Shred415 combines the infectious energy of group training with the flexibility and focus of a personalized program—in an incredibly supportive environment. Here, you control how hard you work, matching your pace and weights to your level and goals. Our instructors are expert trainers, but more than that, they’re passionate about helping you find your success. And because we offer childcare, finding that success becomes a little easier—even with your full schedule.
These 60 minutes are all about you. Let’s make them count.
Bay Area Ballplayers, a new batting cage and sports training center, opened last month in the Moraga shopping center right near Loard’s Ice Cream. Check out their services here. Owner Steve Hammond was drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in 2005 (6th Round), traded to SF Giants AAA in 2008 and played in Japan, Taiwan, Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Puerto Rico and Mexico. Check out his bio here.
Bay Area Ballplayers is a 5,200 square foot athlete training facility equipped with functional fitness equipment, a 70 foot batting cage, 2 pitching mounds, the latest technology in performance tracking and data analysis, and a retail storefront with apparel & sporting goods.
The kickboxing gym iLoveKickboxing is opening a new studio at Danville Square this spring. They opened last summer in the Avalon apartment complex near the Pleasant Hill BART station in Walnut Creek (same franchise owner). Find out more about their program here and check out the new Danville job openings here.
According to the latest leasing information the gym Orangetheory Fitness is coming to Iron Horse Plaza next to Homegrown Sustainable Sandwiches in Danville. Learn more about their heart rate-based workout routine here.
In 2016 the basketball center Ultimate Fieldhouse opened in the Walnut Creek Shadelands area and the next phase, called Shadelands SportsMall, is progressing as you can see in these photos. This massive 215,000 sq sf training center will feature nine additional sports programs and a juicery.
Phase II will be anchored by the 105,000 sq ft COPA Soccer Training Center, a high-tech facility featuring indoor turf and futsal fields and a 10,000 sq ft fitness and performance center home to Speed Lab and Copa Fit. Encore Gymnastics & Dance, American Swim Academy, Mike Murphy Baseball, Vibe Volleyball, Sparta Taekwondo, and Raga Yoga will round out Phase II, along with the inaugural location of Genius Juicery, a purveyor of delicious, performance-focused juices made in-house. Walnut Creek Soccer Club will also maintain an office in the complex.
In September we learned that the health foods store Open Sesame would be closing in La Fiesta Square in Lafayette and the coming spring 2019 signage for Formula 3 is now up on the Moraga Rd. side. The parent company Leisure Sports, also owns Renaissance Club Sport.
We created FORGE / FIRE / FLOW: a fitness system designed to condition the body’s core components of strength, cardio and flexibility. We bring this system to life with a collection of proprietary group training experiences.
In September we learned that the Oregon-based indoor cycling studio StarCycle would be coming to Danville and they open today with free rides available through Sunday the 9th. This is their first California location and features a, “low-impact, high-intensity proprietary indoor cycling method, carefully choreographed to work every muscle group in the body and push riders to their edge.” Check out their schedule and find out more about the owner here.
From an email:
StarCycle is a different kind of indoor cycling studio—it’s a welcoming and energetic 45-minute class that keeps you smiling, sweating and motivated long-term. We believe fitness is the cornerstone to happiness, for both mind and body. In our classes clients unplug from our tech-heavy lives to connect with themselves and the beat of the music, leading to a more effective workout.
As part of StarCycle’s commitment to make working out easy and realistic for riders (especially moms) the studio will offer on-site child care through the brand’s StarKids program for just $5 per class.
The discount home goods store Tuesday Morning closed last year in Main Street Plaza in Walnut Creek and according to the latest city planning commission agenda YogaWorks is planning on relocating from their Plaza Escuela location to this more prominent spot. It will be less than 7,000 sf while the rest of the 17,000 space is expected to remain empty for now. Check out their schedule here and pricing here.
Indigo Yoga & Pilates has expanded yet again, to a third location in the Palos Verdes mall in Walnut Creek, this time opening a cycling studio featuring stationary Schwinn bikes. Class offerings include high energy, inspirational and sweaty, classical-style and music-driven styles. Indigo also offers various yoga classes, including Vinyasa Flow, Kundalini, Hatha, Mat Pilates, Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga and Sound Healing. Check out their website here and take note of the special two week unlimited cycling offer for $29.