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Barre

Barre classes are great for anyone who is looking to improve their fitness, strength and posture. Not only for dancers, barre exercises provide an athletic workout for the glutes, legs, thighs, arms, abdominal muscles, and many other parts of the body. Also practiced in San Francisco ballet classes, barre exercises provide a multitude of benefits, such as improving core strength and increasing flexibility, and more. Barre classes at Studiomix are terrific for anyone who is determined to lose weight or anyone who just wants to feel better. The term ‘barre’ can refer to exercises, and also to the handrail that is used for the exercises. Conditioning using the barre burns calories and releases endorphins. An important aspect of SF dance classes, barre exercises also help to improve balance and equilibrium. Read More »

Bootcamp

Our bootcamps take the latest fitness methods and exercises and combine them for fast-paced classes that burn fat, build strength, and are sure to make you sweat! Classes constantly evolve to meet the needs of our members so count on all of the instruction you need for great form and progression without the pressure of a drill sergent.With so much to do and see in San Francisco, it’s no wonder our members want a class they can jump into and get results-fast! Fat loss, strength gains, and a revitalization of the energy it takes to be you are just a few things to expect out of our bootcamps. Not your typical hodgepodge of situps and shouting, Bootcamp at STUDIOMIX will get you in shape for your favorite pants. Even if they’re camo.

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Boxing

Stick. Jab. Move. Repeat. Learn a little one-two or find the eye of the tiger. Whatever you’re into.

Our coaches begin with stance and swift movement. Once your dukes are prepped, you’ll train against heavy bags and a partner’s focus mitts. If you’d like, train to spar or even compete. Enjoy what’s perhaps man’s earliest sport- however you’d like. Read More »

Core Workouts

SF Core Workouts strengthen the center of your body, where the energy and power of the body is generated and revitalized. Essential to the functioning of your entire body, the core muscles also support and stabilize the spine. Increasing the strength of the core also helps relieve and prevent back pain. Core workouts also help to improve posture, stability, balance and flexibility. Core exercises that you can learn at Studiomix also burn calories, increase the metabolism, and help to build muscle mass. Read More »

Foam Rolling

The most overlooked component of injury prevention and fast progress is soft-tissue quality. Prep your muscles for a workout, treat day-to-day stiffness and loosen things up.

San Francisco Foam Roll  classes are a great way to learn how to perform self-myofascial release of trigger points in the muscles. Trigger points are sore spots that form within muscles or tendons. Foam rolling is a way of massaging away muscle soreness in trigger points, and preparing your muscles for deeper stretching. Using the foam roller to loosen the tension in your muscles provides an excellent way of obtaining the benefits of self-myofascial release. Read More »

Hatha Yoga

Looking for the Big Om? Then San Francisco Hatha Yoga classes might for you. Hatha yoga is based on the quest for physical purification and strengthening as a means of self-transformation. This is achieved with the use of asanas (postures), designed to promote mental and physical well-being while allowing the mind to focus and become free from distraction for long periods of meditation, along with pranayama (life-force; breath). All types of yoga Ashtana, Bikram, Vinyasa are examples of Hatha Yoga.

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HIIT

High Intensity Interval Training; a form of interval training that alternates short periods of intense anaerobic exercise with less-intense recovery periods; a form of cardiovascular conditioning. Example: Work to rest ratio of 1:4.

Hip-Hop

It turns out cranking that soulja’ boy happens to be good for scapular-humeral rhythm and “the stinky leg” happens to encourage hip mobility. Learn to pop, lock, and get a mean workout while you’re at it.

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Indoor Climbing

Our rock wall pierces through the floors of the building, providing the most challenging way to make your way from the 1st floor into the scenery of our lobby on the 3rd. Our climbing coach will see that you’re prepared to safely explore on your own, or if time permits, add a few floors of climbing to the end of your workout. Another exciting option to really mix it up.

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Indoor Cycling

A few of our indoor cycling options:

 Studio Road Ride

There’s a humming coming from the gleaming chrome wheels of a room with exactly 35 cyclists covering approximately 20 miles of imaginary road in San Francisco. Sprint your way through meticulously chosen hills, valleys and straightaways until you coast through the finish line.

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