David Silverman Fitness & Wellness Center
The Fitness Department is dedicated to helping each individual member attain their specific fitness goals.
Our Fitness Professionals are dedicated to helping you live a better life, and assisting you in realizing your physical potential. At the Levine JCC, our personal trainers educate, motivate and inspire you to achieve your fitness goals.
Based upon the principles developed by Joseph Pilates over 70 years ago, you'll learn the art of body control by performing well-executed movements aimed at strengthening and conditioning. Our Levine JCC certified Pilates trainers utilize a series of exercises on both the mat and Reformer equipment which help you increase lean muscle mass without adding bulk.
Our Group Exercise classes are taught by certified instructors and are based upon the latest aerobic conditioning and resistance training research. We offer over 60 aerobic classes per week and modifications are always demonstrated so that you can achieve your best workout. Group exercise classes are energizing, motivating, challenging and fun. A new, lighter version of group exercise classes is also available for all LJCC members 50+. Click here to view the Group Ex "LITE" schedule.
The Levine JCC offers yoga classes free to members. Please see the group ex fitness schedule for all yoga classes available.
Massage at the J
Unwind in the privacy of the JCC massage room. Through the release of muscle tension and stress, our professional staff can help you reach your wellness goals. We offer Swedish or Deep Tissue, hot stone and couples massage as well as reflexology. Click the link above for bios and credentials of our massage therapists and for more details on the body treatments and massage available.
Pickle Ball is a net court game that is played indoors at LJCC’s Howard R. Levine Gym. The United States of America Pickleball Association (USAPA) calls it the “fastest-growing sport in America.” The game itself is played on a court that is the same size as a badminton court (20 feet wide by 44 feet long). A ball similar to a wiffleball, made with a more rigid material and having smaller holes, is used in gameplay. Wooden or fiberglass paddles are used. Click here to view Pickle Ball schedule.
Expresso bikes utilize technology to provide a realistic outdoor cycling experience, while on a stationary bicycle. A computer monitor allows the user to virtually ride on scenic paths and play games to increase their exercise enjoyment. While all bikes can burn calories, Expresso bikes may provide a more entertaining and motivating exercising experience to help users lose weight. Every month Expresso posts a new challenge! Click here to see the latest challenges.
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