Strength and conditioning training is a crucial aspect of all fitness and health plans. Not only does it build up your ability to perform during your workouts, but building muscle helps your body to burn more calories. At Pivotal Fitness, we aim to provide our members with the most variety in their workouts and offer a wide array of classes that align with everyone's fitness goals. Check out our classes designed specifically for strength and conditioning below.

Maximize your time by fusing strength and cardio. Our experienced instructors progress and regress intensity options to make class fun, challenging, and creative. Athletic drills, choreography, weights and any tool at their disposal is game!

Target abs, glutes, and overall body and core strength in this results-based class! Build a better foundation with a variety of functional exercises directed at overall body strength, and postural perfection.

Fusion workout with moves drawn from mixed martial arts such as karate, boxing, taekwondo, tai chi, muay thai, and capoeira. Get your strike, punch, jab, cross, and kick on!

Looking to be lean, toned and defined? Who isn’t! Combine muscle endurance, strength, and core for a superior workout that is fun, effective, and results based.

Insanity is a metabolic blast of calorie-burning cardio; simple, fast and fun. Intervals may include a variety of athletic, core and strength moves. In the world of get-lean-fast you have 2 major allies: get strong, and incorporate high intensity intervals (HIITs). Insanity gives you both. Results driven, multi intensity; keep calm and get strong!

Developed by Biggest Loser Trainer, Jillian Michaels, Body Shred is a half hour of full body core and strength, done with enough speed to give you a cardio challenge. Slow it down if you want to focus on execution and technique; speed it up for an endurance challenge. Each class has four 6-minute intervals consisting of 3 minutes of resistance training for muscular conditioning followed by 2 minutes of cardiovascular conditioning intervals, then 1 minute of active recovery utilizing core focused exercises.