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Group Fitness Flow Chart

Oh, the choices!

Sometimes choosing a group fitness class is like going to the grocery store. All you want is a box of cereal or an aerobics class, but you have to go and read through dozens of choices before you make your pick. Group Fitness may have officially started out with Kenneth Cooper Aerobics, but the industry has gained a lot more popularity in recent years. Group fitness is like being in a huge personal training class where you can have fun, make a lot of friends, and bond through mutual pain.

Group Fitness Flow Chart

I have been teaching group fitness for about 5 years now and have taught classes from Spin to Boot Camp to Group Power, and they are not only challenging for everyone in the class but challenging for me, too! Nowadays, you can find complimentary classes included with your gym membership, or you can go to specialized pilates, yoga, or spinning studios.

Go with the flow 

The choices can be overwhelming, so hopefully, the flow chart above can help direct you to the right class to fit your needs. This chart is by no means all-encompassing, but it does list the most popular classes out there right now. I have listed each type of class below with a link to an explanation of that class. The best way to find a class in your area is to simply type the class name and your area code in Google search. That usually produces the best results and is easy to remember!

Most people want to have a good-looking body, but they are missing one major thing and that is the motivation that will push them forward. You can find this motivation in these group training because you see other people progress and you might even make some new friends who are going through the same tough process as you. No matter what fitness type group you end up joining, you will most definitely enjoy the time that you spend there working out and that is the most important. If you don’t feel comfortable, then maybe try changing up with some different fitness programs.


  • Step Class
  • Zumba
  • Spinning
  • Water Aerobics
  • Strength:
  • Body Pump
  • Kettlebell
  • Boot Camp

  • Cross Fit
  • Circuit Training
  • Boot Camp

  • Pilates (focuses more on strength)
  • Yoga

  • Sport Conditioning
  • Boot Camp
  • Boxing
  • Cross Fit
  • Hoopnotica
  • Kangoo Class
  • Belly Dancing
  • Barre
  • Urban Rebounding
  • Pound

What’s your favorite group fitness class?
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