Our studio is located on the banks of the Powwow River in the historic, renovated Carriage Mills, located just outside of downtown Amesbury, minutes off I-95. The studio offers a strikingly large space with beautiful hardwood floors and plenty of natural light. Ample free parking is available!
Fuel Training Studio turns routine workouts into challenging tests of mettle, keeping muscles and minds engaged and healthy with one-on-one training or community-focused group classes. Cofounders Jeanne Carter and Julie Bokat, and their staff of eminently skilled trainers, educate pupils in their unique Fuel training method, which has been formulated through years of training and extensive certifications.
Fuel's philosophy focuses on helping clients through their everyday family life and activities by building functional strength?keeping muscles guessing with intense bursts of cardio and strength training that boost metabolism and efficiency. Clients enhance their muscle tone and agility with indoor barbell and heavy-bag boxing techniques, or Versus cable-suspension training. Outdoor boot-camp classes combine strength, core-building, and cardio workouts into fun packages, allowing students to build rippling abdominal muscles while they admire waterfront scenery and challenge songbirds to wrestling matches.
No workout ever needs to be the same at Xtreme Fitness. The 4,400-square-foot facility—which is surrounded by an outdoor obstacle course and miles of wooded jogging trails—brims with free weights, medicine balls, resistance bands, and kettlebells, allowing guests of any age and fitness level to mix-and-match exercises for a customized, safe, and engaging workout. Supportive trainers can transform the no-frills space into training grounds for everything from tire-filled Spartan Race obstacle courses to stamina-heavy Tough Mudder competitions. In addition to providing guidance and encouragement, the facility's trainers lead an eclectic schedule filled with group circuit training classes, cardio-intensive kickboxing courses, and power yoga sessions.
Cheryl Taylor, head trainer and owner of Incite Fitness, challenges her clients to charge through local streets or push through grueling interval workouts, depending on the class. At Urban Run sessions, attendees tackle the former, zooming down 2- to 5-mile paths that include pit stops where they can work out. In contrast, at women’s boot-camp classes, quick spurts of energy power participants through intervals of cardio, resistance training, and plyometrics.