Group Exercise Classes
Led by nationally-certified instructors, group exercise classes at the BAC are a great option for safe, effective workouts that take the guess work out of getting in shape. All workouts can be modified, so no matter if you are new to working out or are a seasoned athlete, you are sure to leave class feeling strong and accomplished.
To ensure social distancing is maintained, all classes are held in our new, larger group exercise studio or outside if weather permits. The new studio features bright, natural light as well as high ceilings and fresh air-flow. Also, new floor markings designate individual workout spaces.
Virtual class options
Do you love working out with our instructors, but feel more safe during COVID working out from home? Our instructors now live stream a handful of workouts each day on The BAC Pack Facebook group. This private Facebook group is available exclusively to Bronson Athletic Club members, both with the standard club membership, as well as with the new BAC Pack Membership. Learn more.
In-person class schedule
Join us for one - or several - of the classes listed below. Masks are required at all times on Athletic Club premises – including during group exercise classes.
Cycle Class Policy
Classes led by certified instructors
Your fitness is our passion! Our instructors are all nationally certified. Many also hold bachelor's and master's degrees in health and fitness fields. So no matter which class you select, you can feel confident knowing you are receiving the highest level of instruction so you can get the most out of your workouts.
More options for you
Compliment your group exercise classes with some individualized attention. For an additional fee, try:
- Personal training: Group exercise classes can be crowded, and sometimes they move fast. Make sure you're doing the exercises correctly with the help of a personal trainer. Work one-on-one to perfect your form so you can get the most out of your classes!
- Mobility training: Do you feel aches and pains before, during or after your workouts? That can be fixed with some mobility work. With the help of a personal trainer, improve your range of motion, release tight muscles and discover simple stretches and exercises that will help you move easier and with less pain.
- Small group training: Group exercise meets personal training. Working alongside a small group of teammates, your trainer will work with you to push your limits and take you to new heights.