MCCS Semper Fit offers a variety of FREE Group Fitness classes across MCB Butler. No matter what your interested are, we’ve got you covered! Contact MCCS Health promotion for more information firstname.lastname@example.org
Inclusion Statement: We encourage and support the participation of individuals of all abilities. Please call MCCS Health Promotion at 645-3910 or email email@example.com if you need any assistance or require an accommodation.
Group Fitness Events
AMPD Strength® / Body Blast / Strength Intervals / Functional Strength / Strong Nation®
A full body workout designed to increase muscle tone. A variety of equipment such as resistance bands, dumbbells, cardio barbells, and weighted balls are integrated into each class.
Power Circuit / Insanity® / Circuit Intervals / Tabata / Cardio Barre
Combines body weight, strength, cardio, and plyometric training. Movements are set to music or performed at specific work-to-rest intervals.
Cycle is a cardio-based class performed entirely on a stationary spin bike. Exercises mimic road cycling, incorporating hills, jumps, and sprints.
A mix of explosive dancing and bodyweight toning. The routines feature aerobic interval training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms.
Zumba® / Zumba Toning®/ Zumba Step® / Aqua Zumba®
Zumba is a Latin-derived dance workout. Zumba Toning® incorporates all the elements of traditional Zumba® with added weights. Zumba Step® utilizes Aerobic step platforms. Aqua Zumba® blends high-energy Zumba® moves with low-impact aqua fitness.
Yoga is a mind-body practice centered around intention, breath, and posture. While yoga practice may take many forms—from Yin to Vinyasa--classes labeled “Yoga” may alternate between different styles. Vinyasa yoga is vigorously paced with an added focus on strength. Yin yoga is gentler and slower-paced practice. Hatha yoga is a series of forceful poses designed to create heat in the body.
Prenatal Yoga incorporates gentle stretching and breathing exercises appropriate for expecting mothers. There is a heavy emphasis on pranayama (breath work) to prepare pregnant individuals for labor. While Prenatal Yoga is designed with pregnancy in mind, it is open to all patrons.
Health Promotion Program
OCONUS Base Phone: 81-98-970-3910
Follow Health Promotion Program:
|Monday||7AM - 4PM|
|Tuesday||7AM - 4PM|
|Wednesday||7AM - 4PM|
|Thursday||7AM - 4PM|
|Friday||7AM - 4PM|