Welcome! My name is Michelle Basta Speers, and fitness and well-being of the mind, body and spirit are my passions. In April of 2016, Wrightwood Fitness was established to provide a way for the folks in our town to join together in exercise and health. We started with just a couple of classes per week and have outgrown our morning schedule. Thanks to your support and ongoing requests for additional classes and times, we are excited to announce the move to our new location. Coming in early 2018, Wrightwood Fitness will open at 6001 Park Drive to offer a variety of class formats and times to fit the needs and wants of our community. We look forward to seeing you there!
We've had a little bit of a setback with the flooring, but we'll have it in before the end of the month. We're working hard to open February 1!
Open House is tentatively scheduled for February 4 & 5. We'll confirm those dates as soon as possible. Thanks for your patience!
Family fitness and more!
Strength and aerobic exercises
Mini bootcamp classes
All designed for fun!
Choose one-on-one or get a few friends together for a private session specially designed for your group.
Beginner's Guide to Interval Training
Michelle shows you how to train for a half marathon in four weeks, complete with a detailed week-by-week workout program.
Want to have some fun with the whole family? Join us for the Bubble Run in April! Click below for more details.
A new study finds that diet -- even without exercise -- can reverse Type II diabetes.
Join us for our regularly scheduled morning classes on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays!
No matter what ails you, exercise has the potential to improve your symptoms and even cure you. Aerobic exercise is most affordable way to feel better without the potential negative side effects that come with drugs. Read to learn more.
In this 7-minute podcast, you'll learn how much added sugar is too much and which foods and ingredients should be on your little-to-none list of things to eat. Hosted by Monica Reinagel, MS, LD/N, CNS.
It's not the passage of time that makes it so hard to get older. It's ageism, a prejudice that pits us against our future selves -- and each other. Ashton Applewhite urges us to dismantle the dread and mobilize against the last socially acceptable prejudice. "Aging is not a problem to be fixed or a disease to be cured," she says. "It is a natural, powerful, lifelong process that unites us all."
Work out with us and see how fun moving your body can be.
Classes are only $6, and your first one is free!
1275 State Highway 2, Wrightwood, California 92397
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