After more than 25 years on the job, Scherrill McNutt knows the human body inside and out. She draws on her knowledge and experience to put clients at ease as she gently cleanses their inner nooks and crannies during colon-hydrotherapy sessions. Fully certified by the International Association of Colon Hydrotherapy (I-ACT), McNutt uses a closed-system device that washes away intestinal debris and swords swallowed during party tricks gone awry. Her compassionate bedside manner makes this process comfortable and stress free, so clients can focus their attention on the rejuvenating, restorative results.
Deadlifting equipment, squat machines, and barbells up to 200 pounds are just a few of the things you’ll spot in The HUB Gym’s renovated, multi-roomed loft space. Here, trainers help clients shape up with boot camp and prep for 5K races with an eight-week program, and blend a customized selection of exercises as they helm personalized one-on-one training sessions. In the facility's two classrooms, instructors lead a challenging combination of yoga and Pilates, as well as variations on Zumba that incorporate maraca-like toning sticks and chairs. Guests can also cool down by perusing the local art hanging in The HUB Gym's gallery.
Darrick S. Davis and his team see value in the body's ability to heal itself. In answer to drugs and surgeries, Davis cracks his knuckles and sets to work adjusting and massaging the musculature with the help of chiropractic machines. He and his team use physical tests, x-rays, and dark-field nutritional analysis to uncover the cause of maladies such as degenerative disks, sciatica, and carpal tunnel syndrome. Davis individualizes his response to findings—he always makes a different facial expression, then prescribes a course of action that may include spinal adjustments, massage, and physical therapy.
Spoke House Bicycles is all about fitting the right bike to the right cyclist, setting up cyclists with Jamis and Cannondale bikes and urban riders with BMX racers. For the tiny tots, they put them on Strider Balance bikes. For Spoke House Bicycles, cycling is for everyone and can be a family venture. To keep everyone rolling, they offer maintenance services such as tune-ups, as well as a wide range of cycling equipment such as helmets and bike shoes from Giro.
Strength BA's owners refuse to label their gym by the kind of exercises that go on; they don't stick to one regimen long enough for that kind of advertising to make sense. They train students according to the CrossFit philosophy, which transitions daily to new kinds of exercises to keep the body from becoming too used to any one form. They construct devious, grueling, back-breaking workouts, from pushing carts full of bricks through the parking lot to hefting weights anchored to the wall, a line of equipment affectionately called "death row", since it's actually a scale model of the River Styx.
At Ideal CrossFit, trainers know that the ideal way to meet fitness goals is to have a great support system. They create that with an environment where members inspire each other and trainers motivate and offer personalized attention. The CrossFit system does the rest of the work. It’s based off of Olympic-style lifting, mixed with a variety of cardio training and equipment. All the exercises use functional movements, which readies charges for all varieties of physical activities, from the athletic to the quotidian. Since Ideal CrossFit changes the workouts daily, they also keep everyone on track by avoiding the boredom of repetition.
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