What’s a gym without aerobics? We know how to get your blood pumping without losing the fun. Join us every Saturday morning for i-Fitness aerobics classes.


On average, you’ll burn around 740 calories for every 55-minute session you attend. While this may change a little depending on your specific weight and height, the fact remains that this is an effective and productive way to get rid of fats. Other benefits include;

  • High Impact Routines
  • Jumping Rope.
  • Elliptical Trainer.
  • Cycling.
  • Upper Body Ergometer
  • Lower Body Ergometer
  • Assists in weight management and/or weight loss.
  • Improves Lung Function.
  • Improves Cardiovascular Conditioning.
  • Increases HDL Or “Good” Cholesterol.
  • Tones your Muscle and Gives you Agility.
  • Decreases Risk Of Heart Disease.


On especially busy days when you don’t have a lot of time to work out, you want to be able to get your cardio and strength training done all at once. That’s where these cardio core exercises come in, allowing you to work every angle of your abs and get your heart pumping.


Our core cardio program trains the muscles in your pelvis, lower back, hips, and abdomen to work in harmony. This leads to better balance and stability. Our core cardio classes are essentially designed to help you reach your fitness goals.

  • Improved overall well-being.
  • Increased Muscular Endurance.
  • Crucially a part of a healthy lifestyle.
  • Improved balance and stability.
  • Protects your organs.
  • Makes you more Functional.
  • Builds Strong Muscles.
  • Helps Tone your Abs.
  • Greater Coordination.
  • Supports Better Posture.
  • Improved Power Surge.
  • Helps you age well.
Instant Read Thermometers

Instant Read Thermometers

You can test your meat by pressing it slightly for doneness, but why rely on that when you can know instantly—and accurately—the exact temperature? Instant read thermometers are a necessary tool in the kitchen arsenal: They ensure a quick, reliable reading that lets you know the precise time to take the roast from the oven or pull the chicken off the grill

There are a couple of technical specifications to keep in mind when shopping for an instant read thermometer. The Ingress Protection (IP) rating was developed to let consumers know the level of protection the product provides against physical debris, such dust and liquids. Most instant read thermometers will have a two-digit rating (e.g., IP65). The first number refers to barriers against solids; the second number refers to the resistance to liquid penetration. Most instant read thermometers will have a rating of 6 for physical debris, which means they are completely protected.

The second number is where these devices vary. The lowest you would want is 3, meaning it’s resistant to water spray; what’s even better (especially if you use the tool to grill outside, where it might experience rain or a drop in a pool) is a 7 or 8, meaning it can withstand immersion.

Instant read thermometers range from old-fashioned analog probes to Bluetooth versions you can read from 300 feet away. In addition to looking at customer reviews and online ratings, we had our own editors take our top picks and put them to the test in their home cooking. Our staff looked at such factors as how accurately and quickly the tools read ice water and boiling water temperatures, how easy the display was to read (for example, when taking the temperature of bone-in chicken thighs or medium-rare steak), and how convenient they are to use (such as when you’re moving around when grilling). In the end, the Lavatools Javelin PRO Duo was our top choice thanks to its convenient swivel design and nearly instant temperature readings.

Here, we list some of the best instant read thermometers—with some tested in our home kitchens!—for all your cooking needs.

The Best Meat Thermometers

The Best Meat Thermometers

If you ever fret at the thought of accidentally serving your friends and family undercooked meat, eliminate your worry by getting a great digital meat thermometer. It’s one of the few tools that will instantly increase your confidence in the kitchen. After testing 36 digital instant-read and probe thermometers, we think the ThermoWorks ThermoPop is the best instant-read thermometer and the ThermoWorks Dot is the best probe thermometer for a home kitchen. Both thermometers are fast, accurate, and reasonably priced, with clear, easy-to-read displays.On top of being fast and accurate, the ThermoWorks ThermoPop is also waterproof, and it’s designed to work for both righties and lefties. It can read temperatures ranging from -58 °F to 572 °F, and can easily switch between Celsius and Fahrenheit. The ThermoPop’s backlit display has large digits and rotates in four directions, so you can quickly read it from any angle. Although it’s not the fastest thermometer we tested, it comfortably covers most home-kitchen needs. And it is far, far better than most of the digital thermometers sold for less than $30.If you want a thermometer that you can leave inside your roast while it bakes, or that you can attach to your grill or smoker, we recommend the ThermoWorks Dot. The Dot is accurate, affordable, and easy to use. It has the same wide temperature range as the ThermoPop, and it also has one of the longest probe cables of any of the thermometers we considered. The digital display on the ThermoWorks Dot is easy to read, and you can quickly set an alarm to go off when your meat reaches a certain temperature. We also like the backlit screen, which is handy for outdoor grilling at night.