The Broadmoor is happy to offer guests an inspiring array of fitness classes as well as personal training and fitness evaluations to further enhance their wellness goals while at our Colorado Springs resort. As our offerings frequently change, please view the fitness schedules below to discover what classes are being offered at this time.
All classes are open to participants from all fitness levels. Instructors will guide you in how to modify or increase intensity depending on your body. Please arrive 5 minutes before class with any questions.
Aquafit: Total body workout in the pool. Includes cardio, resistance, and stretching exercises in the shallow and/or deep end.
Breathing/Meditation: Combines focused breathing practices with movement and ‘still’ methods of meditation.
Cardio & Core: Workout includes aerobic activities (step, cycling) with core training and balance exercises.
Mat Core Conditioning: Uses light hand weights to strengthen the deeper/smaller muscles of the body.
Gentle Yoga/Tai Chi: Combines yoga poses and posture flow work with slow-motion standing tai chi.
Interval Training: Alternating cardio segments with strength-training segments, for gaining aerobic and strength benefits.
Mock Reformer Core Conditioning: Core conditioning similar to working on the Reformer machine, using bands and bars for resistance.
Power Pump: Strength-training workout, choreographed to music, for all major muscle groups.
RLS Training: ‘Release, Lengthen, Strengthen’ using techniques with a foam roller simulating massage, muscle and myofascial release, core work and more!
Spinning: Guided indoor cycling, using LeMond bikes, simulating an outdoor ride.
Sports Conditioning: Total-body workout, with sports-specific exercises for golf, skiing, and cycling.
Standing Core Conditioning: Total body strength- and balance-training, with Pilates & ballet moves.
Sunday Stretch: Focuses on passive moves which increase flexibility.
Total Body Conditioning: Movement and exercises that focus on core strength, flexibility, improving functional strength and preventing injuries.
TRX Training: “Total body Resistance eXercise” using suspension and body weight to gain strength, endurance and flexibility.
Yoga Strength: May include more weight-bearing on arms, vinyasa flows, longer holds, active breathwork and/or light hand weights, to increase inner and outer strength.
Yoga Stretch: Focuses on more passive yoga postures which encourage flexibility.