⚡️ – Overall – Loved the energy and how engaged the instructors were. I highly recommend working out at Barre 3. If you are looking for a community that is encouraging and promotes feeling your best. This is it.
If you would like to find out more about Kaia Fit you can visit their website at Kaia Fit Boise. They are located at 3415 N. Cole Rd, Suite 104, Boise, ID 83704 or call 208-908-2283.
⚡️ – Overall – I really liked the workout. The best part was how it did feel like personal training and all the the exercises were modified to fit my ability. This would be a great place to start working out or to go if you are very experienced in fitness and looking to take your game to the next level.
⚡️ – Overall – ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
I love this workout and definitely in my top 5 of all time. I like that there is no class time and you just work into a station as soon as you arrive. I also like the length as I am often pressed for time. They have a heart rate monitoring system that really helps track how the workout is going. That’s is a feature I like seeing at a gym.
C2R Fitness is owned by two women, Robin Wagner and Cyn Newsom, who have been in the health industry for over 2 decades. They have worked in an area with folks as they age and realized that a healthier lifestyle could drastically reduce health issues they were having and improve the current quality of life.
C2R Fitness is a new gym located on Chinden and Cloverdale in Boise. As soon as I walked in the door I noticed how inviting the environment is. I was introduced to Danny, who walked me through what a first visit would be like for any new client.
I wrote a little bit about F45 while I was doing Boise Fitness Week. I have been going to F45 for 8 months and am really glad that I was willing to try it out. F45 is functional fitness training. My best description is that it is a bit like crossfit or bootcamp classes. The exercises are meant to be functional or mimic real life movements.
We are at the end of the month already! I feel like I was just setting my goals and now I am realizing how many I never got to. How do you evaluate your progress? Do you look monthly, weekly, or not at all?
Walking into Barre3 I was a bit intimidated. I had done a class during Boise Fitness Week but I was not sure if it would be the same. I don’t like to do new things alone. But that’s why I am visiting new gyms and why I am writing about it. Intimidation is a huge factor for people to not try a class that they think may be fun or a great workout.
On Day 9 I had to squeeze in 2 workouts. I was a little better at planning these. In the morning I headed to Downtown Boise for Upcycle and then in the afternoon I was back in Boise for Hollywood Market Yoga. I purposely left yoga for Day 9 and for Day 10 I only visited Stretch Lab. I though those two were perfect for a wind down to the week.