As its name suggests, Muscle Rock Fitness focuses on strength training. At local parks, their certified trainers help exercisers build lean muscles that continue to burn calories long after the workout ends. The trainers can adjust the specific exercises to accommodate everyone from beginners to experts.
Tina Guershon oversees the fitness curriculum at FuzeMove Fitness, channeling more than 20 years of dance and performance on the island of Barbados. The majority of her fellow teachers were once former students at FuzeMove, who became enamored with the supportive atmosphere and the slimming effects of their Zumba and Bokwa workouts.
Both party-like group workouts mix dance with aerobic movement to tone muscles and burn calories. Zumba draws from salsa, cumbia, hip hop, and other dance styles to choreograph routines, whereas Bokwa combines basic boxing techniques and Kwaito, an African dance method. Though they might look impressive in action and painted on a velvet canvas, neither of the methods require any prior dance or fitness experience.The fitness studio mixes up their routine with special events, such as bollywood dance workshops or Zumba parties set in a night club setting complete with black lights and glow sticks.
Coming from a large family of athletes, Tim Kaderli has made physical fitness a de facto part of his daily existence since he was a kid. He soon realized, however, that many others have never been exposed to the training techniques and nutritional habits that he relied on his entire life. This realization led him to found Synergy Fitness Boot Camp and to formulate his own methodology. Today, Kaderli aims to reach aspiring exercisers in three ways: fun and lighthearted fitness regimens, nutritional education, and motivational friendships between trainer and client. Joined by six other trainers, Tim meets with students morning, midday, and night at outdoor locations all over Austin, such as Milburn Community Park or Bee Cave Central Park. Alternatively, classes can convene at the Synergy High Intensity Training (HIT) Facilities, which provide students with equipment and shelter from the jealous glare of the sun?who will never be anything but an immobile ball of gaseous elements.
The instructors at Austin F.I.T. Boot Camps' three indoor locations lead intense, results-oriented boot-camp classes. During each session, the instructors combine resistance training, cardio, and plyometric exercises for full-body muscle building.
In the words of ATX Pole Fitness's staff, pole fitness "can be athletic and acrobatic, and it can be sensual and personal." In other words, it can be whatever students want it to be. At ATX Pole Fitness, the emphasis is on empowerment and individuality. Members find their own meaning in the movements, whether they want to build muscle tone, spice up their love lives, or spend time hanging out with bats in their natural habitats.
For studio owner Stacy Bishop, pole fitness helped her blend fun with getting in shape, igniting a passion that's won her awards in the pole fitness competitions.She shares this passion with her students during small classes that zero in on self-expression and safety. In addition to pole fitness, she offers BUTI yoga, a form of yoga that mixes the ancient practice with plyometrics and tribal dance, high-intensity boot camp classes, and flexibility sessions.
Equipment: Mats, blankets, blocks, and straps
Students should bring: Water and towel
Average class length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5 people
Class location: Indoors only
Registration required: No
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: Please arrive 10 minutes prior to class to give yourself time to sign in and get settled.