Classes

We offer classes for every level, and each class is capped at 10 people so everyone can get the individual attention they need. All classes are first-come, first-served, so please show up 10-15 minutes early. If a class gets full, our trainers are happy to give personalized pointers.

 
 

Push Day

Mondays
6:15pm - 7pm

The Dallasthenics Push Day Workout will consist of a variety of exercises to focus on the large “pushing” muscles of the body, including: Chest, Triceps, Shoulders, Quads and Calves. The exercises will be done in superset format (i.e. two exercises back to back) with a rest period in between supersets. The workout is designed to build muscle and strength in the target muscle groups while focusing on progression over time.

Cardio/Strength Day

Tuesdays, Thursday
6:15pm – 7am

The Dallasthenics Push Day will consist of high intensity exercises such as speed jump rope and battle ropes followed by strength building exercises. The workout is usually done in a interval circuit amrap set up. The circuit is design to target your entire body with exercises such as bar knee raises, push ups, pull ups, squats and lunges. The workout typically lasts 15 to 20 minutes.

Pull Day

Wednesday
6:15pm – 7pm

The Dallasthenics Pull Day Workout will consist of a variety of exercises to focus on the large “pulling” muscles of the body, including: Back, Biceps, Hamstrings, and Posterior Chain. The exercises will be done in superset format (i.e. two exercises back to back) with a rest period in between supersets. The workout is designed to build muscle and strength in the target muscle groups while focusing on progression over time.

Push Day

Friday
6:15pm - 7pm

On Leg day we focus on building strength targeting calves, hamstrings, quads and glutes. Is not rare to here that leg day is nonexistent in the calisthenics world. However, that couldn’t be further from the truth. Legs aren’t the focal point, however with exercises such as squat jumps, Russian lunges, hip thrusters, pistol squats and more you can still build a strong foundation. When wanting to build size we still recommend adding a bit of extra weight to build mass.