Colosseum Health & Fitness takes a triple approach to fitness with an armory of strength-training and cardiovascular equipment, personal training from a nationally certified and continually educated staff, and group fitness classes. Each personal-training regimen starts with a detailed fitness assessment to measure clients' body composition, balance and coordination, flexibility, strength, and endurance before building a custom workout plan. To aid diverse fitness goals, the class schedule is peppered with everything from Pilates to cardio kickboxing to the client favorite Hard-Core 50, which targets muscles between the shoulders and hips to improve posture, tighten abs, and keep them securely between the shoulders and hips.
The Kaiser Fit Club's staff doesn't have time to work out complicated contracts or membership schemes—they're too busy helping their clients get fit through dynamic, effective exercise classes. The team welcomes patrons of all fitness levels to its TRX suspension-training classes, in which students battle their body weights while dangling from resistance bands. Along the way, instructors mastermind modifications to match newcomers' abilities or target participants' personal goals. The fitness gurus complement their TRX-only sessions with fusion classes, which incorporate core-strengthening moves from Pilates or ballet-inspired barre-fitness exercises.
When years of competitive running and triathlon competitions left her with race-ending injuries, studio owner Jen Portman turned to yoga to help heal and strengthen her achy limbs. Jen studied under celebrated yogis including Bikram Choudhury and Shiva Rea, and now passes on their wisdom in the confines of her own heated studio. Her hot-yoga sessions are suitable for students of all shapes, sizes, and fitness levels, as the intense temperatures help melt even the stiffest of muscles into deep, healing stretches and Möbius-strip-inspired poses.
Fueled by a desire to offer their clients fun and motivating ways to stay active, The Action Room's instructors lead myriad classes, from ballroom dancing to country line dancing to Zumba fitness. For those preparing for a wedding or formal touchdown celebration, the instructors teach private and group dance lessons that cover all the major ballroom moves. In addition to leading dance-focused classes, the instructors set pupils' hearts pumping during fitness-based classes that include cardio kickboxing, TRX suspension training, and yoga. High-octane boot camps prepare bodies for the beach, and tummy-centered Pilates workouts help patrons build solid core muscles to deflect any flailing limbs on the dance floor.
Like a delicious stir-fry, Studio Fusion's curriculum is a healthy and often spicy mix of ingredients. An overarching goal to combat boredom guides each session, and supportive instructors monitor their students with personalized guidance, whether they're showcasing a Zumba spin or one of Cardio Kick's rapid-fire jabs. Their classes range from calming mat Pilates and yoga to Cardio Fusion and Zumba Fusion—a Latin-inspired workout intensified by toning exercises and students tying their shoelaces together at the start. The staff also hosts personal-training sessions that continue to prioritize exciting routines, and instructors take their classes on the road for parties and fundraisers.
Open 24/7, the 35,000-sqaure-foot facility at 365 Premier Fitness & Wellness is set up to eradicate workout excuses. Here, clients can find everything they need to burn fat and build lean muscle, from an indoor lap pool to strength and cardio machines to a separate spinning studio. Certified instructors teach a host of group fitness classes, including Zumba, yoga, and interval training, and martial-arts classes are supplemented by speed and heavy bags for those looking to punch and kick their way to fitness. The spacious gym also offers complimentary towel service and childcare, making working out hassle-free and putting an end to diaper-bag bench-press competitions.
After performing traditional Greek folk dance for celebrities, politicians, and even Greek royalty, Rozalia Aravantinos Xidias opened Asana Yoga + Dance. There, she helms a staff of instructors who perform Greek folk dance at weddings, christenings, and building demolitions. They also teach yoga, dance, and fitness classes to both adults and children, ensuring all classes are capped at a small number so each student receives personal attention. Inside the state-of-the-art facility, kids learn hip-hop and jazz moves and grown-ups glide peacefully through Hatha and Vinyasa poses or trim their waistlines during energetic Zumba classes. Girl Scouts can also visit the studio for a one-hour folk-dance lesson, which culminates in a folk-dance merit badge.