The body-sculpting sessions and up-to-date facilities at Fitness Concepts of Baton Rouge reward women of all ages and ambitions with the means to stay active and run circles around their fitness goals. Muscle mavens nudge convivial trainees closer to their peak physiques with intense boot camp workouts available three days a week. Each camper's sweat regimen is prescribed based on individual fitness and the ability to lift and shake the change out of minivans. Trainees also receive a comprehensive fitness assessment and personalized nutrition plan to supplement the routines of boot camp and the bootless beyond.
Sandbox Training's one-on-one personal training and group-fitness classes help men and women burn calories and build lean, powerful muscles through nutritional education, strength training, and endurance exercises. Friendly, knowledgeable trainers motivate their pupils through marathon and triathlon training, individual fitness assessments, or Fitness Recess classes?fun-filled, high-energy workouts that entertain as they boost metabolisms.
During fitness classes, the trainers at Fit Fab?formerly Dr. Fitness?sculpt clients' physiques with high-octane workouts. Sometimes, these workouts incorporate props, from folding chairs and free weights to the climbing ropes that dangle from the studio's ceilings. Other times, they center on rapid-fire circuits, which torch calories with burpees, crunches, and other moves.
Boot Camp Code Pink's staff of fitness mavens transforms recruits into chiseled effigies of their former selves with intensive sessions typically staged amid the sun-dappled surroundings of Jambalaya Park. Sixty-minute sessions challenge sinews from crown to anklet with a menagerie of body-resistance exercises, weightlifting, obstacle courses, cardiovascular training, and horse training. Boot Camp Code Pink welcomes varying fitness levels, and the program typically runs in the early morning and the evening, with a covered area available during spells of rain.
Popular activities at West Bank Bridge Park have long included picnicking, disc golf, and soccer. However, since Get Fit Don't Quit Outdoor Bootcamp came around, there has been a spike in pushups, sit-ups, sprints, and other exercises. Blame that on Donrell, the boot-camp instructor who leads Get Fit's intense 60-minute workouts for men, women, and squirrels of all fitness levels.
The mother-daughter owners of F.I.T. craft customized workouts and eating plans for ladies interested in bolstering their earthly edifice, employing the motivational tools of accountability and one-on-one attention. During three weekly personal-training sessions, they'll shepherd you through 25 minutes of heart-pumping cardio and 30 minutes of muscle-crunching strength training, progressing only when you're ready to. Meanwhile, nutritional know-it-alls construct food guides and offer recipes that cultivate healthy eating habits and fuel up bodies for training sessions much more effectively than gasoline-infused energy drinks. Newly-toned finger muscles can strut their stuff by scrawling in the fitness journal, an integral part of the program designed to help you identify breakthroughs and possible pitfalls by recording all of your meals, water intake, and workout stats. Progress is tracked according to inches and body fat lost, relying on hard, cold evidence rather than the mumbo jumbo of fat-cell psychologists and waistline mood rings.