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Fitness Classes at PG San Francisco

Planet Granite San Francisco has a variety of fitness classes from Functional Fitness to Abs n Core! These classes are available and suitable for all levels!

Click HERE to see our schedule of classes and HERE to read about our instructors.

This 50-minute high-intensity circuit class will leave you sweaty and smiling, challenging your core from all angles. You will leave with greater strength, cardiovascular endurance, and overall stability. Be sure to bring a mat, water bottle, and an open mind!

Total Body Fitness is a fun-filled, fast-paced, high-intensity approach to full-body toning and conditioning with use of free weights, kettlebells, medicine balls, and bodyweight movements. The goal is to get you leaner, faster, and stronger. Each workout will focus on functional movements to get your heart-rate up and muscles burning. Any movement can be scaled to any fitness level. Though class is in the N. yoga studio, you should wear running or cross training shoes.

The Ten Elements to fitness are:
1. Cardiovascular/respiratory endurance 2. Stamina3. Strength 4. Flexibility 5. Power 6. Speed
7. Coordination 8. Agility 9. Balance 10. Accuracy

F10 Fitness not only adapts and develops exercises to improve participants’ overall fitness, but physically and mentally challenges participants above and beyond their initial capabilities.

This is an all inclusive fitness program designed for individuals to challenge themselves and push each other. It enhances physical strength, reduces weaknesses, builds community through team cohesion and also supports and encourages new participants with limited experience and confidence. F10 Fitness classes include skills in gymnastics, Olympic weightlifting and cardio or metabolic conditioning sports. The workouts are conducted in varied methods and times to keep the participant enhancing their general physical preparedness (GPP) and overall fitness.

For more information about F10 Fitness, please visit our F10 Fitness page.



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