Sloan, their trainer and a former professional football player, takes them through a variety of exercises that benefit the rear end and build overall strength.
Sloan said, "These exercises benefit the large muscle groups which the rear end, the thighs, hamstrings, that gets the heart rate up, tremendously. That's when you burn the most calories, that's why it's so important to get that rear in gear."
They do full body push-ups, not from their knees, and then move on to the bag toss.
Next are squats on this ball that build lower body strength and pumping the ropes at the same time tones the arms.
"I brought Sloan an outfit and I said, 'it's your job to get me in this," said class participant Bonnie Stewart.
And for Bonnie Stewart the workouts are helping.
Not only has she lost more than 20 pounds but her overall health has improved.
"My cholesterol level was over 270 and last time I went it was now under 200," said Stewart.
We all know exercise is good for us so find what works for you and get your rear in gear.