Upper RX

Arms. Chest. Back. Core.

This strength-building and muscle toning class features a series of familiar fitness-floor exercises and training methods in a pulse-pounding, chest-thumping format.

What to Expect

You’ll lift, push and pull your way to strong, tone muscles from the hips up in this guided weight-training workout that moves from set to set, and incorporates a round of core work and metabolic conditioning. Moves can be modified to your fitness level. This class is your core, arms, chest and back day.

A woman in the midst of a overhead tricep extension, where her elbows are directly above her head, while she’s holding two dumbbells behind her head.





Varies, but may include: Bench, Mat, Dumbbells, Kettlebells, Barbell, Resistance tubing, Sandbag


Water, Towel, Heart-Rate Monitor (optional)


Up to 50 minutes


Why it Works

Featuring a unique composition of strength, power and core training — tapping into all muscle fiber types — UPPER Rx will develop muscular strength, tone and endurance, enhance your range of motion and fat burning, and increase your lean muscle mass and confidence in weight-lifting.

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