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Friday, March 27, 2015         

Tryouts

All through a spin class at Hono­lulu Holo Cycling Studio, I kept thinking, "My butt hurts." I was thankful for the times when we stood up on the stationary bike pedals, which provided some relief from being seated for long intervals.

A diverse group, young and old and of all sizes, assembled for the Aqua Fit class at the Kroc Center in Ewa Beach.

The Drums Alive class at the Still and Moving Center was all fun and games.

Kick, jab, punch! Not having any formal martial arts training, I'll admit that checking out Martin Buell's kempo karate class was a bit intimidating, but upon arrival, I was welcomed into the group and my insecurities quickly disappeared.

We often take our bones for granted. We can pop calcium pills or hit the chiropractor or massage therapist’s office when our skeletons get unaligned, but using dynamic movement to get straight is not typically at the top of the list. Pamela Sandridge’s COREography class can provide similar effects.

Dancing my way through Erin Young's Zumba Gold class at New Hope Diamond Head Resource Center at Kahala Mall, I was reminded to "feel the music, ditch the workout and join the party.

Sweaty and a little achy describes how I felt after attending Body Fit Boot Camp's interval training session, held outdoors at Kapiolani Park.

If you need to stretch tight muscles while burning a bunch of calories, head over to the newly opened Hot Yoga by the Sea studio in Kailua.


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