Gyms in Delray Beach


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  • Stroller Mommy N Me
    Stroller Mommy N Me helps moms regain their pre-pregnancy fitness levels while giving their babies and toddlers a healthy dose of fresh air. Groups of moms push strollers, jog, and practice strength training with coaching from a certified fitness trainer April Markee. The result is a cardio workout for all fitness levels that helps burn calories and build lean muscle.
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    802 Northeast 1st Street
    Delray Beach, FL US
  • One2One Personal Training
    New Jersey powerlifting champion Michael Sampona is the sole trainer at One2One Personal Training. He has complete control over the way personal training is done—and it's different for each of his clients. Michael tailors workout plans to their goals and needs, from the techniques he uses to the locations, which can be in the comfort of their own living rooms or castle turrets.
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    Delray Beach, FL US
  • Zumba Fitness with Ailton Andrade
    Ailton Andrade got in on the ground floor of Zumba. He danced right alongside Zumba's inventor, Beto Perez, a decade ago in Italy. He also helped bring the Latin fitness craze to Brazil, an experience that shows in his passion and energy in the Zumba fitness classes he teaches today in the United States.
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    5195-I West Atlantic Ave
    Delray Beach, FL US
  • The Gym 111
    A multi-faceted gym and innovative training facility, The Gym 111 offers all that you'd expect from a gym, including treadmills, free weights, fitness studios, and classes designed to improve everything from your golf swing to your overall quality of life. However, its features expand far beyond basic exercise, starting with its impressive staff members who each possess a bachelor’s degree and national personal-training certification. Despite their comparable credentials, trainers Errol, Bill, Ashley, Brandon, and Jay are hardly interchangeable. For instance, tennis professional Brandon leads the gym’s sport-specific and functional clinics, helping clients improve everything from their tennis serve to their overall fitness. Since not every gym member has a sports-related goal in mind, The Gym 111 also offers personal training and a full schedule of original group fitness classes designed to improve both cardio and strength training amid a fun and supportive environment.
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    111 E Atlantic Ave.
    Delray Beach, FL US
  • Dirt Fitness
    Dirt Fitness owner Kelli Musa designed the signature workout at Dirt, which has been mentioned by outlets such as the Palm Beach Post, the Boca Raton Observer, and NBC 6. Fusing elements of cardio and strength training, the 40-minute Dirty 40 sessions gather groups of students to burn up to 700 calories, which is equivalent to a hamburger's entire weekly income. Instructors also lead Vinyasa yoga classes, isometric barre fitness classes, and Hot Barre classes in a 90-degree room. Certified trainers even supervise open-gym sessions, allowing students to pursue extracurricular fitness on their own. Dirt Fitness recently expanded with the opening of it newest location in Boca Raton which features an 8000 sq. ft. fitness studio.
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    310 NE 4th St.
    Delray Beach, FL US
  • Latitude Shopping Center
    Unlike traditional gyms that take a laissez-faire approach to fitness, letting clients fumble through their own workouts, Orangetheory leads exercisers in innovative personal group-training sessions that run through four distinct steps. Inside the warm, citrus glow of each facility, dozens of treadmills, rowing machines, free-weight sets, and Trx suspension systems await the next interval changeover. Music sends electric currents of energy through the atmosphere as patrons sweat out calories, and personal trainers patrol the aisles, giving pointers for touching up form and blinking out motivational words in Morse code. Clients keep an eye on their heart-rate readouts to ensure they're in the peak range for burning fat and building muscle. After an hour?during which guests complete a 10- to 30-minute interval at each of the four stations?the "orange effect" sets in and jump-starts metabolisms, possibly for days after the workout has ended. Orangetheory Fitness has been highlighted in the New York Times for its seminal workout plan, which was designed by Florida fitness expert Ellen Latham to help people to turn their workout plateaus into springboards. With more than 50 classes per week at each location, members can capitalize on the gym's personal-training vibe and stimulating group setting at their leisure.
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    3100 South Federal Highway
    Delray Beach, FL US
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