The experienced instructors at Streamline Fitness Training realize that every client has different abilities and conditioning goals. That's why they begin personal training sessions with a thorough assessment, including body alignment testing, strength and flexibility testing. This initial meeting helps the professionals devise an effective program, but perhaps more importantly, it serves as the first step toward creating a bond between client and trainer. That bond is how Streamline aims to set itself apart—since they trust their instructors, guests are more likely to achieve their fitness aims. It's a simple philosophy that carries through all of the gym's practices, from boot camps to Zumba classes.
Before he was the head trainer at Total Wellness, Brandon "B-Fit" Cox was a lifelong fitness enthusiast. He developed a passion for physical activity at a young age, so much so that it dictated his lifestyle. In fact, Brandon played football at the University of Louisville and even helped the Cardinals win the Orange Bowl in 2006. Today, he falls back on all of his experience while helping others get into shape at Total Wellness. Here, Brandon provides group classes and personal training. He strives to aid his clients in achieving healthy weight loss, increasing strength, and improving self-confidence.
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The trainers at Body Design University have developed a scientifically based program to help people battle excess weight and lead fuller, healthier lives. They incorporate both resistance and cardio training into each routine, offering encouragement and tips on how to perform each exercise safely. In addition to maintaining a strong focus on fitness and nutrition, they help clients consider which multivitamins, supplements, or radioactive serums from outer space might be most helpful as they get into prime physical shape. Body Design University also offers hands-on personal-training-certification courses that prepare students for the American Council on Exercise (ACE) certification exam.
Muscles burn as functional strength movements torch calories at Jungle Fire class, one of several results-oriented fitness programs at Jungle Fitness Atlanta. Instructors also lead sessions of Jungle Muscle Confusion, a regimen of plyometrics and interval training that forces bodies to change shape. Jungle Belly classes focus strictly on sculpting core muscles and burning fat. No matter which session exercisers opt for—whether it's Jungle Fire or personal training—the team of personal trainers and fitness instructors are careful to tweak exercises to fit individual abilities and goals.
It would seem that Josh Guise's personal mantra is "train hard or go home," a motivational phrase he painted right on the wall of the AllStar Fit Training studio. Josh and his award-winning team of trainers specialize in small group classes, hosting up to four people for cross-training sessions that might include anything from kickboxing to body-weight resistance exercises. The sessions are designed to produce noticeable results in 30 days or less, and can be supplemented with personal fitness assessments, nutritional plans, and free weights that don't need to be fed or walked. Josh's intense, results-oriented workouts can challenge even the most disciplined athletes: one regular who comes in 4–5 times a week reported that he still feels physically taxed after each session.