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Sculpting is an Art!

A new wave of fitness has hit the market. If you want to try a new cardio activity that incorporates resistance training, bodyweight exercises, and cardio bursts -- sculpt classes are the way to go.

Sculpt classes have emerged as an incredibly beneficial addition to fitness routines, offering a wide range of advantages for overall health and well-being. By incorporating sculpt classes into your fitness regimen, you can experience numerous benefits that go beyond just physical appearance.

Not only does sculpting enhance physical performance, but it also contributes to better posture, stability, and balance.

"Sculpt workouts offer a mix of cardio and strength training without overly straining the body," said sculpt instructor, Jenny Muslin. The resistance training involved in sculpting classes promotes muscle growth and development, resulting in increased strength and endurance.

"Using your own body weight, you can target areas of your body, like the accessory muscles, which are often overlooked in traditional strength training workouts," said Muslin. "Sculpt workouts tone, improve posture, increase energy, increase lean muscle mass, boost metabolism, increase strength, and improve range of motion and flexibility."

The combination of resistance exercises and cardiovascular intervals creates an ideal environment for calorie burning during and after the workout. This can lead to increased calorie expenditure and more efficient weight management.

Jenny Muslin's Just Sculpt Class

Apart from the physical benefits, sculpt classes also have a positive impact on mental well-being. Engaging in regular exercises, such as sculpting classes, has been shown to reduce stress, anxiety, and symptoms of depression. The release of endorphins during exercise contributes to improved mood, increased energy levels, and enhanced overall mental clarity and focus.

Whether or not you are a fitness junkie, or are new to fitness classes, anyone can join a sculpting class.

"My best tip for someone new to sculpt," said Jenny, "is simply to start. Everyone has to start somewhere and often getting going is the hardest part. You will find that the more often you come to class and move your body, the easier it will be to make it a habit. After about three classes, you will start to get used to the instructor's style of movement. You will find yourself getting stronger and better at executing the movements."

From building lean muscle and increasing metabolism to reducing stress and fostering a sense of community, sculpt classes provide a holistic approach to improving overall well-being.

If this seems like something that's up your alley, stop by for one of Jenny's Just Sculpt or Dance Sculpt classes here.

"Have patience with yourself," said Muslin, "The payout is worth the physical and mental benefits."

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