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Lift at Miami at The Falls

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From song to song, squat to sumo deadlift, this is the happiness-inducing strength class to make you strong.

Life Time member lifting a barbell overhead in a strength class
Experience Level
All Levels
Class Length
45 - 60 Minutes
What to Bring
Water bottle, towel
Four people squatting with barbells across shoulders during a Lift strength class at Life Time

Epic Strength Party 

Challenge every major muscle group as you move through this energetic, beat-driven full-body workout.

Instructor guiding a Lift strength class

Lift Together 

Let the energy of the room motivate you to pick up heavier weights and do more than you thought possible.

Stylized image of a shirtless Life Time member holding a barbell in a Lift strength class


Learn proper form, progress at your own pace and focus on muscular endurance by lifting moderate weight loads for longer.

Close up of Hilary, a Lift strength instructor at Life Time


“You may not know it, but you're inspiring somebody around you to keep working hard just by doing your best.”


a member’s perspective

"Each class I lift a little bit heavier, my form gets a little better, and I can feel myself getting stronger."
"I can feel the beat of the music, today's playlist is my favorite: 80s hits. There's something about the sound of ‘push it’ blasting through the speakers and the clanking weight plates that instantly gets me into workout mode.”
"After the warm-up, I load my bar and just like the beat, drop it low. The instructor jumps off the stage to work the room, when I feel her eyes on me, I drop a little lower. Thanks to her, I'll be feeling it a little more tomorrow. "
"Weightlifting was foreign to me...but now I love it, and I'm getting stronger every class."

Good to know

Music and exercise? A dynamic duo!

Music can boost your mood, keep you motivated, and even help you power through those tough moments during your workout.

the best exercise?

Those you feel most inspired to do. Consistency is key.

happy hormones

Endorphins, Dopamine, Oxytocin and Serotonin aka feel good chemicals promote happiness and pleasure while reducing depression and anxiety. You can give them a natural boost with a little activity.


Our members say

“I’m not a fitness floor person, but knew I needed to lift weights. What I didn’t know was how much fun this was going to be!”

Greta W.

Miami at The Falls, FL

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