Though its title may conjure up images of base jumping or spelunking in volcanoes, Xtreme Sports challenges its members to tackle standard recreational activities with intensity. But its coaches and trainers also know that sports and physical activity should be fun, so whether their charges are shimmying to Latin rhythms in a Zumba class, improving athletic prowess during athlete boot camp, or honing teamwork skills during summer camp, they are getting positive reinforcement. This helps the instructors lead both adults and children toward their individual goals of losing weight, improving agility, or bench-pressing family members.
Against the gym's industrial backdrop of red, white, and black, students at CrossFit Clayton hoist and grapple with a stock of functional training equipment?including kettlebells, climbing ropes, pull-up bars, and barbells?to conquer the ever-changing Workout of the Day. Believers that ?everyone is an athlete,? certified CrossFit Level 1 instructors channel their former careers as sports players to motivate students through sweat-inducing tapestries that combine fitness modalities such as weightlifting and gymnastics. Aiming for optimal fitness in every aspect, they also offer nutrition guidance.
CrossFit Garner's team mixes and matches cardio, gymnastic, resistance, and weightlifting exercises to achieve optimal fitness results. Those exercises feature functional movements performed at a high intensity, preparing participants to face any kind of physical activity safely and skillfully. To keep clients motivated, trainers change routines daily and scale workouts to suit each individual. Trainers also ease everyone into workouts with warmups and ease out of them with cool-down sessions.
No Girls Allowed. It’s sign often seen on boys’ treehouses and a feeling women often get at the gym. Ladies Fitness & Wellness aims to wipe away those feelings of unease by cultivating a supportive women-only environment where all ages and sizes can achieve their fitness goals during group classes or on modern cardio equipment and free weights. The more than 35 types of fitness classes include kettlebell, jump rope, yoga, Pilates, and Zumba. All of them keep heart rates up as women bond over the experience.
Bridal Bootcamp gives women a customized fitness program including personal-training sessions, meal plans, and weekly fitness coaching to help brides-to-be feel confident in their dresses and double backflip into their reception.
Most clients come to us because they have struggled to stick to and or develop a safe, effective exercise program. At Personally Fit we want to help you overcome the obstacles, excuses and habits that have kept you from getting results. Clients need to learn what gets results.