Sandbags and tractors tires. They're not the likeliest pieces of exercise equipment, but the trainers at CrossFit Webster know using them requires functional motions. Also, hefting, hauling, and flipping such unconventional items is good fun. Functional movements, and fun, are the core of CrossFit. The system inspires students to perform functional movements at a high intensity while using basic equipment and their own body weight. Each daily workout consists of a wide variety of exercises that sculpt muscles throughout the entire body. Changing exercises each day also keeps workouts fresh while avoiding the boredom of repetition. CrossFit is a very adaptable program, too, allowing trainers to tailor routines to anyone's individual fitness level. To keep things fun and to fuel the fire of competition, CrossFit Webster's team even periodically organizes a sort of CrossFit Olympics called Garage Games.
The trainers at CrossFit Every Second Counts lead classes through a series of constantly varied, functional movement exercises that prep for all physical activities. Located within the Parisi Speed School in Village Sports, they employ equipment such as weights, medicine balls, and weighted sleds as well as the indoor track. Besides daily workouts, they also organize high-intensity boot camps designed for all fitness levels looking to get in shape quickly and burn some calories.
The certified personal trainers at VIP Fit Club believe that fitness is a lifestyle and work to help their clients improve their quality of their lives. During Get Fit boot camps that run six days per week, exercise denizens pace through intense workouts using tires, medicine balls, weights, and ropes. VIP Fit Club helps people burn calories and build lean muscle effectively. Nutritional coaching also helps clients on their journey toward health and wellness.
Students at wellBeing never fight for floor space, and they never need to shout for an instructor's attention. That's because the fitness gurus' boot-camp, yoga, and cardio-kickboxing classes are comprised of small, manageable groups. During workouts, they devote their attention to each individual, assisting with proper form and keeping students motivated with upbeat attitudes.
The classes at FitClass Studio—which are led by certified trainers—are always an hour, but are never the same. The workouts are designed to mix cardio, strength training, and flexibility with effective techniques from popular modern workouts such as boot camp, kickboxing, plyometrics, Pilates, and yoga. FitClass Studio also has nutritionists that can design diet programs to help clients achieve their results.
In "Understanding CrossFit," founder Greg Glassman says CrossFit?s ?specialty is not specializing.? Flower City CrossFit's dedicated instructors certainly follow that philosophy, providing their members with a slew of constantly changing exercises that incorporate everything from bootcamp?style cardio and body-weight routines to Olympic lifting, climbing, throwing, and basic tumbling. Classes are held multiple times per day, and might feature the Workout of the Day, focus on athletes prepping for the CrossFit Games, or help children prepare to face another week of extreme recess. But exercisers will rarely see the same workout twice. In fact, some classes introduce completely new techniques, such as self-defense seminars, dodge-ball tournaments, or the occasional Barbells for Boobs event, which supports low-income and uninsured women in need of breast-cancer prevention screenings.