[solidcore]

[solidcore] is a fitness studio that provides high-intensity, low-impact workouts on a Pilates-inspired reformer. [solidcore] classes can provide a highly effective and challenging full-body workout that targets core strength, improves flexibility and helps achieve overall body composition and fitness goals.
Offer is available to new trialers only. Spa and salon appointments are available after trial.
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What to expect at [solidcore]

State-of-the-art equipment
[solidcore] classes use Pilates-inspired reformers that enable you to target specific muscle groups through a series of high-intensity, low-impact movements.
Great environment
In each studio, the lights are turned down low and the music is turned up to create a fully immersive workout.
Instructors with expert-level knowledge
Each [solidcore] class is led by an expert instructor who challenges you throughout and leaves you feeling rewarded.

[solidcore] reviews on ClassPass

4.9 out of 5 stars (5000+)
“I was very intimidated and it took a lot to actually go through a class but, I’m so glad I did. Riley made the experience accessible and encouraging, the class flew by and I’m looking forward to my next. For any first timer, videos online fail to mention this, this is “your” workout — your pace, your intensity, and your machine.”
“I loved this class! It was the perfect level of difficulty — I felt empowered and Kseniia challenged me to push myself more! She is very helpful in explaining and demonstrating the moves so I never feel lost in her class. My booty is definitely burning but I love it!”
“One of the most challenging motivating classes I’ve ever taken. It was slightly confusing as a newbie just cause there’s a lot being said the entire class but the instructor did a great job explaining everything and assisting when needed. My whole body is still shaking and I know I’m gonna be super sore but it feels very rewarding getting through a class like that! I’ll definitely be back.”
You'll love [solidcore] if...

You'll love [solidcore] if...

… you’re looking for a high-intensity, low-impact workout on a Pilates-inspired reformer. [solidcore] signature classes combine elements of Pilates, strength training and cardio to create a challenging and effective workout focusing on slow and controlled movements. Led by highly trained instructors, [solidcore] classes leave you feeling strong and flexible.

You’ll love 
[solidcore] if…

… you’re looking for a high-intensity, low-impact workout on a Pilates-inspired reformer. [solidcore] signature classes combine elements of Pilates, strength training and cardio to create a challenging and effective workout focusing on slow and controlled movements. Led by highly trained instructors, [solidcore] classes leave you feeling strong and flexible.

How to prepare for a [solidcore] class

Please arrive 10 minutes early and wear athletic clothing you’re comfortable sweating in. Clients can go barefoot or wear grippy socks — no regular socks/shoes are allowed on the machine.

FAQ's

Have questions about [solidcore]? We’re here to help.
Is [solidcore] right for you?
[solidcore] is great for people seeking a challenging megaformer Pilates class. Locations often dim the lights and design energetic playlists, so you may forget you’re in a workout class and not a trendy new night club. [solidcore] is also great for people intimidated by large, packed classes because at some locations class sizes are capped at 13 students.
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What muscles are used in a [solidcore] class?
A [solidcore] class primarily targets and works the core muscles, including the abdominals, obliques and lower back. However, the workout also engages and strengthens other muscle groups throughout the body, such as the arms, shoulders, legs and glutes. The slow and controlled movements performed on the Megaformer machine engage multiple muscle groups simultaneously, resulting in a comprehensive full-body workout.
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What is the difference between [solidcore] and regular Pilates?
While both [solidcore] and Pilates focus on core strength and overall body conditioning, there are three key differences between the two: intensity, equipment and pace. [solidcore] workouts are faster paced than traditional Pilates classes, making them more intense and challenging. While a Pilates class may involve many types of equipment, including mats, chairs, resistance bands, etc., [solidcore] only uses the Megaformer machine.

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