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"Conditioning" -- this may be a word that a lot of professional trainers use, but what does it imply? Conditioning is actually a very broad term for any workout routine that focuses on a particular fitness aspect. Of course, you don't have to be a professional athlete to be able to "condition" yourself. You just have to be willing to dedicate a good amount of time towards the improvement of that particular aspect -- whether it is muscle conditioning, strength conditioning, agility and speed conditioning, or core conditioning. With enough time, you'll begin to see the results of your efforts.

Muscle Conditioning - Adult

These classes are suitable for all levels, focusing on building bone mass, muscular strength and endurance with no cardio component. Classes may be specific to certain areas of the body and may use equipment such as body bars, stability balls, BOSU, hand weights and exercise bands.

Muscle Conditioning - Older Adult

These classes are suitable for all levels, focusing on building bone mass, muscular strength and endurance with no cardio component. Classes may be specific to certain areas of the body and may use equipment such as body bars, stability balls, BOSU, hand weights and exercise bands.

Muscle Conditioning - Youth

These classes are suitable for all levels, focusing on building bone mass, muscular strength and endurance with no cardio component. Classes may be specific to certain areas of the body and may use equipment such as body bars, stability balls, BOSU, hand weights and exercise bands.

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