Fitness Classes to Help Homeowners in the Myrtle Beach Area Keep Their New Year’s Resolutions
If you made a New Year’s resolution to exercise more, then you are not alone. Keeping to your New Year’s resolutions can be difficult when you are moving into a new home. Luckily, Myrtle Beach has some amazing fitness classes that can help get homeowners in the Grand Strand motivated. Garden City Realty has put together a list of the best fitness classes in the Myrtle Beach area.
FITNESS CLASSES FOR HOMEOWNERS ON THE GO
Maybe you are looking to buy a house in Myrtle Beach. Maybe you are in the middle of moving and becoming a new homeowner. Maybe you are a long-term resident of Myrtle Beach, but you’re always busy. Either way, you’re going to want to find some amazing quick workouts. That’s where CrossFit and Spin classes come in. These intensive workouts focus on high interval strength training.
Spin class is great for building up endurance and muscle in the lower body. Becoming a spin class hero will also get you ready to pedal your way around the Grand Strand. You may want to learn some spin class lingo before you start. Core Fitness offers a 45-minute spin class, so you can blast through a workout.
CrossFit is one of the workout programs sweeping the nation. It’s a quick, 20 minute, high-energy class. You can find CrossFit coaches at most local gyms. Core Fitness also offers a CrossFit class with a warm-up and cool-down period.
FITNESS CLASSES FOR HOMEOWNERS RETIRING TO MYRTLE BEACH
If you are retiring to Myrtle Beach and looking for some workout classes suited to a more leisurely lifestyle then yoga may be the fit for you. Yoga can be as relaxing or intense as you want it to be. There are several low impact yoga classes in the Myrtle Beach area.
Inlet Yoga Studio offers a variety of in-studio yoga classes for those who wish to take it easy or challenge themselves. There are Warm Flow, Guided Meditation, and Hips and Hammies classes.
Water Aerobics is one of the best exercises for weak knees. If you need a break from hard surfaces that hurt your joints, water aerobics is a great option. Pepper Geddings Aquatics offers a variety of guided aerobic classes in Myrtle Beach.
FITNESS FOR NEW HOMEOWNERS MOVING TO MYRTLE BEACH
Finding a new home is often stressful, so it’s a good thing exercise helps relieve the stress of moving. If you are a new homeowner in the grand strand then you probably want to meet new people. Fitness classes can help you make new friends. There are several group-oriented fitness classes in Myrtle Beach that help newcomers meet people.
Sea Yoga offers a selection of Yoga classes that take place in various locations around Myrtle Beach. If you are looking for a fun community yoga class in Myrtle Beach, Sea Yoga’s mantra is “connection and acceptance”. Sea Yoga meets in fun spots, like RipTydz rooftop overlooking the ocean and Crooked Hammock’s lawn. This is the perfect yoga community to meet new people and enjoy nature.
FITNESS FOR HOMEOWNERS WHO WANT TO STAY HOME
Whether you are a homeowner that prefers the comfort of their home, or simply don’t like working out in front of other people there are many virtual exercise options available. There are plenty of the best free exercise classes on YouTube.
If you are looking for a class with more accountability there are programs like 9Round. With 30 minute 9round virtual workouts you will receive all of the guidance that an in-person class provides while in the privacy of your own home.
Other home workout options include virtual classes from local Myrtle Beach exercise studios, like Inlet Yoga. If you are a CrossFit member you can log on to your account and participate in advanced at home workouts.
Although moving can be stressful there are many ways to maintain that New Year’s resolution. As science has proved, a body in motion stays in motion. So, why not keep that momentum that you built up while moving and blast through those fitness goals?
Written by Katie Robison for Garden City Realty