What does fitness mean to you? Being able to break a 1:30 on 100M freestyle, cracking the 225 lb. barrier on bench press or just reclaiming your waist size and wardrobe from a few years ago? Fitness is subjective. And for that reason, North Little Rock Athletic Club offers a range of equipment, programs and instruction to help you accomplish your goals.
We believe you have the best chance of getting and staying fit when you’re engaged and having fun in your workouts — which is why we are constantly integrating new techniques, technology and instruction. From newer pursuits like CrossFit to time-honored activities like yoga and spinning, we’re committed to helping you achieve better health and a better life.
With constantly varied, high-intensity functional movements, 501 Fit is home to a training philosophy that coaches people of all shapes and sizes to improve their physical well-being and cardiovascular fitness in a hardcore yet accepting and encouraging environment. 501 Fit coaches contend that a person is as fit as they are proficient in each of ten general physical skills: cardiovascular/respiratory, endurance, stamina, strength, flexibility, power, speed, agility, balance, coordination, and accuracy. Their coaching is, by design, broad, general and inclusive. Bottom line, 501 Fitters specialize in not specializing. To learn more about 501 Fit, contact our Coordinator, Charlie Rogers.
Our collection of cardio and resistance training equipment is the largest in North Little Rock so you’re sure to find something that inspires you. Specifically, we have a complete Cybex and Icarion line of equipment, Star Trac Human Sport pulley equipment, free weights and a functional training area with access to medicine balls, kettle bells, bosu balls and a variety of other fitness toys. In our Cardio Theater, members watch four high definition TVs while working out on treadmills, ellipticals, stair steppers, Arc trainers and stationary bikes.
Have questions about a particular piece of equipment or exercise? Our Weight Floor Supervisor is available to explain equipment, suggest exercises, demonstrate proper form and provide “spots” free of charge.
With six goals on our NCAA regulation size court, members play and practice on two full courts “right-sized” for our membership.
Open play supervision of children is as follows:
8 and under: direct supervision (same place, same time)
Ages 8 – 12: parents/guardians must be on premises, please note children must stay on the basketball court.
The Manager on Duty (MOD) is available to help organize court usage during open play.
Don’t see the MOD? Ask at the Front Desk.
SilverSneakers is a fun, energizing program that helps older adults take greater control of their health by encouraging physical activity and offering social events. The program is offered by some health insurance providers at no additional cost to the member.
SILVER SNEAKERS CLASSES
Muscular Strength/Range of Motion
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
11:30 am – 12:15 pm
Tuesday and Thursday
12:45 – 1:30 pm