Group Fitness classes are fun, FREE and motivating: join our certified fitness instructors for a cycle class today. Research shows that exercising in a group has enormous benefits. A class setting offers variety, friendly competition, a planned workout and motivating music so group participants enjoy themselves more and the time goes by quickly. In turn, exercise intensity and adherence is much higher for “groupies” because there’s built-in fun, energy and motivation.
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Bike to the beat of the music in this high-energy cycle party! With the lights dimmed low and the music pumping, our motivating instructors will DJ a varied and rockin’ playlist that will inspire you to do your best, whether you’re a biking newbie or seasoned cyclist. Feel the beat and move your feet: cycling has never been this much fun!
This all-in-one workout offers the cardio energy and fun of group cycling PLUS some body-boosting resistance moves using bands and body weight.
Stacey is all about the upbeat tempos and letting the music guide her cycling. As a triathlete and active outdoorswoman, Stacey found a passion in exercising and has spent 5 years putting that passion to work as a cycle instructor. With a background in cheerleading, you can definitely feel the energy she brings as she’s leading her class through that uphill climb. Cycling is her therapy and she’s happy to share her love of helping people move with her hardcore rides and persistent motivation.
As The Alaska Club Executive Director of Group Fitness, Janet is a true believer in the power of cycle. With over 30 years of experience as a fitness instructor, Janet has harnessed an enthusiastic spirit that will make you want to work harder than you ever have! Her love of inspiring others is evident in her support of great causes within and outside of The Alaska Club's walls.
Kelly is a Ironman athlete who ran track & cross country in college and has a reputation for putting the pedal to the metal as a cycle instructor. Although she’s lived all around the lower 48, Kelly has found her home in Anchorage as the South and Summit Fitness Director. Her unrelenting spirit and 18 years of instructing experience make her class rewarding for all fitness levels.
Anne Boesenberg is an Alaskan transplant with a love for the great outdoors. Having spent countless miles road bike racing in Anchorage, Anne brings her tenacity to her cycle classes. She’s been an instructor for almost 20 years and preaches that no matter how long or what intensity you ride at, as long as you get on your bike, it’s a good day!
Jolie loves cycling. Whether she’s spinning at the studio, climbing a mountain pass, racing through the streets of Anchorage or trekking through a snowy track, Jolie will be pushing herself hard and fast. Her music and her cycle routines are as varietal as her choice of terrain, so get ready to strap in for a surprise every class!
A native of Toronto, Canada, Lori has a passion for the outdoors and all it has to offer. Outside of the cycle studio she enjoys running, hiking, fishing and watching her boys play hockey. All of her hobbies, including cycling, she believes should be both fun and results driven. Whether you’re looking to improve your technique, burn a few more calories or ride a few miles longer than last time, Lori is sure to get you there!
Growing up in a small town in Wisconsin, Gretchen is no stranger to frigid weather. She actually likes it! One of her favorite things to do outside of the studio is to ride her fat tire bike across the frozen rivers with her husband. Gretchen has been instructing group fitness for 33 years and enjoys the fast and furious R30 cycle class she teaches. She is not fast, or competitive but she’ll be sure to show you a good time and make you sweat!
Becky hopped on the group fitness train when she was only 5! She turned her zest for group fitness into instructing over 20 years ago and is now The Alaska Club Group Fitness Manager. Becky has a passion for music and with a major in music from UAA, she loves to pump the tunes and turn up the volume in all her classes. She knows that group cycle offers something for everyone…. perspiration, inspiration, aspiration, exploration, admiration and celebration!
Camelia is a strong believer that with hard work and dedication, you can achieve anything. As a triathalon finisher, Alaska Equestrian Champion and Prima Ballerina, she has put in the work to achieve her goals. She has spent 11 years instructing and helping others to reach theirs! Come get lost in the music, pedal hard and enjoy the ride in Camelia’s class.
Stacey is a running and cycle fanatic who began her fitness journey in Japan after she graduated from Washington State University. She has competed in the Gold Nugget Triathlon for the last 17 years in a row and is a big fan of the saying “don’t think, just do.” Having taught for the last few years, she knows that cycling is a fantastic workout for anyone, regardless of fitness level. Stacey aims to create a class where everyone can get their butt kicked and have a good time!
Shelly is a dedicated philanthropist and cyclist from North Pole, Alaska. She loves combining her two interests by partaking in fundraising rides around the state. Her favorite experience was being a member of The Ivan Moore Research team for a national MS ride. Shelly has been instructing group fitness for over 20 years, ever since her friends convinced her to take it up in college . Her cycle classes aim to unite and inspire the room and are paired with a variety of music with a distinct beat to get you in the mood to push harder!
Nina is a cheerleader, dancer and musician who loves music with a good beat and a bit of flair. She has been instructing group fitness for almost 20 years and with 5 children under the age of 7, cycling is her time to workout, sweat and motivate others to do the same! Her goal for every class is to inspire and lift her participants out of their comfort zones to grow stronger. Nina will keep you moving and grooving up those cycle hills longer than you think you can!
Shalene loves the power of group fitness to bring everyone together and create a fun and challenging atmosphere. As a former long time dancer, Shalene enjoys working interesting choreography into her cycle routines and spicing up every class with something different! Shalene loves all things fitness and strives to spend as much time as she can enjoying the outdoors as well as swimming laps in the pool. She has been cycling for 15 years and is sure to wow you with her creativity and drive in class.
Nichole is new to the instructing scene but a long time cyclist and lover of group cycle classes. She began indoor cycling over 10 years ago at The Alaska Club and has since trained for road races, triathlons, and biking challenges. She loves to spend time outdoors fishing, camping, hiking, skiing, and of course, riding her bike. Nichole believes in the power of cycle on one’s fitness journey and their soul. No more time for excuses, Nichole will show you a good time and a great workout!
Dustin moved to Alaska in 1986 with his family on whim. They drove the ALCAN and settled in Anchorage. It has been his home ever since. He attend East High School and BYU-Idaho. Cycling is his hobby, including running and family road trips. He trained in a small private studio and traveled to Utah to achieve the certifications. He believes cycling is proof we can overcome hard things. It’s an opportunity to tune into your mind and body while tuning out the world.