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Energy Fitness & Wellness
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Bushido Karate Dojo, Inc
Instructors motivate groups through Zumba classes set to Latin music and Hardcore Cardio classes that incorporate extreme calisthenics
With a lineup of helpful, certified trainers and a diverse fitness-class selection, Energy Fitness & Wellness is equipped to assist patrons of all shapes and sizes in achieving stronger, healthier bodies. Energy takes pride in building a distinguished personal training program so that those pumping iron solo can enlist their friendly floor advisors for assistance with the machines or to learn new free-weight exercises to vary their routines. For a dose of camaraderie and accountability, patrons can hone their strength, endurance, and flexibility during group classes, such as Pilates, hot yoga, spinning, and Zumba.
Guests at Energy Fitness & Wellness can work out knowing they're giving Mother Nature a break by supporting a facility that runs on solar electric power and radiant heat. Its rooms also boast recycled bamboo flooring and a fresh-air ventilation system. Outdoors, the 3,000-square-foot turf lawn hosts boot-camp classes.
As the name suggests, Dany Holdstein’s Two Worlds Dance & Fitness unites instructors from the realms of dance and exercise to help students meet their health goals. Before founding the studio, Holdstein studied with dance icons Martha Graham and Pearl Lang, taught master classes internationally, and served as an adjunct professor at C.W. Post College. He requires his dance instructors' credentials be no less impressive. Dance teachers include Andre Kisselev, a classically trained ballet dancer who has high-stepped it with Riverdance, and Lancelot Theobald, a former professional football player who has performed at the Metropolitan Opera and developed choreography for the Knicks City Dancers. Theobald's Momz-N-Da-Hood group—a breakdancing crew of mothers over 40—is a spinoff of one of his hip-hop exercise classes, and, as noted by the Long Island Press, has appeared on Good Morning America.
As the artistic director of an eponymous contemporary dance company, Holdstein has equipped his dance and workout studios with the same floating floors and Marley coverings found in professional facilities. The center's walls resound with music from spinning, Zumba, and belly-dancing classes as certified personal trainers help guests navigate the weights and cardio equipment in the gym area. The instructors also lead classes for children and teens, including Broadway-style theater-dance sessions and pointe classes that give kids the ability to overcome roller-coaster height requirements.
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.
At Brickhouse Cardio Club, an open floor space sets the stage for Zumba classes every day of the week. The floor—designed
to ease joint and knee maladies—is merely one aspect of the club's comfortable and supportive atmosphere. At the club, patrons find a combination of dancing and aerobics classes that will help them with weight loss or body toning in the midst of a fun environment.
Fitness 4 You, Inc.'s nationally certified trainers understand the science of fitness and the barriers that often prevent continued improvement. They also understand the importance of meeting an individual's needs, which is why the facility is home to such diverse programs. Whether a client is looking to lose weight, increase their flexibility, or improve their athletic performance, Fitness 4 You, Inc.'s trainers match those fitness goals with the proper training regimen. They do so through corrective-exercise programs, nutrition guidance, and group classes such as
Burn & Firm, POUND, Kick-Fit-Cardio, PILOXING, Yoga and Zumba.
The five studios at Michelle Ferraro's Dance USA host more than a dozen different classes, including ballet, hip-hop, tap, barre exercise, and jazz. Students as young as 2 twirl, jump, and leap across specially designed floors that help prevent injuries. Yearly recitals and hourly dance-offs in the parking lot enable students to show off their skills to the masses.
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.
As history would tell it, karate has its roots in 5th century China, when a monk brought both Buddhism and martial arts training to the country. The art's first public demonstration in Japan, though, wasn't until 1917, when a group of martial artists captured the Japanese peoples' imaginations with their athleticism and skill. The Okinawan martial art quickly became a staple of Japanese culture, and branched out through the world. George Santiago, one of the most recent in a lineage of masters of the art, teaches an evolution of that same karate today at Bushido Karate Dojo, Inc.
He and his fellow teachers hold classes for both adults and kids, with training starting as young as three years old. They instill in their students not only
martial skill, but a deep sense of respect and duty toward themselves and others, regardless of rank.
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.
Zumba. Pole fitness. Hot yoga. Meditation. The fitness classes at POSFIT by Legworks may span a wide spectrum of exercises, but they all reflect the spirit of POSFIT, which derives its name from "positively fit." That motto is fitness center's guiding force, encouraging trainers to cultivate a motivational environment of contagious positive energy. The mostly cardio classes ensure fun workouts by keeping most classes up-tempo, such as aptly named Pound: 45 minutes of toning moves set to rock 'n' roll.
Deer Park Community Center runs on the belief that children should remain active and use their imaginations. So, the facility organizes a full slate of athletic and cultural programs as an alternative to other popular forms of entertainment, such as playing video games and trying to sell annoying siblings on eBay. The DPCC offers activities that satisfy a wide range of interests. Youngsters can spark up competition with games of volleyball, basketball, and dodgeball, or get their creative juices flowing during theater performances and age-appropriate dances.
Jennifer Friaglia would be fit enough if her days just consisted of wrangling her kids. But the mother of three wouldn’t be satisfied with that fitness regime, since she’s spent more than a decade as a personal trainer, physical education teacher, and group exercise instructor. At Movez, LLC, she flexes her muscles as a licensed Zumba teacher at fast-paced Zumbatomic classes, sometimes even attracting _Real Housewives of New Jersey_’s Teresa Giudice.
With an arsenal of treadmills and weight-training equipment at their disposal, the personal trainers and fitness instructors at Gym 33 help clients reach their personal fitness goals. One-on-one training tailors fitness regimens to each member's needs, whether their goals include strength training or improving cardiovascular health. The gym further caters to clients' busy schedules with flexible hours and childcare.
The Erin and John Lopez, the founders of Variations, believe in more than building up successful dancers—they also believe in building healthy bodies and attitudes through dance. Erin is a longtime dancer herself, having performed at Lincoln Center and as a dancer with a wide swath of companies. The instructors here are just as committed to their students as the Lopezes, leading classes as diverse as classical ballet, jazz, and hip hop for students of all ages. The adult curriculum also covers classic and contemporary dance styles, with Pilates and ballet barre fitness lessons as well.
Lovingood Fitness Lounge & Spa brings wellness to not only the individual, but also to the “family, community, and corporate world.” Along with wellness coaching and nutrition programs, the center also hosts group fitness classes that range from yoga to Latin-dance-inspired Zumba classes. Lovingwood’s services extend beyond the office; the center also educates clients at workshops and wellness clubs to provide take-home information that can be applied throughout day-to-day life.