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Exercise in Las Vegas, NV

Ride your mountain bike, work out on a barre, fight with Wanderlei Silva or learn to ski with these great ways to exercise in Las Vegas.
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Barre Las Vegas

When you watch the ballet, you can’t help but notice the toned legs of the dancers. Get working on your quads at Barre Las Vegas, where the ballet barre is used with the workouts. Try the Mixt Barre class that combines cardio and classic barre muscle-strengthening blended with orthopedic stretching exercises. Add some weights to your workout with the Mixt Up classes. If you want to work your abs, try the Mixt Floor class that takes your entire workout to the floor. And once you’ve mastered some of those courses, go to Club Barre, where the workout kicks up a notch with heart-pumping tunes.

 

Workout Quest Boot Camp

Combine strength training, cardio and core workouts with a gymnastics floor for the indoor Workout Quest Boot Camp, an organized fitness training class that focuses on using body weight for resistance. Tony Wood, the owner of Workout Quest Boot Camp, offers 50-minute classes five days a week at Go For It USA Gymnastics in North Las Vegas. No two days are alike. The classes offer a workout like you would get with a personal trainer in a group setting. Every workout is on the bouncy gymnastics floor, giving your knees a break from running on concrete.

 

River Mountains Loop Trail System

While Summerlin has its award-winning trails, Henderson has the River Mountains Trail System. You can hike or bike along the 35-mile loop that travels from Henderson to Boulder City and onto Lake Mead and out Lake Mead Drive past Lake Lake Vegas. The River Mountains and their volcanic rock formations surround the entire trail system. You can find three trails here at 24-feet wide to accommodate hikers, runners, bikers and horses. The best way to jump on the trail is to view the map and pick a starting point.

 

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

Red Rock Canyon Conservation Area has almost 20 hikes that range from the easy two-mile Moenkopi Loop that takes about 1.5 hours to the strenuous five-mile Turtlehead Peak that takes about five hours. The hike up reaches a summit that rewards you with a panoramic view of Red Rock Canyon. Temperatures at Red Rock are typically 15 to 20 degrees lower than Vegas proper, so hiking remains a viable option well into the summer months. Along the way, you can see the stunning sandstone rocks that jut up 3,000 feet along with wildflowers in the spring and burros if you're lucky.

 

Red Rock Adventure Spa

Take in all of the outdoors that Las Vegas has to offer at the Adventure Spa at Red Rock Resort. You can find horseback riding in Red Rock Canyon or Eldorado Canyon along the Colorado River, go kayaking on Lake Mead near the Hoover Dam or spend some time river rafting in Black Canyon to see big horn sheep, osprey and great blue herons. You can find mountain biking excursions to Red Rock Canyon, Blue Diamond or Lake Mead for every level of fitness and on a variety of bikes. Best of all, if you don’t see an adventure you like, you can create your own customized version.