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Austin Fit Magazine named RockBody Boot Camp its Best Boot Camp of 2011 and also lauded its owner, Brian Prinzo, as one of the city’s Top 10 Fittest Trainers in 2010. But for Brian and his staff of experienced trainers, it’s not about the accolades; it’s about helping others lose weight and reach their fitness goals. Classes eschew routine courses of treadmills and bench presses for a variety of challenging workouts that put participants through a mash-up of strength, core, cardio, and interval training designed to push them to their personal limits. Best of all, the workouts provide the motivation and accountability needed to help exercisers push past plateaus, and exercises can be tailored to accommodate many fitness levels and concerns, such as arthritis, body pain, and conjoined sweatbands.
2008 ENFIELD RD
AUSTIN,
Texas
US
The trainers at Stronghorn Fitness circumvent the typical pitfalls of fitness regimes by linking workouts with proper nutrition. In sweat sessions, their clients work on the body by flowing through compound and body-weight movements, hefting weights, and tugging on bands. After, they continue the work by adhering to nutritional guidelines and suggestions set forth by their trainers.
2008 Enfield Road
Austin,
TX
US
Though they seem quite different at first glance, Tetra Fitness’s 12 group classes have a few important traits in common. All of the classes, for example, follow the lead of an elite instructor with experience in personal training and biceps strong enough to arm-wrestle Atlas to a draw. All of them also adhere to the company’s core values, which include such rock-solid maxims as “be adventurous and creative” and “do more with less.” The indoor cycling class certainly embodies these two values with its 50-minute workout that sends riders racing over hills and steep inclines on straightforward stationary bikes. The aptly named Sweaty Weights class requires students of all skill levels to “be passionate and determined” as they strengthen and tone every single muscle in their bodies. When the instructors compel their students to “embrace change,” they can reference their own Barefoot Burn cardio class as an example. This intense workout focuses on flexibility, calorie burning, stretching, balance work, toning for all the connective tissues, core strengthening, and corrective exercises for the feet.
1717 W 6th St, Bldg 2, Ste 110R
Austin,
TX
US
Motivation to work out sometimes requires that you light a fire inside yourself, but not the kind you endured during your fire-eating internship at the circus. For $69, today's Groupon gets new clients four weeks of unlimited sessions at Camp Gladiator (a $160 value). This deal is good during any of Camp Gladiator's 36 workout times at all Dallas-area locations. Bring your own mat, towel, water, and sweat (and for the truly prepared, a jump rope and pair of dumbbells). Camp Gladiator is a fitness boot camp far different than the boot camp disobedient teenagers are sent to on Maury. Feel the burn under the watchful eye of experienced trainers in a program founded by Ally Davidson—also known as the 2008 American Gladiator Grand Champion. No drill sergeants will be barking commands through cigars as you drop and give them 200 push-ups in the rain at this fitness boot camp, but there will be obstacle courses, tug of war, plyometrics, sprint and agility drills, and, well, some push-ups. As with personal trainers, fitness boot camps deliver results. Unlike with personal trainers, however, this deal lets you attend as many sessions as you like at whatever location you choose. Regardless of how many times you have been named American Gladiator or Ninja Warrior, fitness boot camp is beneficial for those looking to lose some pounds, try something new, or gain the endurance that cheetahs would and have killed for. Reviews Seven Yelpers and three Google Mappers give Camp Gladiator five stars: I Love Camp Gladiator. – Lori P., Yelp This bootcamp will kick your ass and then laugh while you lie writhing on the floor...but in a good way! – Jessica M., Yelp This class is so much fun that you lose track of how much work you are actually doing. The instructors are very motivational! – Scott, Google Maps
1715 W Cesar Chavez St
Austin,
TX
US
When Jeff Hazzard was younger, he stayed in shape by playing sports year-round. But after he was done with sports, he realized that keeping fit and trim was a challenge, especially if he continued eating poorly without regular exercise. He researched ways to stay healthy, discovering his own path back to fitness, and the experience eventually led him to earn a degree in exercise science and open Jeff Hazzard Fitness. He conducts private and semiprivate personal-training sessions, nutritional coaching, and boot-camp programs small enough to offer individualized attention to participants.
1717 West Cesar Chavez Street
Austin,
TX
US
While visiting a temple in Asia with his girlfriend, Jarrod Whitfield found himself sweating and out of breath while climbing a small hill. As he watched an 80-year old man cruise past him with ease, Jarrod realized something had to change. Ditching junk food and TV for fitness books and muay thai workouts, Jarrod sheared 60 pounds off his frame. Four years later, he placed in the Texas State Natural Bodybuilding Championships. He now works to spark that same drive for self-transformation in his students through personal-training sessions and boot camps. His company’s boot camps emphasize proper form and cater to each student’s fitness level. All programs at the facility include guidance and nutritional counseling. Jarrod integrates the latest fitness trends into the work Whitfit Personal Training and Bootcamps does, providing patrons with everything from paleo-diet recipes to the playlists used to make steamrollers strong.
4301 Rosedale Ave.
Austin,
TX
US
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