The class schedules for 24 Hour Fitness vary for each of the 400 locations nationwide. Many offer classes seven days a week beginning at 7 a.m. and running through 8 p.m. Sunday classes are offered on a reduced schedule.
As of August 2015, 24 Hour Fitness offers Zumba, yoga, dance and cardio, as well as cycling classes and senior group fitness classes, such as Silversneakers. A wide variety of Les Mills group fitness classes are also offered. These classes are held throughout the day and include Bodypump, Bodyflow and Bodyattack.
Bodypump utilizes barbells in a 60-minute workout designed to strengthen the entire body. Participants use squats, presses, lifts and curls, which are all completed to music. Bodyflow combines yoga, Tai Chi and pilates to work on flexibility and strength issues. Instructors focus on proper breathing techniques and concentration, as well as a series of stretches, poses and moves designed to balance the body. The sports-minded Bodyattack class combines energetic, athletic moves in combination with exercises to strengthen and stabilize the body.
The Silversneakers program is designed for older adults looking to maintain health, flexibility and muscle strength. The instructors use handheld weights, tubes and balls in the non-impact aerobic classes. Yoga instructors guide participants through a series of stretches and yoga positions designed to reduce stress and increase mental sharpness.
All classes and times are subject to change, according to 24 Hour Fitness. Holiday hours also vary by location.