Equipment: Resistance balls, light weights, and a barre
Students should bring: Class is done in bare feet or with ballet slippers; a water bottle.
Registration required: No
Good for beginners: Yes
Average class length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5 people
Class location: Indoors only
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: Attend class regularly for optimal results.
Owner and certified fitness trainer, Scott York, leads constantly changing, high-energy boot-camp classes that were featured in Austin Fit Magazine. After stretching and a dynamic movement warm-up, bodies are kept guessing with activities that vary with each class. Participants (no more than 20/class) swing kettlebells, lift free weights, toss medicine balls, and dangle from gymnast rings in a 45- to 60-minute workout session that can burn roughly 500+ calories or the exact amount of nervous energy needed to fail a driver’s test. The early-morning sessions strengthen muscles and minds with positive energy throughout the day, with Scott encouraging exercisers to always work out within their comfort zone. FullForceFitness recommends that clients bring water, tennis shoes, health and consent forms, and a large beach-type towel for floor exercises.
Powerful weight lifters and personal trainers. USA weightlifting sports performance coaches. Black-belt jiu jitsu instructors. Quick boxing coaches. The crew at Pinnacle Training Center reflects the center's diverse offerings, which helped land them on Austin Fit's readers poll several years running. There are boot-camp classes, which incorporate a wide array of exercises, from squats to push ups and box jumps. The jiu jitsu classes do teach self defense, but they also include a serious workout, and kids will pick up valuable lessons about discipline and confidence in a handful of kid-friendly sessions. The busy sounds of fists against heavy bags, clacking weights, and happily exhausted sighs reverberate off the gym's high ceilings as patrons of all walks of life work towards fitness in sessions like those.
Instructors train at local facilities such as Eagle Peak Shooting Range and Astro Shooting Range.
Asgard National Training Group doesn't typically rent firearms, though a small selection of rental pistols are available.
The instructors at Asgard National Training Group come from military backgrounds including time spent in the British armed forces, the US Marine Corps, and the US Air Force. Along with their instructor certifications, this experience gives them the expertise to teach dozens of topics, including firearm classes in handguns, shotguns, and carbine rifles. Other sessions focus on medical skills such as First Aid and navigational skills such as map reading.
The up-tempo workouts at 9Round accomplish a lot in just 30 minutes. With nine unique stations to complete, you'll arrive at a complete body workout, doing everything from strength building with kettlebells to whooping on 100-pound heavy bags to blasting your core. Talented, motivating trainers will keep you focused and maximize your minutes in the gym.
Led by head instructor Gary A. Schill, who has 37 years of martial-arts experience, Peak Performance Training Center instills life skills and strength in fitness-hungry students. A cadre of MMA programs spans martial arts from A to Z—from the ground-fighting smarts of Gracie jiujitsu to the elbows- and knees-focused training of muay thai—and the Full Body Fitness program includes personal training, boot camps, sport-specific training, olympic weight lifting, and yoga.