There are so many entertaining ways to exercise your bod around here – fitness classes that involve hula hoops and
Wolfpack Fitness in Auburn is nestled amid tall trees and the sandy shoreline of Gulf Island Pond. During Ladies Lifting Night, you'll lift cinder blocks, slam chains into the dirt, and sledgehammer a tire, all outdoors and year-round.
Beach Bootcamp at Willard Beach is a perfect blend of sweat and sand. Amy Currie, founder of Fit Justice in Westbrook, runs the bootcamps every Saturday in June and July.
The hour-long bootcamp-style class includes a range of stations, which switch up from week to week, but you can expect things like battle ropes, pushups, small hurdle jumping, squats, short sprints, and planks.
The YMCA of Southern Maine's Try the Y campaign, which runs from Jan 2-5, 2019 at all four branches (Portland, Biddeford, Freeport, and New Gloucester), invites you to check out the YMCA for FREE. Enjoy group fitness classes, pool, sauna, weight room, and more.
Work out in the yard and the open air with Amy Kilburn of Sunrise Fitness in Standish. You'll flip tires, do push-ups, and sweat your brains out in the grass.
ThryveFit Studio is an online portal to live fitness classes - including yoga, HIIT, strength, bootcamp, and more - plus digital classroom packages that include a variety of health and wellness topics, like wellness routines, program building, recovery, and nutrition.
Here are some free ways to work out and be active in Maine, from running, hiking and cross-country skiing to upcoming events that don't cost a dime. Because a lack of cash shouldn't keep you from gettin' ripped!
While so many of us are shaking off sleep as we shuffle into the kitchen - or still contentedly snoozing away - there are a host of early risers starting their days with planks, lunges, high knees, and sweat during Maine Boot Camp.
Whether you're training for an obstacle course race or you just want a cool way to grow your strength, endurance, and agility, check out Anne L'Heureux's obstacle fitness classes, taught in her own Biddeford backyard.