Bare bones aptly describes CrossFit UnHinged's gym. Rigs, squat racks, medicine balls, and other manually operated fitness equipment fills the space. It's just how the trainers want it, as the focus is on functional movements and not machines. By performing functional-movement exercises at a high intensity, they enhance power, speed, and agility. Those exercises feature a mix of Olympic weightlifting, gymnastics, cardio, and body-weight resistance training, scalable to each exerciser's fitness level. By mixing up the exercises, they prep class members for all physical challenges, be it sports, work, or Double Dare. To ensure workouts don't become routine, they change them daily, and to ensure newbies can quickly join in the challenges, the trainers offer a fundamentals course that instills the basics of CrossFit.
The certified instructors at Fitness Fusion recognize that each approach to exercise—whether it's yoga, strength training, or Pilates—has its own unique benefits. As such, their curriculum blends a broad range of styles, allowing guests to customize their workout regimens to their own taste. In addition to conventional one-on-one training and group classes, the studio offers small-group personal training for three to five people, offering the close attention of personal training at a lower cost.
Students should bring: Water, sweat towel
Registration required: Yes
Good for beginners: Yes
Average class length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5 people
Class location: Indoors only
Guests allowed: No
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: Our school is a no-judgment, professionally staffed certified facility.
We are a hatha yoga studio serving the East Bay Community of Rhode Island. The studio came into being as an offering to the community, and three years later, that core value of our studio continues! The mission of Bristol Yoga Studio is to bring more yoga to more people.
All four Total Fitness locations hold a variety of up-to-date fitness equipment and more than 25 energetically instructed classes. From cardio-kickboxing and spinning to Pilates and strength training, the fitness curriculum readies muscles and cardio systems to take on new challenges, such as running a marathon at the bottom of the ocean. Aspiring Zumbalinas can opt for Zumba classes to learn Latin dance moves; time-hindered humans can choose the power half-hour class, a core strengthening and high intensity cardio blast that burns calories like a flaming donut; and those in search of motivation can take boot camp, which comes complete with a military-esque instructor.