PIT Women’s Strength class is recommended to those who are comfortable with their abilities in the regular Co-Ed PIT classes and are interested in building their strength within their upper and lower body and are interested in power lifting. It is also beneficial to have experience in using the squat rack and/or bench press before enrolling in a strength class.