Online Fitness Classes

For the time being, we are offering fitness classes online so you can stay active at home! You can join us by downloading Zoom and going to this link: https://zoom.us/j/6509781868. The password for our fitness classes is front2020. Downloading the app on your computer or phone takes a few moments so be sure to do that before the class start time. EVERYONE is welcome to join these classes – you don’t have to be an active Front member!

MONDAY

7:00a HIIT & Mobility Brittany
12:00p Mat Pilates Adrienne
6:00p HIIT Body Weight Allison

 

TUESDAY

7:00a HIIT & Mobility Brittany
8:00a Cardio & Core Brittany
6:00p Strength & Conditioning Body Weight Allison

 

WEDNESDAY

7:00a HIIT with Weights Allison
8:00a Butts & Guts Allison
12:00p Mat Pilates Adrienne
6:00p Cardio & Core Brittany

 

THURSDAY

7:00a Cardio & Core Brittany
6:00p Strength & Conditioning with Weights Allison

 

FRIDAY

12:00p Mat Pilates Adrienne

ONLINE CLASS DESCRIPTIONS & EQUIPMENT NEEDED:

Cardio & Core
Equipment needed – Yoga mat (optional)
Class description – Body weight movements designed to help get our hearts pumping and then finish off class with ab work.

Butts & Guts
Equipment needed – Yoga mat (optional)
Class description – Butts and Guts is a class that allows climbers and athletes to focus on their lower body and core. This class will vary from body weight training to fast paced high-intensity movements, focusing on building strength and muscle endurance.

HIIT & Mobility
Equipment needed – Dumbbells (or jugs, canned goods, water bottles, etc), a tennis ball and or foam roller and a towel or dog leash to use as strap
Class description – HITT workout finishing up with a good stretch and mobility work.

HIIT Body Weight
Equipment needed – Yoga mat (optional)
Class description: High intensity interval training using our own body weight. This class will offer more dynamic moves that get the heart rate up and calories burning.

HIIT with Weights
Equipment needed – Dumbbells (or jugs, canned goods, water bottles, etc) and sliders (towels or paper plates work as a substitute)
Class description: High intensity interval training. Be ready to work on strength with cardio.

Mat Pilates
Equipment needed – Yoga mat (optional)
Class description: Grab your mat for this low-impact class focused on strength training, flexibility and posture. You will get a total body workout that will help build, sculpt and tone your muscles while protecting your joints.

Strength & Conditioning Body Weight
Equipment needed – Yoga mat (optional)
Class description: Focusing on strength and power moves that allow us to build muscle just using our body weight.

Strength & Conditioning with Weights
Equipment needed – Dumbbells (or jugs, canned goods, water bottles, etc) and sliders (towels or paper plates work as a substitute)
Class description: Focus on strength and power moves that allow us to build muscle using weights.

Group Fitness Classes (Once We're Back in the Studio)

All group fitness classes are free for members, and guests are welcome with a day pass! Space is limited, so you must sign up for a class in advance! You may sign up here or on the MINDBODY app.

Due to limited class sizes, there is a $5 charge for each no-show or late cancellation (less than 24 hours notice). If you have signed up for a class and you know you won’t be able to attend, please go to your MINDBODY app and cancel your registration at least 24 hours prior to the class time to avoid a charge and to give the spot to someone else. Questions or concerns related to this fee can be directed to cancel.fitness@thefrontclimbingclub.com.

Hate when our fitness classes fill up two weeks in advance? We hear you. We’ve narrowed our booking window to 3 days to ensure you have an opportunity to get into the classes you want, and that your life’s schedule doesn’t change too much between now and then!

Please note: All of the group fitness classes are in The Front Training Room (the original Front building) on the 2nd floor.

Questions? Email us at training@thefrontclimbingclub.com!

Meet the Fitness Instructors

Adrienne is a licensed therapeutic recreation specialist and certified group fitness instructor and personal trainer. She got her undergraduate degree in wilderness therapy at the University of Georgia where she led day hikes and backpacking trips for students and staff. While she earned her master’s degree in therapeutic recreation from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, she taught a wide range of fitness classes for people of all ages and abilities. As an instructor, she is organized and passionate. She loves to change things up and keep your mind and body guessing. Attend her classes if you want to be challenged!

I grew up in the biggest little city in the world, Reno, NV. Throughout my life, I have always been active. Starting at the young age of five I was participating in multiple sports such as skiing, softball, soccer and gymnastics. Being physically active was naturally a part of who I was (and am) as a person. But as I got older I realized that physical fitness is just one part of it all. I have since then dedicated my time to understanding holistic health (spiritual, environmental, physical, social, emotional, intellectual, occupational and nutritional) as well as being an endurance mountain athlete (trail running, cycling, skiing, hiking and rock climbing). Certified in ACE Personal Training I have taught skiing, HIIT, TRX, functional movement and indoor cycling.

In my classes, we work on the mind, body and confidence by challenging you from the inside out. HIIT Force will test out your cardiovascular endurance as well as strength. Being body positive means we open the doors to all fitness levels. Focusing on functional movement, correcting range of motion, building strength through slower dynamic moves –  this will help correct imbalances within our muscles and tendons. You can expect a challenge in my workouts, but also a friendly and safe environment to fail, learn and grow and to bring the best version of yourself out.

Bonnie loves walking into the studio, shedding her corporate skin and cranking up the jams. She’s an energetic instructor who wants you to be dripping sweat and pushing your limits Just watch out for the abs – she makes those babies burn! When she’s not in the studio she is hard to find. If she’s not climbing rocks, she’s slaying the slopes, making waterski runs or jet setting to find adventures. Her passion is contagious, and you’ll leave her classes smiling.

Brittany is a small town girl from Nevada who moved to Utah in 2012.  The new access she had to outdoor recreation helped her to live a more active lifestyle and gave her the opportunity to be closer to nature. Being active outside helped her to live a more wholesome life full of love and gratitude. This fueled her passion for health and wellness so she became an ACE certified personal trainer, an ACE group fitness instructor, yoga teacher and a wilderness first responder.

Her theory on exercise is work hard in the gym so that you can be better outside doing the activities you love. She understands that it is hard to stay focused in the gym when you are daydreaming about being in the mountains so her classes are high energy, fun and never the same. When you step into her class expect a sweaty workout that will challenge your body and your mind! Brittany loves to teach because she gets to help others understand their true potential and push past their physical and mental limitations.

Outside of the gym, you will find her road cycling up the canyons, slacklining in Liberty Park, playing the ukulele or curled up with a strong cup of coffee and a good book.

Hello! My name is Darlene Neth, I was born and raised in West Valley City, Utah. I was a trainer at Vasa Fitness for two years and learned many amazing skills and techniques on how to be a better trainer mentally and physically. I am a certified functional strength coach through Mike Boyle Level 1 and 2. I am also TRX suspension qualified.

I currently teach TRX and Recovery here at The Front which I absolutely love. I like to incorporate full body movements focusing on form, pace and keeping an upbeat vibe with my energy and music. My Recovery class is super chill, focusing on rolling out the entire body and getting deep into those muscles to release any tension that has built up. I’m a free spirit that that loves to go on adventures to explore and learn new things. I also love to dance, listen to music, climb, enjoy mother nature and do artsy stuff! I am so grateful for the life I live and will continue to keep growing to be the best version of myself and to share my light to the world!

My name is Donovan Allen, but everyone calls me Dono. I’m originally from SLC and moved back here three years ago. I’m an avid climber and dog dad – I’ve been to 48 states and three countries with my dog! I currently teach HIIT & Cycle Cross at The Front. During my classes, you can expect underground music and upbeat mash-ups as well as a team-oriented style of class. As a former youth Gymnastics coach and training obsessed climber, you can also expect stabilization and mobility exercises geared towards building a strong foundation for climbing/mountain fitness.

2+ years experience coaching gymnastics
2+ years experience training for climbing
STC TRX certified

My name is Erin Storck and I have been teaching fitness classes at The Front for about a year and a half. I have over five years of experience personal training, two of which are with The Front. I am ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist, Certified Schwinn Spin Instructor and TRX Instructor. I am currently teaching TRX Training, Mountain Fitness and Recovery. From my classes, you can expect high energy and proper form! My passions are snowboarding, backcountry skiing, mountain running, climbing and strength training!

I was born and raised in Virginia and moved out to Utah four years ago. I’ve instructed skiing, swimming, ballet and gymnastics, and am excited to add cardio and core as well as cycle barre to the list. In my own climbing I focus on setting measurable goals and celebrating each small improvement. As an instructor, I strive to do the same for my students. When not climbing or instructing, I can be found studying Chemistry with a cat on my lap.

Growing up on the east coast, a mixture of lacrosse, biking and track & field, created an environment of complimentary workout regiments that followed throughout my collegiate years. After relocating out west in 2013 to bike and learn to ski, it was only a matter of time before I fell for climbing. Seeking to not let that metaphor become a constant reality, I found that tailoring creative workouts for staying on the wall not only improved my climbing abilities, but also helped build and maintain a physicality that helped me in all my other recreational pursuits. Come join me early in the morning in Power Building for a full body workout to fuel your day, build muscle and stability and earn your breakfast, or jump on a bike in Cycle-Cross for a high intensity sweat-fest, incorporating upper body and core exercises. Caffeinated and unabashedly techno playlists will get you in the mood to power through the most challenging of circuits, allowing you to push your limits and finish strong.

Sofia Gorder works as a body practitioner, dancer, choreographer, movement educator and arts administrator in SLC. She has spent a lifetime studying kinesiology, choreography, bodywork, dance and wellness. She is known for building platforms for immersive learning through the arts, embodiment, and community forums. She loves creating opportunities for people to explore the internal landscape through the engagement of the physical body. She believes that the body can serve as a healing mechanism that exposes unhealthy mental-emotional patterns and reroutes them through pushing the limits of our physical capacity.

What People Are Saying About...

Brittany's Cycle Cross class: Awesomely hard as hell.

Darlene's Recovery class: Foam roller, lacrosse ball for trigger points, great music and relaxation time too. Loved the class!

Dono's Core for Climbers class: Dono did an awesome job of fixing up the variation in core exercises. Loved the extension exercises and holding poses. Felt the burn for sure.