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GroupFit Studio’s owner Sherman Rosier is an NSCA-certified personal trainer, NSTA-certified running coach, certified nutrition specialist, and holds a first-degree black belt in tae kwon do. But no matter how advanced the accreditation he receives, he does not lose sight of the most basic tenant of exercise: whatever workouts you choose, have fun doing them. He tailors his classes to meet this requirement: his GroupFit90 classes work the entire body with lively tandem exercises aided by Bosu balls and resistance bands, and his DanceTance workouts fuel dance-based workouts with energetic funk, Latin, and hip-hop music. Exercisers who need an extra shot of oomph can also meet for a nutritional-coaching session, which provides a clearer insight into workout-friendly munching than spying on Sylvester Stallone while he shops for groceries.
1836 Thomasville Rd
Tallahassee,
FL
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Tallahassee Furniture Direct's furniture fanatics schedule one-on-one appointments in order to give each customer a personalized shopping experience. Guests can peruse a pillow-topped bounty of Sealy and Royal Heritage mattresses available in a variety of firmness levels. Queen- or king-size metal frames house new mattresses, and memory-foam pillows contour to cradle necks and hold recollections of the Alamo for safekeeping. The company also stocks living-room furnishings in leather, microfiber, and chenille fabrics, as well as dining-room sets ranging in style from minimalist to ornate.
2815-2 Industrial Plaza Dr
Tallahassee,
FL
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Owned and operated by the Capital Region YMCA for more than 33 years, Camp Indian Springs boasts one of the Tallahassee area’s most venerable summer sleep-away spots. Spread across 77 peaceful acres shrouded by maple, oak, cypress, and pine trees, the campus lets kids truly be kids, as opposed to air-traffic controllers. Campers stay in cabins with 8–12 peers of their same age and gender plus two staff members, promising safety and individual attention with a 1 to 7 staff-to-camper ratio. Camp Indian Springs draws its name from the crystal-clear spring at its heart, and gives kids a venue for swimming and water sports, as well as arts and crafts, archery, and other field sports. Nature-survival instruction teaches outdoor-oriented campers how to fend for themselves, ensuring that the next generation will not forget how life was lived before status updates. Surrounded by living, breathing humans and thrown into situations that don’t contain holograms, they'll re-learn to express themselves without angry emoticons.
2001 Apalachee Pkwy
Tallahassee,
FL
US
Student athletes have to divide their time between the classroom and the playing field. At The B-FAAST Group, coowners Patrick and Yvette Nelson and their staff strive to make that juggling act more manageable. During their academically and athletically minded training programs, which they've coined "acathletic training," they pay equal attention to brains and brawn. Their mentoring sessions address everything from specific school subjects to broader topics such as time and stress management, and their sports-training sessions, personal-training sessions, and group fitness classes help mold all ages into the shape of legendary strongman Magnus Samuelsson.
211 Oakland Avenue
Tallahassee,
FL
US
Many of the students at Train. Fight. Win. Tallahassee come because they're preparing for a competition?a boxing match, say, or an MMA fight. But you don't have to have any intention of stepping into the ring to gain from the classes, since many promise health benefits that are valuable to anyone. The conditioning courses, for instance, help students build strength and endurance through pull-ups, pushups, and tire flips, and cardio boxing classes raise the heart rate with punching drills and other exercises. Personal trainers push clients to the next level, whether they wish to lose fat, gain muscle, or develop the endurance to read War and Peace without stopping to catch their breath.
729 West Gaines Street
Tallahassee,
FL
US
Named after the Australian slang for “have a go,” the Avago Mud Run encourages each runner to have a go at a mud-ridden 5K obstacle course. The path is peppered with myriad obstacles ranging from a tire wall and farmer's walk to a hay mountain and mystery challenges. All obstacles are optional; however, runners who don’t complete an obstacle will not be eligible for final placement. Unlike Karl Malone’s birthday shindig, the after party is open to everyone and entertains the masses with live music and beer as they clean up and party down. A portion of all proceeds goes to benefit the Big Bend Homeless Coalition.
1310 North Duval Street
Tallahassee,
FL
US