Pro-Fit Gym founder and athletic-development coach Aaron Larmore, whose clients have included a world-champion boxer and three professional baseball players, forges performance-enhancing programs for adults and young sports enthusiasts. Aaron's fitness values stem from his time at the Russian Kettlebell Challenges and the International Youth Conditioning Association. His belief in motivating patrons through camaraderie and goal-based exercise plans created a community centered around high-energy, engaging workouts. Alongside his wife and Pro-Fit's credentialed coaches, Aaron oversees preseason athletic camps, adult fitness classes, and personal-training sessions that push patrons toward their physical peaks. Furthering patrons' general wellness, custom nutrition plans team up with gym routines, and one-on-one assessments with personal fitness coaches ensure that guests aren't sending a scarecrow stunt double to class. Pro-Fit's specialized training days can also prime participants for mainstream races, including the Tough Mudder, Warrior Dash, and Spartan Race.
Since launching their flagship 10-week program in 2001, the instructors at Farrell’s eXtreme Bodyshaping have spurred more than 35,000 trainees across 42 locations toward their weight-loss goals. Classes burn fat and build lean muscle with fitness kickboxing and muscle-building with anaerobic bands. Coaches support trainees with a nutrition plan that breaks up food intake into six daily meals, increasing sustaining bodily energy and a sense of déjà vu. The founders of Farrell’s eXtreme Bodybuilding are so confident in their program that they offer a money-back guarantee for those dissatisfied with their results.
Rachel, the eponymous owner of Rachel Klapper Movement Arts, grew up in a family that valued artistic expression. Her parents encourage her to pursue her passion for dance as a child, but, in time, her life turned away from the performing arts. Until she discovered BeMoved dance fitness. The exercise system rekindled her dormant love of dance, and, as she says, restored a part of herself she felt was missing. Rachel became an Artistry BeMoved certified instructor, licensed by the program's founder to teach all 16 styles of dance encompassed by the workout. She mixes and matches these styles to keep things fresh and exciting for regular attendees, and even combines dance fitness with yoga, something she's been practicing since 1997 and teaching since 2007, the year touching your toes was finally decriminalized.
CrossFit Philia pushes its clients toward whole-body health and well-being with a training regimen that's designed to challenge students regardless of their age, ability, or fitness level. CrossFit workouts combine functional exercises such as weightlifting, gymnastics, and cardio work into each 60-minute session, improving strength, stamina, flexibility, speed, and agility. Although every person will be performing the same exercises during class, individuals can tailor the load and intensity of each exercise to a challenging yet appropriate level of difficulty. Safety is a paramount concern at the gym, so the coaches monitor each person's form and technique, breaking bad habits that can increase the risk of injury. Aside from CrossFit, the gym also hosts indoor cycling classes designed to get pulses racing.
Kosama is all about personal fitness training in a group setting. Believing that nutrition, muscle confusion, and personal consultations are the elements that bring fitness success, Kosama certified trainers teach energetic and motivating classes. Every day brings a different workout, and clients train in kettlebells, plyometrics, kickboxing, suspension- and core training as they burn calories and gain lean muscle.