Fitness & Health Clubs in High Point, NC
Comprehensive list of High Point, North Carolina based health & fitness clubs, gyms and spa centers. Read unbiased reviews. Get a quote.
If you are interested in your child taking gymnastics please come by and see our facility and meet our team. We are providing a free class to any new student. Please ask Connie at the office or the class instructor for details. Gymnastics is a perfect way for kids to earn confidence, strength, flexibility, and a sense of accomplishment through their own hard work.
The Sportscenter Athletic Club is a private membership athletic club committed to delivering the ultimate athletic and recreational facilities for our members of all ages in a facility designed to incorporate the total fitness concept for maximum benefits and total enjoyment. The Sportscenter Athletic Club has taken fitness and wellness to a whole new level.
Discover a huge array of fitness club activities including yoga, aerobics, boxing, karate, racquetball classes, and individual trainers at Jamestown 24-Hour Fitness. Burn up to 1,200 calories while training with a certified boxing instructor in our kickboxing and boxing classes. These classes are available for everyone of all ages to enjoy.
Flip Force offers FREE trial classes to all new students! Contact our office today to schedule yours! Kernersville's dynamic gymnastics and tumbling training center! Call our office for more information. Our classes run year-round -- new schedules begin in August and continue through the end of July.
Triangle Fitness on Old Winston Road was opened in October of 2004. Servicing the Greater Kernersville Area, we're situated at 905 Old Winston RD just off of South Main St down behind the Papa John's. We are a complete service training facility delivering OVER 23,000 sq ft of strength equipment and aerobics classes, yoga, individual training, Basketball Court, batting cages, and a performance espresso
All classes are meeting on their regular schedule. There are openings in all the beginner classes. None of our classes are full at this time. Just show up if you prefer to dance.
Since then, of course, the competitive landscape of health clubs, YMCAs, and fitness studios has changed considerably. Recently, Forsyth Woman caught up with Women's Wellness & Fitness Owner/Operator, Helen Naples, to find out how things are shaping up so to speak. FW: First of all, how did you become a business owner in the health club industry?
Our program is tailored to help in the development of hand-eye coordination and motor skills. The main objective is for the kids to enjoy themselves while they become confident in their physical and social abilities. Where every child is a champion.