The athletic alchemists at Brown Fitness’s Camp Kettlebell stir flexibility, strength, and cardio into 45-minute class concoctions designed to whip bodies into shape. Employing the kettlebell, a grip-granting handled weight, certified BMI-abolishing instructors lead sessions tailored to activity amateurs or the workout-weathered, who attend three times a week. A one-month membership to the online nutrition program grants students custom recipes, following an initial body assessment. Participants should come prepared with a towel, workout mat, bottled water, and comfortable clothing on their person, and "Eye of the Tiger" playing in their ears. Morning, midday, and evening sessions fit even the surliest schedules. Prospective iron pumpers should call Brown Fitness to schedule their first class.
Equipment: Kettlebells, dumbbells, bands, and bodyweight
Students should bring: Bottle of water, towel, dumbbells, and fitness mat
Registration required: Yes
Good for beginners: Yes
Average class length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5 people
Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: Hydrate properly the night before.
Drink 1-2 glasses of water 60 minutes before bedtime.
If variety is the spice of life, then Yoga & Fitness Passport is a veritable East Indian Trading Company. The outfit curates some of the highest reviewed fitness studios throughout both Canada and the U.S. From there, they issue passports that give exercisers a chance to jump from yoga to Zumba to pole dancing classes, all at different studios. Rather than having to navigate each gym's scheduling site, guests can find and sign up for sessions through the Yoga & Fitness Passport site. From there, folks just need to show their confirmation on a smart phone or wood etching, and it's off to the races.
immerse yourself in a community devoted to health, personal growth, and laughter for each individual who walks through our doors. Because Aledo Yoga and Nia Studio is a small space, class sizes are limited allowing every teacher to focus on you, to individualize poses for you and to meet your needs.
When Ed Norice left the United States Navy in search of a new career, he found fresh enemies to battle domestically: obesity and heart disease. He started Impressive Fitness The Jungle to combat these illnesses and give his fellow citizens a path towards healthy lifestyles.
Norice and his two instructors, Aubree and Rodney, draw from a vast repertoire of exercise styles to wage their war. TRX resistance bands force the muscles of the body to work in concert and strengthen the body from head to toe. Martial-arts skills lend a practical edge to every workout, increasing endurance and arming students with basic self-defense techniques. Outside of group classes, the trio offers personal training and nutritional consultation to help prevent clients from making unhealthy choices in their diet, such as eating a whole birthday cake and then eating the cake’s candles.
Though the term “boot camp” may conjure images of aggressive drill sergeants barking orders as their recruits struggle through grueling tasks, Fit Body Boot Camp of Pittsburgh sessions are much the opposite. Their enthusiastic trainers motivate patrons in indoor boot-camp classes, issuing positive reinforcement as they work together to burn calories and excess fat through challenging, but not defeating, exercises. Each 45-minute session is designed to promote fat loss with a varied routine of interval training that may involve weightlifting, push-ups, sit-ups, and plyometrics. Many activities require participants to band together to tackle obstacles, bolstering a sense of support and camaraderie. Instructors then lead exercisers in a cool down with stretching, leaving them more limber than a linguini noodle basking in a Jacuzzi.