Hey, Norwood! There’s a New “Barre” in Town!

We are pleased to announce that WOW! Norwood will be the first of our clubs to launch WOW! Body Barre! This exciting new class combines cardio, toning, abs, and flexibility all in one workout! Click Here to view Norwood’s Group-X schedule for class dates and times. Our other clubs will be adding Body Barre to their schedules, so keep checking back for updates!

Attention Fall River!

Get ready for the “NEW Work Out World!” We are excited to announce that our Fall River location will be the next to receive brand new equipment! We have ordered many new pieces of equipment—from strength to cardio machines—and are excited to bring some change to Fall River. Stay tuned for more exciting club news and updates on the new equipment! Click Here to Join Online now at Fall River!

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Always Stretch Before You Run on the Treadmill

At WOW! Work Out World, we take member safety seriously. Our knowledgeable trainers can show you proper workout techniques to help avoid injury and make the most of your workouts. Click Here to find the location nearest you and join online today!

What to Eat After a Workout


Spotlight on Pi-Yo Strength

If you’re looking for a workout that will sculpt, tone, and burn calories, you should consider Pi-Yo Strength. Pi-Yo Strength combines Pilates and yoga at high speeds. While most Pilates and yoga classes focus on long and concentrated poses, Pi-Yo Strength breaks the mold by speeding up these poses so you’re in constant movement. The Pilates moves tone your muscles and strengthen your core, while the yoga poses increase your flexibility, and the fast speeds of these movements lead to increased fat-burning levels. Although it’s high intensity, Pi-Yo Strength is a great fitness option for people of all ages and body types. It offers a low-impact workout solution for those who are tired of suffering from the aches and injuries that many high-impact workouts cause.

Boost the Fat-Burning Potential of Your Workout with These Tips

Making it to your health club is sometimes the most difficult part of the fitness routine, but it is important to remember that high-intensity workouts are crucial when trying to burn fat. Alternating between high- and low-intensity levels taps into more fat stores so you burn more total calories. This also causes your metabolism to function at a higher level, so you’ll continue to burn fat for hours after your workout.

Cardio alone may seem like enough, but it is important to incorporate strength training into your fitness routine. Like interval training, lifting weights also taps into more fat stores, which means you burn more calories. Strength training also allows you to focus on specific muscles, leading to a more sculpted and toned physique.