Health Clubs in Addison


Select Local Merchants

  • Small Group Fitness
    Most of the classes at Small Group Fitness are capped at ten people, which gives the trainers more opportunities to work with clients one-on-one. Adhering to an instructive style of training, they teach clients how to prevent injury as they use equipment in the fitness suite, which is divided into three sections: a field-turf area with TRX-suspension bands and ropes, a hard-floor area with kettlebells and plyometric boxes, and a matted area with free weights and tractor tires once used in Old MacDonald?s cross-training program. In addition to small-group classes, the trainers also schedule one-on-one personal-training sessions and larger boot-camp classes.
    Read More
    416 W 75th Street Unit 416
    Downers Grove, IL US
  • Ajrenaline Fitness
    Rush Performance: Personal Training Studio's certified trainers take positive attitudes and community support so seriously that if you complain during your trial of the Team Rush training program and bring any negativity, you won't be able to join Team Rush. And that would mean not torching hundreds of calories and toning up during strength, cardio, and sports conditioning sessions and high-intensity interval circuits. Even the personal training requires supporting your fellow exercisers as it usually involves small groups of two to four working out together and forming a human pyramid to place any junk food out of reach. The trainers often use the FitRanX fitness-testing system to determine how fit a person is before they start Rush's programs and to monitor their progress throughout.
    Read More
    1673 E Oakton St.
    Des Plaines, IL US
  • Cardinal Fitness of Park Ridge
    Motivating, highly trained staff and spacious facilities complement Charter Fitness's battalion of cardio machines and strength-training equipment. Huge flat-screen TVs motivate gym-goers as they lift weights, stationary bikes, and their reflections in large mirrors. Seasoned personal trainers who all hold certifications or four-year degrees in their specialty guide members through an initial personal-training session, introducing clients to the best equipment for their fitness goals. After workouts, private showers or public water fountains sluice away sweat.
    Read More
    672 N Northwest Hwy
    Park Ridge, IL US
  • Cross Fit Iron Flag
    Equipment: Barbells, rowing machines, dumbbells, Olympic rings, and medicine balls. Students should bring: Towel and reusable water container Average class length: 60 minutes Number of Staff: 1?5 people Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes Established: 2013 Registration required: Yes Good for beginners: Yes Guests allowed: No Parking: Parking lot Pro Tip: Just push yourself to the best of your ability.
    Read More
    778 Burr Oak Dr
    Westmont, IL US
  • Mission Body Possible
    Equipment: None. Just a dance studio with soft floors. Students should bring: Water bottle and towel Average class length: Less than 30 minutes Number of Staff: 1?5 people Class location: Indoors only Established: 2014 Registration required: Yes Good for beginners: Yes Guests allowed: Yes Parking: Free street parking Pro Tip: Please make sure to remove shoes and wear socks in class so our floors can stay clean.
    Read More
    9219 Ogden Avenue
    Brookfield, IL US
  • Fitness Formula Oak Park
    Students should bring: A yoga mat, water bottle, and towel Registration required: Yes Good for beginners: Yes Average class length: 60 minutes Established: 1984 Guests allowed: Yes Parking: 2 hour free parking Pro Tip: Classes at Navy Pier are first come first serve. Plan accordingly. Different people want to get in shape for different reasons, and they go about it in many different ways. Fortunately, Fitness Formula Clubs' trainers understand this. They start every new member at their gym with four complimentary personal-training sessions that not only help hammer down each individual's goals, but also provide a solid foundation of knowledge and motivation. From there, equipment and guidance help each client reach whatever heights they're after. Programs that focus on endurance in running, swimming, and cycling pair with Pilates work and basketball courts to develop well-rounded regimens. There's also classic equipment?cardio machines and free weights?offsetting a selection of less-than-traditional equipment?an artificial rock wall which lets clients build upper-body strength while practicing lines for their Cliffhanger: The Musical audition.
    Read More
    1114 Lake St
    Oak Park, IL US
Advertisement