Thrive is a multi-generational fitness facility in the heart of Lewisville. At Thrive, you can relax, socialize, learn a new skill, and improve your health all under one roof. Read on to learn about the state-of-the-art facilities, fitness classes, and special events available at Thrive.
Fitness Equipment, Classes, and Training
Thrive is equipped with the most modern fitness facilities and equipment available today.
Thrive’s fitness floor has a large variety of equipment to choose from including cardio, cable machines, weights, and multi-gyms.
Two fitness studios provide ample space for classes
The fitness track surrounds the fitness floor and overlooks the pool. Eight laps around the indoor track equal one mile.
Thrive provides two types of fitness classes.
Group X classes are perfect for all fitness levels and include senior movement, dance, boot camps, aerobics, and Tai Chi. Group X classes are included in your Thrive membership.
Group training classes are smaller and more specialized. Group training classes include TRX, spin, HIIT, and Pilates. Participation in these classes requires a small additional fee.
Thrive has on-staff personal trainers ready to help you meet your fitness goals. All personal trainers are nationally certified and able to help you with custom workouts, nutrition information, motivation, and goal setting. Trainers offer a free fitness assessment to help you determine if personal training is right for you.
If you love the water, you will love the aquatics facilities and programs available at Thrive. Be sure to check the schedule for hours of operation as each feature and class is different.
Lap Pool: Thrive’s lap pool provides three 25-yard swimming lanes divided by easily visible flags. The pool depth varies from 3-foot-6-inches to 9-feet and the temperature is always a comfortable 82-degrees.
Slide Tower: The slide tower includes two three-story slides that will have you twisting and turning between the outside world and inside the pool area. You must be 48-inches or taller to use the slide.
Leisure Pool: The leisure pool is a special zero-entry pool perfect for families with small children. The leisure pool also has several play features set up in the pool for toddlers to enjoy.
Lazy River: Thrive’s unique lazy river is a balmy 84-degrees all year long. This 3-foot-6-inches deep river has a gently-moving current, perfect for relaxing with the family. The lazy river route also includes a hydrotherapy bench and a vortex area that provides a faster current for aqua walking.
Thrive offers several aquatic certification classes. Classes are open to anyone age 15 or older. Some classes have additional prerequisites.
CPR/AED for professional rescuers: This six-hour class is for the medical professional that works as a first responder.
First aid/CPR/AED: This eight-hour class is for anyone that wants to learn first aid, CPR, and AED device operation.
Lifeguarding: The lifeguard course is a 29-hour class for anyone that needs a two-year lifeguard/first aid/CPR/AED certificate. This class allows you to perform vital first aid procedures until medical personnel arrive and is usually required to work as a lifeguard.
Waterpark skills: This four-hour class is for anyone seeking employment at a water park.
Aquatic Fitness Classes
Thrive’s aquatic fitness classes are perfect for all fitness levels. The low-impact water workouts provide great exercise while being gentle to achy joints. Classes include lazy river aerobics, deep water fitness, aquacise, and more. Check the Thrive calendar for class times.
Thrive offers Toddler Time in the zero-entry leisure pool on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Two new programs are coming soon to Thrive. A Chance to Swim provides an opportunity for those with special needs to enjoy the pool. Movie Night is a new all-ages program that allows you to watch a movie while you relax in the pool. Check the Thrive calendar for movie dates and titles. All movies start at 6:30 p.m.
Thrive provides lessons in swimming basics for all ages. Aquatic conditioning classes are available for children ages 6-13 that are on competitive swim teams. Conditioning classes focus on swim strokes, strength, and endurance.
In addition to fitness equipment and classes, Thrive provides many opportunities to socialize and learn new skills.
Active Seniors classes are open to anyone age 60 or older. Seniors activities include Mahjong, needlework, quilting, watercolor painting, and modified volleyball. Seniors can also participate in fun day trips, dances, and ice cream socials.
School-age kids can make new friends at the many camps offered at Thrive. During the school year, camps are offered any day when school is not in session. Camps are also run throughout the summer. All kids camps include arts and crafts activities, group sports, and field trips. Thrive also offers special camps just for teenagers that provide time in nature, technology skills, and social time.
At Thrive’s two main gyms, you can join a pickup game of pickleball, basketball, badminton, basketball, or volleyball. Check the Thrive schedule for hours.
Thrive offers many special programs for kids under the age of 13. Karate classes are offered every Tuesday from 7 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. Dance classes are available in tap, jazz, or ballet. All dance classes conclude with a recital. Kids can join a basketball, volleyball, track, or baseball team. The Discovery Kids and Busy Bears programs help preschool-age kids prepare for kindergarten.
Hours and Membership
The Thrive facility is open Monday through Thursday from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Your Thrive membership includes access to all Thrive facilities, Group X classes, rental and camp discounts, and free access to special events.
Daily, monthly, and yearly passes are available for adults, youth (ages 3-17), seniors (60 and up), family (six people or less), and corporations. Adult memberships are $6 daily, $18 monthly, and $210 yearly. Youth and senior memberships are $4 daily, $12 monthly, and $25 yearly. Family memberships are $36 monthly and $275 yearly; family daily passes are unavailable. Corporate memberships are yearly only and cost $1,000. Costs are for residents of Lewisville; non-resident memberships are higher.
The staff at Huffines CJDR Lewisville agree that Thrive is a great place to get your sweat on. What do you love most about Thrive? Let us know so we can add it to our list!
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