Xtreme Fitness

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Classes are required to sign-up on the day of class. Sign-up sheets are available daily at 7am in Xtreme Fitness counter. Be advised that class schedules are subject to immediate change without prior notice.

Group Fitness Class Schedule: Spring 2015


TimeMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday
8 AM
9 AM
Wing Chun
Jack
Wing Chun
Challenge your capacities with this Chinese martial art and form of self-defense. Learn to utilize both striking and grappling skills while specializing in close-quarters combat.
10 AM
Spin
Adam
Spin
Spin is an interactive cardiovascular focused class on a spin bike that also features core exercises. Ranging from light to challenging, you can choose your own intensity and enjoy an upbeat style of teaching.
Spin
Adam
Spin
Spin is an interactive cardiovascular focused class on a spin bike that also features core exercises. Ranging from light to challenging, you can choose your own intensity and enjoy an upbeat style of teaching.
Boot Camp
Leo
Boot Camp by Leo
Bootcamp by Leo is an outdoor moderate to high intensity cardio based class that will challenge you mentally and physically to build all around strength and endurance.
AM Fitness
Kevin
AM Fitness
Come in to Xtreme Fitness early and take advantage of our beginner level group fitness class.This low maintenance bodyweight based class can help you start your morning strong.
Tennis NE1
Sabrina
Tennis NE1
Test your skills on the tennis courts with this skills based Group Fitness Class. Come to the Tennis Courts and work on different aspects in your game as well as some outdoor strength and conditioning.
11 AM
Tennis NE1
Sabrina
Tennis NE1
Test your skills on the tennis courts with this skills based Group Fitness Class. Come to the Tennis Courts and work on different aspects in your game as well as some outdoor strength and conditioning.
12 PM
Work-it-Circuit
Work-it-Circuit
Work-it-Circuit offers a full body workout in only 30 minutes. Join this mid-day group fitness moderate intense class and you can expect to train with kettlebells, body bars, dumbbells, aerobic steps, and resistance bands.
Body By
Leo
Body By Leo
In Body by Leo, you can expect a high intensity, full body, resistance training work out. With the use of light dumbbells and your own body weight, you will be challenged to your absolute best.
Work-it-Circuit
Work-it-Circuit
Work-it-Circuit offers a full body workout in only 30 minutes. Join this mid-day group fitness moderate intense class and you can expect to train with kettlebells, body bars, dumbbells, aerobic steps, and resistance bands.
Body By
Leo
Body By Leo
In Body by Leo, you can expect a high intensity, full body, resistance training work out. With the use of light dumbbells and your own body weight, you will be challenged to your absolute best.
Grappling
Alex
Grappling
Learn submission grappling techniques and apply your skills at Grappling. The cardio styled sparring class focuses on execution and technique.
Work-it-Circuit
Adam
Work-it-Circuit
Work-it-Circuit offers a full body workout in only 30 minutes. Join this mid-day group fitness moderate intense class and you can expect to train with kettlebells, body bars, dumbbells, aerobic steps, and resistance bands.
Work-it-Circuit
Adam
Work-it-Circuit
Work-it-Circuit offers a full body workout in only 30 minutes. Join this mid-day group fitness moderate intense class and you can expect to train with kettlebells, body bars, dumbbells, aerobic steps, and resistance bands.
1 PM
Zumba
Fabiola
Zumba
Take the "work" out of workout. Zumba is a mix of low-intensity and high-intensity moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party. Fitness classes are a fun and effective way to exercise for all skill levels.
Open Mat
Jonathan
Open Mat
At Open Mat you can learn basic wrestling skills at your own pace. Whether it's learning or refining your mat skills, Open Mat will help you develop the proper fundamental techniques.
2 PM
Muay Thai
Kick Boxing
Robert
Muay Thai Kick Boxing
In Muay Thai you can challenge your skills in combat with strikes and clinches. Come in to learn and refine your physical and mental skills in this unique form of martial arts.
Muay Thai
Kick Boxing
Robert
Muay Thai Kick Boxing
In Muay Thai you can challenge your skills in combat with strikes and clinches. Come in to learn and refine your physical and mental skills in this unique form of martial arts.
Next Level
Fitness
Kevin
Next Level Fitness
Step up your fitness level at Next Level Fitness. This is a high-paced circuit training style class which utilizes jump ropes, spin bikes, body bars, and a battle rope. Come ready for a challenging all body workout and get to the next level.
Open Mat
Jonathan
Open Mat
At Open Mat you can learn basic wrestling skills at your own pace. Whether it's learning or refining your mat skills, Open Mat will help you develop the proper fundamental techniques.
3 PM
Body By
Leo
Body By Leo
In Body by Leo, you can expect a high intensity, full body, resistance training work out. With the use of light dumbbells and your own body weight, you will be challenged to your absolute best.
Yoga
Christanne
Yoga
Back by popular demand, this mind-body based class combines stretching exercises, controlled breathing, and relaxation to improve your fitness and manage your stress. Yoga is a low intensity non-impact total body workout.
Body By
Leo
Body By Leo
In Body by Leo, you can expect a high intensity, full body, resistance training work out. With the use of light dumbbells and your own body weight, you will be challenged to your absolute best.
4 PM
Tai Chi
Yoshie
Tai Chi
Tai Chi is a low-intensity, non-impact, mind body class that utilizes minimal equipment. Learn and practice gentle free flowing movements that focus on reducing stress and improving your health.
Spin
Chad
Spin
Spin is an interactive cardiovascular focused class on a spin bike that also features core exercises. Ranging from light to challenging, you can choose your own intensity and enjoy an upbeat style of teaching.
Spin
Chad
Spin
Spin is an interactive cardiovascular focused class on a spin bike that also features core exercises. Ranging from light to challenging, you can choose your own intensity and enjoy an upbeat style of teaching.
5 PM
Japanese Swordsmanship
Yoshie
Japanese Swordsmanship
Learn the art of classical Japanese sword fighting in Japanese Swordsmanship. Practice a composition of techniques such as feigning, cutting, jabbing, thrusting, parrying, binding, and footwork.
PWR Lift
Kevin
PWR Lift
Move from station to station in this circuit style class. Power Lift focuses on developing you for Olympic lifting. You can expect to use PVC pipes, body bars, kettlebells, and Olympic bars to improve your technique and competence in the Olympic lifts.
Jive at 5
Leo
Jive at 5
You can get your jive on and enjoy a good cardio workout as you turn back the clock and get a taste of the 50's. Swing, sweat, and succeed through this 50's themed dance class.
Circuit Training
Vero
Circuit Training
At Circuit Training you can expect to endure a full 50 minute class of high intensity circuit training. Put your body through a great workout utilizing dumbbells, kettle bells, and body bars.
6 PM
Latin Fusion
Mustafa
Latin Fusion
Latin Fusion ranges from Argentine tango to Salsa and everything in between. This group fitness class can accommodate beginners and veterans in a constantly varied format.
Kettle Spin
Jonathan
Kettle Spin
Push your cardio respiratory endurance and get a full body workout at the same time. Spin Class goes beyond the bike and features full body exercises set to an interval style of circuit training with Kettlebells and body weight exercises.
Latin Fusion
Mustafa
Latin Fusion
Latin Fusion ranges from Argentine tango to Salsa and everything in between. This group fitness class can accommodate beginners and veterans in a constantly varied format.
Yoga
Christianne
Yoga
Back by popular demand, this mind-body based class combines stretching exercises, controlled breathing, and relaxation to improve your fitness and manage your stress. Yoga is a low intensity non-impact total body workout.
7 PM
Jiu-jitsu
Alex
Jiu-jitsu
Jiu-jitsu is a Japanese martial art based on close quarter combat. Jiu-jitsu features effective grappling while an emphasis is placed on self-defense and ground control.
Boxing
Charles
Boxing
Boxing and exercise is what you can expect in this class. Whether you are new to boxing or have experience, all skill levels are welcomed. You can work on building cardio, learn basic footwork, or practice punch combinations.
Jiu-jitsu
Alex
Jiu-jitsu
Jiu-jitsu is a Japanese martial art based on close quarter combat. Jiu-jitsu features effective grappling while an emphasis is placed on self-defense and ground control.
Boxing
Charles
Boxing
Boxing and exercise is what you can expect in this class. Whether you are new to boxing or have experience, all skill levels are welcomed. You can work on building cardio, learn basic footwork, or practice punch combinations.




Reasons to Exercise

Reason 1
Help you to more effectively manage stress.
Reason 2
Help you to lose weight - especially fat weight.
Reason 3
Improve the functioning of your immune system.
Reason 4
Reduce medical and healthcare expenses.
Reason 5
Reduce your risk of getting heart disease.
Reason 6
Increase your level of muscle strength.
Reason 7
Improve athletic performance.
Reason 8
Help relieve the pain of tension headaches - perhaps the most common type of headache.
Reason 9
Allows you to consume greater quantities of food and still maintain caloric balance.
Reason 10
Help you sleep easier and better.
Reason 11
Enhances sexual desire, performance, and satisfaction.
Reason 12
Reduce the risk of developing hypertension (high blood pressure).
Reason 13
Increase the density and breaking strength of bones.
Reason 14
Improve your physical appearance.
Reason 15
Increase circulating levels of HDL (good) cholesterol.
Reason 16
Assist in efforts to stop smoking.
Reason 17
Help you to relax.
Reason 18
Help improve short-term memory in older individuals.
Reason 19
Help to maintain weight loss - unlike dieting, alone.
Reason 20
Help relieve many of the common discomforts of pregnancy (backache, heartburn, constipation, etc.).
Reason 21
Reduce your anxiety level.
Reason 22
Help control blood pressure in people with hypertension.
Reason 23
Protect against "creeping obesity" (the slow, but steady weight gain that occurs as you age).
Reason 24
Reduce vulnerability to various cardiac dysrhythmias (abnormal heart rhythms).
Reason 25
Improve the likelihood of survival from a myocardial infarction (heart attack).
Reason 26
Help to overcome jet lag.
Reason 27
Slow the rate of joint degeneration in people with osteoarthritis.
Reason 28
Lower your resting heart rate.
Reason 29
Help to boost creativity.
Reason 30
Reduce circulating levels of triglycerides.
Reason 31
Help the body resist upper respiratory tract infections.
Reason 32
Increase your anaerobic threshold, allowing you to work or exercise longer at a higher level, before a significant amount of lactic acid builds up.
Reason 33
Help to preserve lean body tissue.
Reason 34
Improve ability to recover from physical exertion.
Reason 35
Help speed recovery from chemotherapy treatments.
Reason 36
Increase ability to supply blood to the skin for cooling.
Reason 37
Increase the thickness of the cartilage in your joints.
Reason 38
Give you more energy to meet the demands of daily life, and provide you with a reserve to meet the demands of unexpected emergencies.
Reason 39
Increase your level of muscle endurance.
Reason 40
Help prevent intestinal ulcers.
Reason 41
Increase the density and breaking strength of ligaments and tendons.
Reason 42
Improve posture.
Reason 43
Increase your maximal oxygen uptake (VO2 max-perhaps the best measure of your physical working capacity).
Reason 44
Help you to maintain your resting metabolic rate.
Reason 45
Reduce the risk of developing colon cancer.
Reason 46
Increase your tissues' responsiveness to the actions of insulin (i.e., improves tissue sensitivity for insulin) helping to better control blood sugar, particularly if you are a Type II diabetic.
Reason 47
Help to relieve constipation.
Reason 48
Expand blood plasma volume.
Reason 49
Reduce the risk of developing prostate cancer.
Reason 50
Help to combat substance abuse.
Reason 51
Help to alleviate depression.
Reason 52
Increase your ability to adapt to cold environments.
Reason 53
Help you maintain proper muscle balance.
Reason 54
Reduce the rate and severity of medical complications associated with hypertension.
Reason 55
Help to alleviate certain menstrual symptoms.
Reason 56
Lower your heart rate response to sub maximal physical exertion.
Reason 57
Help to alleviate low-back pain.
Reason 58
Help to reduce the amount of insulin required to control blood sugar levels in Type I (insulin-dependent) diabetics.
Reason 59
Improve mental alertness.
Reason 60
Improve respiratory muscle strength and muscle endurance - particularly important for asthmatics.
Reason 61
Reduce your risk of having a stroke.
Reason 62
Help you to burn excess calories.
Reason 63
Increase your cardiac reserve.
Reason 64
Improve coronary (heart) circulation.
Reason 65
Offset some of the negative side effects of certain antihypertensive drugs.
Reason 66
Increase your stroke volume (the amount of blood the heart pumps with each beat).
Reason 67
Improve your self-esteem.
Reason 68
Reduce your susceptibility for coronary thrombosis (a clot in an artery that supplies the heart with blood).
Reason 69
Reduce your risk of developing Type II (non-insulin-dependent) diabetes.
Reason 70
Reduce the risk of developing breast cancer.
Reason 71
Improve mental cognition (a short-term effect only).
Reason 72
Maintain or improves joint flexibility.
Reason 73
Improve your glucose tolerance.
Reason 74
Reduce workdays missed due to illness.
Reduce the viscosity of your blood.
Reason 75
Reason 76
Enhance your muscles' abilities to extract oxygen from your blood.
Reason 77
Increase your productivity at work.
Reason 78
Reduce your likelihood of developing low-back problems.
Reason 79
Improve your balance and coordination.
Reason 80
Improve your body's ability to use fat for energy during physical activity.
Reason 81
Provide protection against injury.
Reason 82
Decrease (by 20 to 30 percent) the need for antihypertensive medication.
Reason 83
Improve your decision-making abilities.
Reason 84
Help reduce and prevent the immediate symptoms of menopause (hot flashes, sleep disturbances, irritability) and decrease the long-term risks of cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, and obesity.
Reason 85
Help to relieve and prevent "migraine head-ache attacks."
Reason 86
Reduce the risk of endometriosis (a common cause of infertility).
Reason 87
Help to retard bone loss as you age, thereby reducing your risk of developing osteoporosis.
Reason 88
Help decrease your appetite (a short-term effect only).
Reason 89
Improve pain tolerance and mood if you suffer from osteoarthritis.
Reason 90
Help prevent and relieve the stresses that cause carpal tunnel syndrome.
Reason 91
Make your heart a more efficient pump.
Reason 92
Help to decrease left ventricular hypertrophy (a thickening of the walls of the left ventricle) in people with hypertension.
Reason 93
May be protective against the development of Alzheimer's disease.
Reason 94
Improve your mood.
Reason 95
Help to increase your overall health aware-ness.
Reason 96
Reduce the risk of gastrointestinal bleeding.
Reason 97
Help you to maintain an independent lifestyle.
Reason 98
Reduce the level of abdominal obesity - a significant health-risk factor.
Reason 99
Increase the diffusion capacity of the lungs, enhancing the exchange of oxygen from your lungs to your blood.
Reason 100
Improve heat tolerance.
Reason 101
Improve your overall quality of life.



OFFICE HOURS
Mon - Thu : 7:00am - 9:30pm
Fri - Sat : 7:00am - 7:00pm
5154 State University Drive
Room 204, U-SU
Los Angeles, CA 90032
Phone: 323-343-7546
Fax: 323-343-5101
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