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Sylvan Adams YM-YWHA Instructors Workouts

Rivky Eklove

Rivky – 15 Minute Stretch

Rivky – Cardio Burlesque

Rivky – STRONG Nation

Rivky – Cardio Burlesque

Rivky – Cardio Burlesque

Rivky & Anthony – STRONG Nation

Rivky – Turbo Kick

Rivky – Zumba

Rivky – Tone Up

Louise Malone

Louise Malone – Therapeutic Movement 1

Louise Malone – Therapeutic Movement 2

Louise Malone – Therapeutic Movement 3

Louise Malone – Therapeutic Movement 4

Louise Malone – Strength Basix 1

Louise Malone – Strength Basix 2

Katalin Papp

Katalin – Cardio Strength 

Katalin – Strength and Cardio 

Katalin – Strength and Cardio 

Katalin – Strength and Cardio 

Katalin – Strength and Cardio 

Katalin – Strength and Cardio 

Erica Diamond Yoga

5-Minute Mindfulness Body Scan

Zen Flow Yoga Class Online (30-minute)

Zen Flow Yoga Class Online (45-minute)

Bedtime Relaxation Flow Yoga Class Online (30-minute)

Alison McCreary Pilates

Pilates Class Part 1

Pilates Class Part 2

Marissa Haupt Workouts

Enthusiastic, motivating, ass-kicking, and often silly, Marissa, a Sylvan Adams YM-YWHA Group fitness and Small Group Training instructor, excels at delivering killer workouts while making exercise fun! A former lazy-bum pushed into action by chronic back pain, Marissa solved her problems by embracing the world of exercise. Since then, Marissa has been passionate about helping others achieve their goals and push their limits – all while having a blast.
Learn more about Marissa here.

Cardio and Core

If you can, try to do it 3x with no breaks.
4.5 minutes of work
3 exercises, 30 seconds each:
30s Burpees
30s Mountain climbers
30s Speedskaters

Move Workout

4 rounds:
10x Push ups
12x Tuck crunches
12x Bear plank opposite arms/legs lifts (6L/6R)
10x Squat jumps fwd/rev

Home Workout

3 rounds:
20x One legged deadlift (10L /10R)
20x Reverse lunge hop (10L /10R)
10x Push ups
20x Mountain climbers (10L /10R)

Davide’s Daily Workouts

May 11th – Let’s Strengthen our Upper Body

This workout consists of three supersets where you’ll perform two exercises back to back followed by a 1 minute rest.
Perform A1 and A2 back to back and then rest 1 minute. Repeat the superset 5x before moving on to B1 and B2. Adjust according to your level, the supersets can be done for 2, 3, 4 or 5 sets.

May 4th – Core Workout

Week started off right with a core workout.
Perform each exercise back to back as a circuit for the prescribed reps. Circuit should be done between 2-5 times depending on your level.

April 28th – Lower Body Workout

This workout consists of three supersets where you’ll perform two exercises back to back followed by a 1 minute rest. Perform A1 and A2 back to back and then rest 1 minute. Repeat the superset 5x before moving on to B1 and B2. Adjust according to your level, the supersets can be done for 2,3,4 or 5 sets.

April 17th – Full Body Workout

It’s time to burn those extra calories.

10 exercises, 20 repetitions of each exercise in a circuit fashion. Try to complete the exercises back-to-back without rest. Rest as needed during the workout. Once the 200 repetition circuit is complete, rest 2 minutes and try to complete a second round.

April 14th – Upper Body

Now more than ever it’s crucial to get moving and stay in shape.
This Upper Body Workout is split into two circuits consisting of 3 exercises each. Perform each exercise in the circuit back to back without rest and then rest 2 minutes before repeating the circuit 3-4 times. Once the first circuit is complete 3-4 times, move onto the second circuit.

April 7th – Leg Workout

This workout is split into two circuits consisting of 3 exercises each. Perform each exercise in the circuit back to back without rest and then rest 2 minutes before repeating the circuit 3-4 times. Once the first circuit is complete 3-4 times, move onto the second circuit.

April 6th – Cardio Workout

Perform each exercise back to back without rest. Start with performing 15 reps of each exercise for 1 round them nove on to 14 reps of each exercise, then 13 reps and keep going until you reach 1 rep per exercise. The goal is to complete the workout as fast as possible. Rest as needed.

March 30th – Core Workout

No better way to start the week than with a core workout. Perform each exercise in a circuit fashion resting 2mins between circuits. Repeat 4-5 rounds. Fit for all levels.

March 27th – Recovery Mobility Flow

Give those hard working muscles a break and help them recover!
Perform each exercise as a circuit for the prescribed reps. Circuit can be repeated up tp 3x depending on your level of muscle tightness. You will still work up a little sweat which is fully intended. No beginner or advanced, good for all levels.

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David Snively Workouts

We’ve collaborated with David Snively, a leader in the fitness industry for over 35 years. With over 30 different health and fitness certifications and counting, David is one of the premier fitness experts in the world. This ‘trainer’s trainer’ has traveled the world as a fitness consultant and presented at over 100 major conventions and conferences. Learn More about David here.

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MEMBERSHIPS

Club

CLUB

Unlimited access to our spacious 12,000 sp. ft. Fitness Centre of Excellence, featuring:

  • Over 80 cardiovascular machines
  • Fully equipped weight training area
  • 8-lane 25m swimming pool
  • Over 87 group exercise classes per week, including aquafitness and cycling
  • 2 full-court gymnasiums
  • 2 raquetball courts
EXECUTIVE

EXECUTIVE

All that the Club Membership has to offer plus the luxury of our health club including:

  • Towel and bathrobe service
  • An assortment of complimentary body care products
  • A permanent lockerette
  • Access to the steam room and dry sauna
  • Relaxation lounges with TV
  • Internet access
  • Brunch on Sundays
Children & Youth

CHILDREN & YOUTH

Free gym play and access to the pool and gymnasiums. Some restrictions apply:

  • Children between the ages of 12 and 14 can use the Fitness Center by completing formal orientation with a Y coach and by presenting a form signed by a parent or a guardian.
  • Children 14 and over have access to the Fitness Centre but must attend an orientation prior to using the equipment.