Kennebunkport Bicycle Company offers indoor cycling classes every day of the week this winter, and while you ride, you'll get to gaze upon all the road bikes and mountain bikes in the shop and fantasize about all the outdoor riding you'll do in the spring.
Fitness Factory offers two classes - Total Trampoline and Trampoline & Tone - and both are a blend of jumping fun and serious, sweaty cardio.
SHiNE Dance Fitness combines moves from jazz, hip hop, and ballet into simple choreography set to upbeat dance music of the modern day. In other words, it's dancing!
Active things to do when it's raining or frigid or storming or just downright gross out. Take a dance lesson, hit an indoor climbing gym, find a fun workout.
The new 9Round in Gorham features a 30-minute kickboxing-based circuit that includes 9 rounds, 3 minutes each. You get to punch and kick things! And it's some serious cardio.
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!
Be Well Portland brings together our love of fitness and being social and eating and drinking with yoga and barre classes at local breweries and distilleries.
The Punk Rope class at Body By John in Portland is a challenging 45 minutes of rope jumping to loud music in a cool warehouse-like gym. In between the jumping, instructor Kathryn Foley leads the class in burpees, high knees, and butt kicks.
The music is loud, everyone's moving and sweating, and all that focus on remembering the choreography means your noggin gets a bit of a workout along with the rest of you.
Make plans for an active, sweat-filled, and memorable 2018 with these favorite workouts - from aqua fitness and pole dancing to ice climbing, kickboxing, and more.