GoodLife Fitness augments a squadron of strength training and cardiovascular equipment with a packed schedule of energizing and encouraging group fitness classes led by skilled instructors. Delve into a Body pump barbell class, challenging muscle groups to a series of squats, presses, lifts, and increasingly complicated origami designs, or fortify weary musculature by wielding light weights during a Newbody class. Workout warriors can also test their mettle in intense Body Combat classes, merging martial arts disciplines to fill students with the strength and endurance to dodge roving packs of ice cream trucks.
Bulldog Interactive Fitness began as a facility exclusively for kids, combining fitness with summer camps, birthday parties, and other fun activities. From there, the trainers expanded to include the whole family. Kids play dodge ball, practice hip-hop cheer, or compete in bouts of indoor floor hockey, while adults kickbox or stretch into yoga poses. Should parents' workouts last longer than their offsprings', the kids can head to the supervised games area for electronic or tabletop amusements.
At Balanced Body Pilates & Yoga Studio, certified instructors strive to help yogis of all levels build strength, flexibility, balance, and focus through private, semiprivate, and group lessons held in its homey, intimate studio. Programs range from beginner yoga, which covers basic poses, breathing techniques, and methods of alignment and relaxation, to flow yoga, in which practitioners synchronize their breath and movements in a seamless dance resembling the Bohemian schottische. A gentle yoga course, comprised of leisurely Hatha–style poses, contrasts with power yoga, a vigorous Vinyasa–style workout. Patrons can choose from one-on-one lessons, semiprivate classes for two, or group class. Balanced Body Pilates & Yoga Studio will provide the equipment you need from its stockpile of mats, balls, and porkpie hats.
The instructors at Spin Kicks are lifelong fitness enthusiasts who have experience in pursuits ranging from marathon running to competitive sports to, of course, cycling. The team brings its enthusiasm to the members at Spin Kicks, leading cycling classes while perched atop RealRyder stationary bikes that tilt and turn as if cruising down mountain paths. The realistic bike movements activate core muscles as students pedal in rhythm and teachers encourage them to go faster and push themselves harder. In addition to the indoor classes, the instructors lead outdoor cycling clubs in warmer months, as well as manage a bike shop that treats bicycles to repairs, tune-ups, and tire-tread readings.
The airy, colourful interior of Real Fitness For Women helps impart a fun atmosphere echoed by the attitudes of trainers and trainees alike. Whether bending in a hot-yoga class, sipping a healthy refreshment at the juice bar, tanning, or weightlifting a treadmill, visitors to the sun-lit facility find what they need to feel great.