A team of friendly gurus runs each club. Fitness buffs of all buffness levels feel welcome in the fun and accommodating atmosphere at Washington Sports Clubs. During your two weeks, you get access to all the professional equipment, group exercise classes, locker rooms, and facility amenities offered (some group exercise classes require a reservation). Different clubs have on-site features such as pools, Pilates and yoga, babysitting services for a tag-along papoose, electricity, and more. Search for the club that suits your checklist here.
Between Om Shanti Om Yoga Center’s saffron-colored walls, eight gentle-voiced instructors guide students into meditative poses. They flow through a variety of positions, each designed to open up muscles while quieting the mind. The instructors have diverse backgrounds, which include degrees in math, doctoral degrees, and 30-year competitive-running careers. To introduce new students to the practice, Om Shanti Om offers a basics package, which includes beginners-only classes twice a week. There are also discounted rates available on more-advanced classes to encourage newcomers to test the waters of 75- or 90-minute classes, which involve finding the area under the curve of your back during each pose.
Royals Boxing Gym's personal trainers follow classical training regimens used by champion fighters for years, requiring hard work and discipline from their students as they practice against pads and spar with live or robotic opponents in the full-size boxing ring. The staff welcomes students of all stripes, from those who simply wish to get in shape to serious sportsmen. Some of their previous students have even gone on to compete in events such as the Golden Gloves.
World Gym Setauket is a 90,000 sq.ft. multi-sport club set on 10 acres.
At World Gym Setauket we have a gym, tennis, swimming, arena, and summer camp business.
We offer swimming, tennis, personal training, speed school, soccer and lacrosse lessons.
Our programs include membership, tennis and roller hockey
Since its 1965 founding in Venice Beach, California, Gold's Gym has dotted the globe with more than 600 locations where professional athletes and exercise newbies gather under the umbrella of personal strength. Nearly 3.5 million Gold's members chart and aim for their fitness peaks, perspiring beneath the gaze of certified personal trainers or pedaling beside peers at cycling sessions. In a diverse lineup of group classes, patrons strengthen cores with Pilates, finger-paint pictures of ninjas in martial arts, and amp up heart rates along to the pulsating soundtracks of Les Mills routines.
Many Gold's Gym locations stockpile futuristic amenities, such as cardio machines with individual iPod docks and televisions that help keep patrons motivated.
As a former architect, Amba Yoga director Lesa Kingsbury
has a deep appreciation for form and function, elements that she
incorporates into her yoga practice. Registered through the Yoga
Alliance, Lesa draws on 14 years of experience to helm a team of
that promotes freedom of movement, mind, and spirit. Within temperate
rooms kept at around 70 degrees, instructors lead Hatha yoga classes
centered on alignment, form, and fluid motion as well as Vinyasa
classes. The studio’s restorative
offerings include yoga therapy, massage, and meditation techniques
Essence of Yoga Studio feels like a sacred space. Amid its polished honey-colored floors and warm, earth-toned walls, certified instructors teach Hatha and Vinyasa-flow yoga to students of all skill levels. Believing that the mind is just as important as the body, the instructors help students gain strength and flexibility in an atmosphere of support and acceptance.
A ringleader at Venice California’s Muscle Beach, Joe Gold founded World Gym in 1976, creating what would become an iconic spot for Hollywood’s brawniest bunch, including Arnold Schwarzenegger and Lou Ferrigno. Today, that gym is a worldwide franchise spanning more than a dozen countries. World Gym in Ronkonkoma comes with all the perks clients have come to expect from the franchise, including a free-weight room stacked with dumbbells, barbells, and plenty of plates. Cardio addicts can head to one of several group classes, such as spotlight cycle, which utilizes stationary bikes for heart-racing, indoor exercise. After a workout, exercisers can grab a towel and a snack or re-energize with a drink from the juice bar.
The expert coaches at Revolution Athletics help athletes of all ages and sports preferences fine-tune their game with activity-specific training. Their impressive facility boasts 5,500 square feet of indoor turf and thousands of pounds of weights. The coaches also work with athletes to improve their speed and agility with age-specific training groups.
The patter of fists against a punching bag. The bass clang of weights in racks. Cardio and resistance machines from Matrix, Life Fitness and Hammer Strength purr in Soleil Total Fitness’s 20,000-square-foot facility as visitors work toward fitness goals. During more than 45 group exercise classes in three studios, a hush falls over yoga pupils and sweat leaps from the brows of Zumba and kickboxing participants. In the spin studio, stationary bikes help torch calories, and in a boxing and mixed-martial-arts area complete with a 20-foot boxing ring, patrons learn to fend off the punching bag stalking them in their nightmares. The gym’s team of certified personal trainers, alternatively, can tailor workouts to patrons’ fitness goals, whether they are trying to make their high school’s baseball team or the Olympics.
Underwhelmed by half-hour circuit centers and unfriendly vibes in other health clubs, On the Go Fitness owners Jay Fields and James Remien set out to create a state-of-the-art fitness facility where people of any age or physical ability wouldn’t feel intimidated. Customers get a well-rounded workout courtesy of strength-training, cardiovascular, and flexibility-conditioning options, whereas group classes that range from cycling and Pilates to Core Barre and Butt & Gut challenge advanced athletes and beginners alike. Meanwhile, the Kids Fitness program combines fun activities with exercise routines, fighting the lethargy that comes from eating deep-fried video games after playing them.
As she guides clients toward achieving their fitness goals, exercise guru Lauren Zummo also immerses them in her own fitness interests. Zummo is the owner of Prana Pilates & Yoga, where she draws from years of experience in movement analysis and a graduate degree in exercise physiology to train groups of no more than six students at a time. She helps them hone core strength in Pilates reformer classes, tone lean muscle in cardio barre classes, and learn poses and breathing techniques in her basic yoga classes.
Yoga, spinning, Cardio Kick. These are just a few of the group fitness classes that promise physical change at MVP Fitness. Outside of group classes, there are always the 21,000 square feet of gym equipment to tone muscles and burn calories. There's also personal training if one-on-one attention better suits your exercise style.
With titles that include kempo karate black belt, professional fitness trainer, and Pro USA Gymnastics coach, Joe Funaro and Andre LeRouge are experts when it comes to fusing their skills in the spheres of fitness and combat sports. It's this practice that they bring to their aptly named Fusion Mixed Martial Arts & Kickboxing studio, where they have developed programs that borrow from Brazilian jujitsu, karate, and muay thai kickboxing to promote fitness and self-discipline.
Powerhouse Gym has been helping clients get fit for 15 years. In the spacious workout facility, visitors can choose from more than 40 fitness classes per week, including yoga, Pilates, Zumba, kickboxing, and spin sessions, all taught by certified instructors. When not taking classes, gym-goers can work out on one of 40 cardio machines complete with personal TV screens, or head over to the complete onsite chiropractic office for an adjustment or massage. Powerhouse Gym boasts free childcare while adults sweat it out in a sunny, functional fitness center.