Former NFL linebacker Pat Thomas leads groups through intense workouts either inside or outside. He changes the routines of his boot camp daily to ensure no muscles get too comfy in one exercise, and uses group camaraderie to motivate guests. Pat supplements his boot camp with nutritional guidance and diet plans, as well as workout and stretching routines for off days. He also helps athletes develop skills necessary for specific sports with sports conditioning and works with participants in private during personal-training sessions.
Owner Deborah Conyers dedicates her spa to total-body relaxation, offering personalized massages and herb-enhanced skincare services. Therapists customize the massage menu to each individual's particular needs, soothing pinched nerves or vestigial wings with gentle kneading techniques, the application of deep pressure, or strokes that work to repair aching musculature after injuries or strains.
The salon’s aestheticians are well versed in the methods of reviving dry or aging complexions, drawing on an arsenal of anti-aging microcurrent technology, skin-resurfacing treatments, and a menu of facials and peels to address skin imperfections. Manicures and acupuncture treatments fill out the spa’s skin-centric service menu, working to deepen relaxation and help needles to get over their fear of humans.
CrossFit 428's dedicated trainers, Jethrie, Tony, and Ken, strive to help clients of all shapes and sizes?from stay-at-home moms to competitive athletes?achieve their personal fitness goals through dynamic workouts. Unlike other weight-lifting or cardio exercises, the CrossFit method builds strength using functional movements people perform on a daily basis, such as squatting, reaching, and running away from the guy who's running away from the cops. During the one-hour workouts, participants work to perfect 10 areas of physical skill, which include cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, power, and agility. The staff also provides nutritional guidance to augment the process of becoming fitter.
Certified personal trainer, Carrie Kukuda, pulls from her own weight-loss and exercise trials when coaching her students through kettlebell, boot-camp, or personal-training sessions. Her 45- to 60-minute boot-camp sessions motivate exercisers through kettlebell training, TRX resistance work, running, and yoga moves to tone muscles and jump-start heart rates. In addition to exercise, nutrition guidance leads patrons in slimming down with heart-healthy and energizing meals that eschew bacon-wrapped donuts stuffed in bacon-wrapped donuts. Throughout all programs, Carrie inspires participants to soldier on with endless positive motivation and fitness tips for all types of students.
The highly trained therapists at A Touch of Wellness rejuvenate bodies and relieve deep-tissue pains with 30-minute therapeutic massages. During each treatment, licensed body kneaders combine myofacial release, neuromuscular therapy, stretching and other massage techniques to undulate muscles with light and deep pressure, which alleviates deep-seated ailments and transforms unused body carbon into diamonds. With every soothing and elongating stroke, body tension will erode and muscle function will be stimulated, prompting normal posture-maintaining strength and stretchiness. Treating patrons to the most in-vogue of treatments, A Touch of Wellness stays up-to-date on current and new massage techniques and medical fashion trends.
BCOR bridges the gap between gym membership and personal training. Choose your intensity level (Beginner, Intermediate, or Advanced.) Just show up, we'll entertain you and you'll burn 500-1,000 calories per hour.