Coming this Fall: Free Small Group Cardio Classes!


Cardio exercise is an endurance-building, life-enhancing complement to the strength-training you do at Welcyon. Of course, reaping maximum benefit requires good form and technique. That’s why we’re making Small Group Cardio Classes a part of your membership—FREE of charge! It’s all part of our commitment to bring you the most value for your membership dollars—and the best outcome for your health.

Starting this fall, you can sign up for weekly sessions led by one of our fitness coaches. Based on high intensity interval training (HIIT)—a workout regimen developed for elite athletes—these fast, fun classes deliver an hour’s worth of health benefit in a fraction of the time. And unlike the Olympian HIIT regimens, our classes are designed for people of all shapes, sizes and levels of fitness.

Here’s how it works.

  1. In the fall, we’ll post a sign-up sheet in the club
  2. In order to accommodate as many members as possible, you can take a maximum of one class per week
  3. You can register for your choice of classes up to two weeks in advance
  4. If you must cancel, please provide at least 24 hours’ notice
  5. Classes must have a minimum of two registered members or they will be cancelled 24 hours before the scheduled session

To ensure that each member gets personalized attention from the coach, class size is limited to five.

But don’t let that stop you from doing cardio between sessions! Take what you’ve learned and do it on your own. For best results, we recommend two strength training, and two to three cardio sessions per week.

Learn more by downloading the Cardio Training Fact Sheet.

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Claims of increased strength are based on an analysis of 716 members who exercised for two years. Results will vary based on each individual’s level of participation. Wellness claims are based on evidence in health and exercise science literature.
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