Staenberg Kooper Fellman Campus

Small Group Training

Members, Age Dependent on Program

 

Small group training is a great way for J Members to share the cost of working with a certified Personal Trainer. Groups come with the built-in benefits of accountability and fun. Don’t see what you’re looking for in the options below? Contact a member of the Fitness Center staff to talk about customized Small Group options!

Small Group Training Details

  • For groups of 3-6 individuals
  • Sessions are 45 minutes long
  • Choose options below or customized to your interests
  • Scheduled at the best time of client / trainer availability
  • There are no refunds or make-up dates for missed classes
New! J FIT

Grab a couple of friends and join a new high-intensity workout called JFIT. This Small Group Training option incorporates aspects of CrossFit and athletic workouts into a boot camp that pushes you physically and mentally to drive results. Led by Samuel Anderson, JFIT has 2 timed rounds of exercises using athletic equipment, followed by a gut-busting core routine geared towards strengthening and toning.

Those interested in this options should call Samuel Anderson at (402) 334-6423 or email samanderson@jccomaha.org.

New! Kettlebell Class

Use kettlebells to benefit your exercise journey regardless of your goals. They strengthen muscles, increase cardiovascular endurance, develop power for athletic performance, and improve balance. Grab a couple of friends, or join another group, and learn the proper technique to take advantage of this universal exercise tool. Minimum of 3 people needed.

Those interested in this options should call Samuel Anderson at (402) 334-6423 or email samanderson@jccomaha.org.

Athletic Enhancemnet

Improve running mechanics, acceleration / deceleration, multi-directional agility, and body awareness. Athletic Enhancement small group training is the perfect way to gain speed, agility, and plyometric training for basketball and other sports. Sessions will be led by Josh Dolph, CSCS certified Personal Trainer. Josh is a former collegiate athlete who interned for the University of Texas Football strength and conditioning program where he worked with Division 1 football players as well as a number of NFL players.

Those interested should reach out to Josh Dolph at jdolph@jccomaha.org or at (402) 334-6423.

2 Mile Run Club

Learn to run at a slow and easy pace. This is a group for beginners. The goal is to complete a 2-mile run at the end of the session.

Those interested should reach out to Heather Bucksner at hbucksner@jccomaha.org or at (402) 334-6423.

Functional Training

As we age, our strength will naturally decrease making it harder for us to perform day-to-day activities. One way to prevent that is to incorporate functional strength training with free weights into our workout routines. Functional strength training with free weights helps build muscular strength and coordination to support joints, stabilize movements, and correct posture. There are risks involved with free weight training, it is very important to work under the supervision of a professional to ensure proper form and safety.

Those interested should reach out to Sam Anderson at sanderson@jccomaha.org or at (402) 334-6423.

Learn More

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JCC Registrar (402) 334-6419 Member Services (402) 334-6426

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333 South 132nd Street Omaha, NE 68154

Contact Us

Maggie Thomas
mthomas@jccomaha.org