Published on July 16th, 2019 | by Landon Buford0
HIGH Fitness Has Redefined Aerobics for a New Generation and it is NOT Your Mama’s Workout!
Salt Lake City, UT. – Group fitness has wanted a much-needed makeover and now it has one! With more than a half a million people saying goodbye to the ghosts of aerobics’ past – for a new age workout to your favorite hits with a HIGH intensity and interval training. HIGH Fitness, one of the fastest-growing work-out programs in the US and Canada, transforms old school aerobics into a highly addictive, new fitness experience that combines simple, modern workout techniques with music you know at love, resulting in a high-energy, intense and crazy fun experience that leaves participants feeling HIGH and wanting more.
HIGH Fitness isn’t your mother’s workout class. Founded by friends and fitness instructors Amber Zenith and Emily Nelson, HIGH Fitness cleverly combines strong, simple and easy-to-follow choreography, with plyometric-type interval training moves (think: jump squats, burpees, tuck jumps etc.) and low, concentrated full-body toning moves to sculpt from top to bottom.
The classes are the hottest offering in group fitness and are reshaping not only participants’ bodies, but their long-standing, stale perceptions of a standard aerobics class. In just a few years, popularity for the HIGH Fitness has swelled across the US and Canada with 2,300 certified trainers offering 1,500 classes across 350 cities, 33 states and 4 provinces. In fact, 98% of participants that try a HIGH Fitness class return for a second workout with many becoming instructors.
“HIGH was born to fill a much-needed gap in the group fitness space – most workouts we experienced were either super intense and easy to follow OR super fun and very choreographed,” said Amber Zenith, co-founder HIGH. “HIGH is unlike any workout today – it’s a fun, fitness-first aerobics class that offers a high caloric burn to deliver powerful results.”
HIGH Fitness is perfect for people of all ages and stages, providing a non-judgmental, welcoming environment. 60-minute choreographed classes sync with music genres and decades.
“The popularity of HIGH reinforces our passionate belief that the demand for challenging and fun fitness offerings among women of all ages has never been higher,” said Emily Nelson, co-founder HIGH, “we believe that fitness – and aerobics specifically – is a great way to empower women, no matter where they are in life, to take control of their fitness story – and have fun doing it.”