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Group Fitness classes at

PCC Fitness center

how to get started

  • download the Mindbody app to your phone or go to

  • Search for "Be More Than fit personal training"

  • create a profile

  • view our schedule

  • purchase a package

  • reserve your spot


what you'll need

  • arrive early enough to change shoes before entering the group fitness room and store personal belongings in a cubby prior to each class

  • a change of shoes; cycling shoes are recommended but not required (you can clip into our bikes). Please wear clean shoes for regular group fitness classes.

  • a towel, exercise mat, water bottle & if required, personal weights/kettlebell


class packages available to purchase on the MindBody app

  • 4 pack $25

  • 8 pack $40

  • drop-in $10

  • flex pass $65

Spinning Class

For each class

Bring cycling shoes if you have them, a water bottle, towel and personal exercise mat for stretching if you'd like

Arrive 10-15 minutes early for proper bike set up

Core Fitness

Cycle Fusion, Kettlebell,

Step & Tone

Bring a personal exercise mat, water bottle and towel. You may bring your own personal weights/kettlebell if you wish. You will need to bring these items to and from each class.

Group Workout Session
Barre Fitness

For each class

Bring a personal exercise mat, water bottle & towel. Barre socks are recommended but not required. Arrive early enough to store personal belonging in the cubbies

Group Fitness Classes

Phelps Community Center

8 Banta St. Phelps, NY 14532

Located in the Fitness Center; parking lot is off Banta St. Park in the back parking lot of the building and follow the sidewalk back to the

fitness center entrance

Schedule as of 8/1/23

Energize Indoor Cycling

5:30-6:00 am Mondays & Wednesdays (Express Cycle) w Amanda Bourne

This is a 30 minute class focusing on heart pumping cardio to get your day started. This is a great class if you want to get an awesome workout, fast! The class is designed to be beginner friendly, or as challenging as you need it. Remember to bring a water bottle and a towel.


5:15 pm Tuesdays (Cycle Fusion) w Pam Raes

25 minutes of cycling immediately followed by 20 minutes of strength training for a workout that combines the two for people who need to get as much out of a workout in a short period of time as they can. Class takes about an hour to allow for stretching and transitioning. This class is a great introduction to cycling for beginners.

If you’ve ever wanted to build your confidence, indoor cycling is a fun, challenging and customizable place to start. Guided by our instructors, you will ride on the flats, up hills, through rolling hills moving and grooving to great music.  Indoor cycling is perfect for everyone since you control the resistance and pedal speed creating just the right intensity for you. Beginners are welcome at all classes. We’ll fit your bike and get you started so you feel comfortable. We’d love to take this journey with you! Please bring a towel and water bottle with you. 

Barre @ Seneca Lake

5:30 pm Wednesdays w Karrah Bruder

Barre is a 30 minute total body-workout at Seneca Lake in Geneva. This class combines elements of pilates, strength training, and ballet to increase strength and improve flexibility and posture. This workout is moderate intensity, low impact and great for all fitness levels. Just bring a mat and a bottle of water

Cardio Kickboxing

6:00 pm Mondays w Pam Raes

Cardio Kickboxing pairs elements of boxing and martial arts for a fun 45 minute workout that allows you to get a full body strength and cardio workout in a single class.

The Breakfast Club

Tues & Thurs 5:30 am w Amanda Bourne

Do you need to get your workout in before you start your busy day? Exercising at the beginning of the day not only improves your fitness, but it also encourages you to be ready for the day by planning ahead. The Breakfast club is a group fitness class, without a "one size fits all mentality". We might do Tabata one day, and circuits the next, with a mix of cardio, strength, and functional fitness elements. You don't eat the same thing for breakfast every day (well maybe you do, we wont judge), so why does your workout have to be the same? All workouts can be modified to all fitness levels.

Circuit Training

5:30 pm Wednesdays w Karrah Bruder

Circuit training is a workout that involves rotating through various exercises targeting different parts of the body. Each exercise in the circuit is performed for a certain amount of time (typically 30–90 seconds) followed by a brief cool-down period before moving on to the next exercise. The best part about these circuits is that you pick the intensity and difficulty for yourself! 

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