The instructors at United Elite MMA preach a well-rounded approach to physical and mental fitness. Inside their 5,000-square-foot facility, pupils of all ages learn MMA, Brazilian jujitsu, wrestling, and boxing in a manner that simultaneously builds skills for strength training, conditioning, and self-defense. Participants benefit from the use of a full-size MMA cage, a full-size boxing ring, and 1,500 square feet of mats.
Nicholas Patrick has nearly a decade of experience as a personal trainer under his belt, but it's his training as a Marine Corps sergeant that help give classes at Corps Fitness Midwest an extra bit of discipline and intensity. Marine Corps techniques influence the group boot-camp and mini-boot-camp classes. Participants hoist kettlebells and lift weights as trainers provide motivation.
In addition to attentive personal-training sessions, the fitness center offers partner training that clients can participate in with a significant other or sentient Teddy Ruxpin. Athletes can take advantage of athletic-development training that helps hone endurance and focus through speed drills, strength training, and plyometrics.
Edgar Torres, the owner of Out of Body Fitness, draws on clinical studies and multiple fitness disciplines to help his clients achieve their fitness goals. They team up with South Elgin Budokan to offer mixed martial arts taught by MMA experts and real UFC fighters. Out of Body Fitness also specializes in private training, boot camps, and fitness classes the blend principles of yoga, kettlebell training, and Olympic weightlifting.
At MaxxResultsBootcamp, you?ll never feel alone in your journey toward a fitter lifestyle. A team of experienced and friendly instructors leads groups of like-minded fit-seekers who encourage one another to tear through the circuit-style boot-camp classes, dedicated to helping its participants burn fat and build lean muscle rapidly. Each high-intensity session targets all the muscle groups with a different regimen, for example, one day, patrons might heave kettlebells and push racks of weights, and the next, they might hurl medicine balls and ride stationary bikes. Though the drills are constantly varied, the sessions always incorporate a balance of cardio drills, weight training, and core strengthening movements designed to amp up your metabolism without resorting to blackmailing it. Further motivating guests to healthier lifestyles, the trainers provide customized nutrition plans and advice.
A good kettlebell swing engages the arms, core, and legs in a single action, not only strengthening them, but teaching them to work together. It's from this idea that Bob Garon takes his business's name: Synergy Kettlebell Training. At each of his four locations, he helps muscles synergize with new and different kettlebell regimens every day—instead of isolating specific body parts—usually themed around a specific workout principle that changes every two weeks. Each class lasts 30–45 minutes, the same amount of time it took the kettlebell's creator to come up with a name for his invention.
Former San Francisco 49er Anthony Parker knows exactly what it takes to compete and train at the highest level. That’s the experience he brings to his results-driven boot-camp classes. Participants reach new fitness goals during classes that blend NFL-style conditioning drills with activities such as kickboxing, circuit training, dance, and fitness games.