Rogue Personal Training marries the talents of two fiercely devoted fitness specialists, both of whom aid clients of all ages in redefining their physical limits. In addition to holding a BS in health management and in health and physical education, Landon Branine has manned military-style skirmishes as a certified Army Combative Training instructor. Furthermore, Branine infuses his training sessions with innovative fighting techniques that he's learned while mastering mixed martial arts and tae kwon do in the competitive sphere. With a BS in exercise science, Ben Arnold boasts more than five years of personal training experience to develop his enthusiastic approach, and also has a penchant for cycling, jiu jitsu, and outdoor activities. Ryan Bell's face graces the flipside of Rogue's coin, brandishing a BS in kinesiology and eight years of experience in the Army Reserve—six of which were spent heading the fitness program, and two of which were spent infiltrating the barbell black market as an undercover spy.
Landon, Ryan, and Arnold chart custom workout plans for recruits during small group, partner, and one-on-one personal-training programs. Slightly larger crowds can enlist in their boot camps or speed-and-agility camps, taking advantage of the nearby Andover Stadium to sprint down the track and hurdle over the field-goal posts.
At Allure Wellness - MD, a medical aesthetics practice supervised by Internal Medical MD, weight-loss specialists neutralize the evidence of bodily wear and tear through a merger of natural remedies and scientific progress. For example, they strive to correct cholesterol levels, fatigue, and weight gain with organically occurring nutrients, such as vitamin B12, and Exilis contouring procedures harness radio frequencies in order to melt down fat deposits without the use of intimidating tools, such as lasers or personal trainers dressed as bears. Dermaroller sessions target skin ailments ranging from wrinkles to distinct scars, employing microneedles to stimulate collagen production and the growth of fresh capillaries, which further nourish complexions. Hormone therapies and weight-loss plans address more internal, long-term goals.
With machines set up in rows to encourage competition, many ordinary gyms cater to men's bodies and psychology, right down to the urinals that were "accidentally" installed in the women's locker room. At Curves, you'll move around a circuit of hydraulic resistance machines that have been designed to work with women's bodies and promote weight loss, protect against osteoporosis, and deal with arthritis. An experienced trainer is always nearby to help manage your machine maneuvering and your muscle making. Instead of fiddling with weight stacks and losing your momentum, the hydraulic machines use your body weight and fitness level to create resistance that matches your abilities, decreasing the risk of soreness or injury. Because traditional lift-and-lower motions create bulky muscles, each machine uses push-and-pull motions to create toned, lean muscles perfect for crushing a grapefruit without looking like you can.
Technology from Asyra is at the heart of much of the work at North Laguna Wellness Center. The devices can help identify not just symptoms, but underlying medical issues behind allergies and other troubles. Dr. Hank Williams is behind all of that technology, though, helping talk patients towards their physical and mental goals. He can also oversee more hands-on chiropractic treatments. Those might work to treat back pain or tension. All of the clinic's treatments may be paired with plans for better overall living, whether that's information about nutrition or a guide to talking yourself out of a confrontation with a small-town rancher.
Optimal Performance never sleeps: it's open to members 24 hours a day. Exercisers can work out independently, though personal trainers and group classes are available to guide workouts. Massage therapists swoop in to soothe yoga- and boot-camp-addled muscles. Dedicated to comprehensive health and wellness, the team even counsels clients on nutritional issues.
ACE-certified personal trainer Chad Lee knows that most people need more than encouraging words to keep up with a new fitness regimen. That's why he and his staff consult with their clients to determine each one's reason for taking on private, partner, or small-group training sessions at Premier Fitness. Once they've isolated distinct goals, they customize workouts and dietary advice around the patron's medical history, lifestyle, and adaptation to exercise routines. An ever-present sense of humor buoys their lessons, eliminating boredom and increasing laughter without unsafe tickle fights between bench presses.
Chad specializes in metabolic circuit training for weight management and has championed a Drop a Pant or Dress Size program for a well-rounded attack on surplus pounds. Inside the gym's private facilities, he mixes squats, body-weight maneuvers, and yoga poses into a challenging cocktail of cardio and strength training. The 28-day group camp series also includes nutritional guidance and at-home fitness resources, allowing students to become self-sufficient monitors of their health.