Director Michael Jasecki, a champion dancer from Poland, leads a team of professional instructors who teach a host of dance styles. Classes at Bradenton Dance Center, which has been open since 1994, range from waltz, salsa, and swing sessions to lessons focused on romantic couples' dances.
City Fitness gets bodies into superlative shape with 7,000 square feet of fully equipped facilities staffed by experienced trainers. With the one-month membership, workers-out have unlimited access to the gym, allowing busy fitness junkies to fit muscle-punishing regimens into packed corporate schedules and unpredictable hours working as gopher-whisperers. The gym itself lures deltoids, gluteals, and trapezoids with all manner of resistance and cardio machines, facilitating weight-loss and muscle gain, and ensuring minimal wait times for machines. Boasting more than 100 years of combined fitness experience, the center's personal trainers, including professional body builders, college athletes, and martial-arts experts, assist health-seekers in crafting a regimen tailored to a wide range of individual fitness goals. In addition to workout guidance, the trainers offer adroit advice on nutrition, lifestyle, and appropriate dress for a morning wedding.
Fun, affordable small group training that gets phenomenal results! Drop 6-10 lbs. in a month and add new muscle tone. You will make new friends, feel energized after every session, and feel great about your body. The instructors and other campers will keep you motivated. Class is part indoor, part outdoor.
Doing the same exercise routine over and over again bores the mind as much as it does the muscles. Mental fatigue sets in, and worse, the body becomes accustomed to the regimen and progress wanes. The instructors at BestFit Fitness know the body needs variety to grow faster and stronger, which is why they developed their BestFit system. The instructors send shockwaves through bored muscles with 50 weeks of different full-body workouts. Though each week's 30- to 45-minute routine hones endurance, strength, power, and core fitness, they are never identical. One week, patrons might take on invisible opponents with kickboxing strikes, and the next, they might heave kettlebells until they reveal their darkest secrets.
The signature regime welcomes all levels of fitness, as do their alternative classes such as CrossFit, a dynamic patchwork of high-intensity conditioning techniques. In TRX suspension training, patrons face off against their own body weight as they perform exercises while dangling from resistance bands.
At Shapes Total Fitness for Women, the instructors strive to make working out as easy and fun as possible. That's why?in addition to providing access to free weights and cardio machines?they host more than 67 group training sessions per week, with options ranging from yoga to indoor cycling. That way, clients can get in shape using whatever means work best for them. Some of the eclectic classes have zero impact on joints, too?specifically the ones in the on-site pool. These include 45-minute water cardio classes and versatile aqua aerobics sessions, which are ideal for athletes with arthritis and other special needs. The most completely flexible workouts at the gym, however, are the personal training sessions. The one-on-one workouts are designed purely around the client's goals, whether she wants to lose weight or grow strong enough to carry her favorite dumbbell home with her.
The word yoga finds its origins in the Sankskrit word "yuj," meaning to yolk or bring together. That philosophy drives the practitioners at Three in One Yoga, who take the name of their business from their desire to unite mind, body, and spirit. To do so, they take a broad view of yogic traditions, combining the modern amenity of heated room with the older tradition of vinyasa yoga. While combining breath and movement to flow through postures, they group meditates on a particular subject, sometimes secularly chosen from yogic philosophy, or sometimes embodied by a passage of biblical scripture shared at the beginning of class.