Feel the Burn

With a couple of weeks of 2016 under our belts, the team at Great Lakes Bay magazine is still hard at work on sticking to every freshly made resolution. For many of us, the top resolution is the same year after year: get in shape, stay in shape.

With a couple of weeks of 2016 under our belts, the team at Great Lakes Bay magazine is still hard at work on sticking to every freshly made resolution. For many of us, the top resolution is the same year after year: get in shape, stay in shape.

Luckily, there are almost countless choices for where to go to work up a good sweat throughout the Great Lakes Bay Region.

  1. The Saginaw Family YMCA: Swim lessons, personal training, community programs, exercise classes … the list is practically never-ending. Check out everything the YMCA in Saginaw has to offer you and your family at http://saginawymca.org/.
  2. Yoga and spinning are just two of the classes you can find at Legacy Strong in Bay City. Plan your next workout at http://www.legacystrong.co/.
  3. Whole body and mind fitness is just a quick trip away. The Greater Midland Community Center offers everything from lifting weights to going for a swim to taking a fine arts course, plus there’s childcare and programs for dance, gymnastics, and more for the kids. Check it out at http://www.mymcc.org/.
  4. On top of working out and getting in shape, you can also take a self-defense class at Endurance Fitness Center in Mt. Pleasant. See what else you can find at http://www.endurancefitnessmountpleasant.com/.

The organized classes and dedicated routines are great ways to kick start those resolutions, but there’s lots of other fun ways to get in some time for fitness, too. Ice skate at Hoyt Park (http://www.saginaw-mi.com/visit/hoytpark/), bounce around the Aftershock Indoor Trampoline Park (http://www.midlandaftershock.com/), or grab a bowling ball at Monitor Lanes (http://www.monitorlanes.com/).

Where do you go to feel the burn?

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