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 Fitness Extravaganza!

Thank you for those participating in our Fitness Extravaganza to benifit The Greater Baltimore Kidney Walk. A huge thank you to Tisha who organized this wonderful event that featured some amazing energy from our instructors of various diciplines. And a special thank you to our awesome instructors who keept everybody moving, dancing, shaking and having a good time.


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 American Heart Association Go Red for Women!

Check out the photos from the American Heart Association Go Red for Women event, coordinated by Red Ambassadors and Group Fitness Instructors Karen Sterling & Jeanice Welch!











Member Hightlight!

Raven Gossweiler

What an amazing transformation! Check out Raven and Eddie (Dir of Fitness) on WJZ TV with Mike Schuh. You have to see this incredible story of how Raven inspires us all! 

WJZ TV News Segment


 New Drop-In Class

Boot Camp Express with Tyrone

Saturdays at 12noon

$10 for Members

$15 for Non-Members 


 New Group Fitness Class


Cardio Jam with Tisha

Thursdays at 6:00pm

Take your cardio fitness to the next level with this 55 min mix of kick boxing, step, aerobic core training and more. Never a dull moment nor movement!


 Fitness / Nutrition / Health Tip!

High Blood Pressure (Hypertension)
High blood pressure (HBP) is often called the "silent killer" because it has no symptoms. In fact, many people have high blood pressure for years without knowing it. It affects more that 40 percent of adult non-Hispanic blacks. African Americans are more likely to have high bolld pressure, develop it earlier in life and at any decade in life, it's more severe. Blood pressure is the force of circulating blood against the walls of the blood vessels. It's recorded as two numbers. The higher the number, called systolic pressure, represents the pressure in the arteries when the heart beats. The lower number, diastolic pressure, is the pressure when the heart rests between beats. The only way to find out if you have hypertension is to have your blood pressure checked.