ABOUT US

HammerFit Athletic Club is a unique and locally owned fitness concept—based on the idea that the best equipment and classes usually appeal to different people and that no one should pay for what they aren't using!

 

In addition to state-of-the-art Hammer Strength equipment, we are proud to offer a great personal training program and an exceptional group fitness program in our Motion Studio. All classes are led by the area's most in-demand, experienced instructors. You do not have to have a membership to attend our classes.

 

And, the best part...if you live locally....

      ...your first class with us is FREE!

CONTACT INFORMATION

Tel: 802.878.0444

 

21 Essex Way, Suite 115 
Essex Jct, Vermont 05452

Contact alicia@hammerfit.com for any gym, personal training,  party or class related questions.

HOURS

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MONDAY-FRIDAY

4:45 a.m.- 8:30 p.m.

 

SATURDAY & SUNDAY

​7:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.


FOR UPDATES AND HOLIDAY HOURS VISIT US ON FACEBOOK AND INSTAGRAM.

HammerFit is located in the Essex Shoppes and Cinema complex off route 15 and i-289 in Essex Center, near Hannaford’s, The Essex Resort and Spa and the Links at Lang Farm. Only 2.5 miles from the Five Corners Intersection.

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November 28, 2017

 

For lots of us, including myself, the more the temperature drops, the less inclined we are to spend time outdoors. Going outside takes the most preparation this time of year, which makes staying cozy inside a lot more appealing. Fighting the urge to be sedentary by staying active is the best way to combat the winter blues and keep the body and mind running its best.  

 

I’m not a big skier or snowboarder. I tend to pass up on the Vermont past time, but still find other ways to get the most out of the ice and snow that comes with winter. There are a number pursuits unique to winter that can apply to just about everyone. Some of them more recreational and others necessary. Nevertheless, the extra effort it takes to go outside can help fend off that forsaken cabin fever. Break a sweat, burn a few extra calories, and check out some of these outside-the-gym activities.

 

Ice Skating - 408 cals/hr

Snowshoeing - 476 cals/hr

Ice Climbing - 472 cals/hr

Sledding - 408 cals/hr

Snow Shoveling - 446 cals/hr

Chopping wood - 500 cals/hr

Ice Fishing set up/take down - 370 cals/hr

 

Some days I have no interest in fighting the frigid cold. Here are a few things I do to have fun in a climate controlled environment:

 

Rock Climbing - 600 cals/hr

Swimming - 500 cals/hr

Jump Rope watching TV - 730 cals/hr

 

Don’t let the season dictate how your body feels and performs. Stay warm this winter through exercise (and proper layers).

 

-Ethan

 

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