?Never follow someone up a mountain if they have not already conquered it themselves," advises wellness instructor and RCBC owner Silvia Castro. By that standard, she's well worth following when it comes to getting in shape. After shedding 160 pounds and keeping it off for seven years, Castro?also known as InStyle Silvia?is determined to help others achieve their own transformations.
RCBC's calendar is filled with boot camp classes that not only incorporate cardio and resistance training but also nutritional guidance to help clients look and feel healthier. The studio also offers Real Ryder spin classes as well as yoga, Pilates, and women's pole fitness.
At Red Carpet Boot Camps’ fitness center, trainers motivate others toward fitness through classes such as spin, yoga, and Reformer Pilates. When not in the gym, trainers lead their charges outside for 60-minute boot-camp sessions that combine everything from their classes, as well as resistance, cardio, and calisthenics. Understanding that pushing muscles to their limits is only part of the equation, Red Carpet also offers nutrition coaching.
Alliance Training Center is committed to providing a proactive, friendly environment for our members to achieve their personal goals in martial arts and physical fitness. We seek to enhance the quality of life in our community through our diverse and affordable fitness philosophy that is administered by our staff.
Extreme Fitness sets Toronto's calories ablaze at the 13 renovated, multimillion-dollar locations peppered throughout the greater suburban area. Each facility hosts a menagerie of group fitness classes, which can be taken à la carte or bundled into a gym membership. Muscles loosen up in hot-yoga classes or bulge into sinewy symbols of might in outdoor boot camps, where students soak up vitamin D or distill Capri Sun from the sun's rays. To make sure members get the most of the gym's myriad amenities, personal trainers kick off fitness journeys with their Smart Start program, taking BMI measurements and analyzing heart health and oxygen uptake to give patrons a clearer picture of how much and what types of exercise they need to hit their goals.
After working up a calorie-blasting sweat, members can retire to the steam rooms or whirlpool tubs to soothe sore muscles. The internet business lounge lets people catch up on email while sipping a rejuvenating smoothie from the juice bar, and the basketball courts host pick-up games where adults can show underdog teams of fifth-graders that it takes a little more than pluck and an adorable animal sidekick to win games.
Since 1996, Ultimate Fitness Center has been a bastion of helping patrons get in shape. In addition to fitness staples such as personal trainers, group fitness classes, and copious equipment, the center boasts an array of amenities, including an outdoor pool, a kids' play area, and a wellness center with chiropractic care, acupuncture, and massage therapy. Owner Rob Hueso and his staff are as serious about staying fit as their clients are?you can regularly see them working up a sweat at the weight machines, ready to offer words of encouragement or tips on getting the most from your workout. And if that's not enough, members can get a workout just by walking around the more than 30,000-square-foot space.
Among the sprawling grass fields of Rohr Park people jump rope, wrap trees with resistance bands and pull, do pushups, hop over prone partners, and play toss back with a heavy ball. This scenario unfolds during each of Marlon Matanza Licup's one-hour boot camps, which the certified trainer holds mornings and evenings Monday–Friday. His goal is to help people not only lose weight, but also prevent medical problems so they can be healthy and well for the ones who care about them. With his extensive knowledge in fitness, he can customize programs that help clients build endurance and improve strength and agility without resorting to stealing and wearing Samson's hairpiece. For those who require personal attention to reach their goals, Marlon also offers private one-on-one training.