Now is probably a good time to acquire a fitness routine, both because it's good for your health and also to prevent yourself from going downright stir crazy in your living room in the coming weeks. Supporting a local studio/gym/trainer sure is swell, too.
'G.O.T. Balls' stands for 'Get On The Balls,' and PNF co-owner and instructor Whitney Sullivan employs medicine and stability balls (hence the 'balls') as well as dumbbells and other implements of fitness to challenge your muscles and whatever balance you can muster.
Freeport Fitness offers spin, yoga, and circuit training classes. And owner Chelsea Simcock has established a welcoming and good-humored environment where you can challenge yourself and maybe even laugh along the way.
Between the indoor saltwater pool, the personal training, the sauna, the rows of cardio and weight machines, and the long list of group fitness classes (including cycling, yoga, thai chi, Barre Fusion, boot camp, and Bodypump), Quest Fitness in Kennebunk pretty much has all the things.
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.
You'll work on strength and conditioning at the Saturday community class at The Distance Project, and trainer David Bidler will also make sure you get a useful education in body mechanics.