Drawing from more than 20 years of experience, certified trainer Bobby Spindell doesn’t rely on intensity alone to draw calories from his clients—he also uses rest periods as a fitness tool. Recognizing that fitness is a process that occurs in phases, he motivates clients during boot camps and training classes to complete the full number of reps before giving their muscles strategic rest periods. He advises clients on how to help their bodies recover for the next workouts with low-resistance training, proper sleep, and what to eat after workouts.
Quick, quick, slow. Quick, quick, slow. It seems that every dance lesson starts the same way. Students are told, "These are the steps," "Move to the beat," and "Never breakdance on wet cement." But unwilling to settle for the minimum, Seacoast Ballroom helps dancers see beyond getting their feet to move in the right direction. Its founder, Frederick Dunn, strives to inject dancers with grace and musical expression to help them feel dance for what it is—an art form. Its classes range in difficulty from beginner to competition level, and cover a variety of ballroom styles. Solo dancers or couples can strut through a tango, shimmy their hips in salsa, or effuse elegance through the Viennese waltz.
One of the largest conservation organizations in New England, Mass Audubon cares for 34,000 acres of natural land in a network of more than 50 wildlife sanctuaries across the state. Its members receive free admission to these pacific preserves, where, alongside more than 150 endangered or threatened native species, they can breathe in Mother Nature’s perfume or have a good cry on her mossy bosom. During bird-migration season, alert gazes can capture some 300 species of sky surfer at Allens Pond on the South Coast, and visitors to Lincoln’s Drumlin Farm can re-enact Charlotte's Web with a motley band of sheep, cows, goats, and pigs.
It's not unusual for technicians from Air Scrubbers Air Duct Cleaning to find toys, bottles, and paper in vents, along with the standard debris that blocks the passages. These objects aren't typical, but they do reflect a larger need for duct maintenance. Services evict dust, allergens, and other contaminants that drag down indoor air quality and pump up cooling and heating bills.
HomeTown HouseKeeping's dexterous dirt busters whip wimpy homesteads into shape using quality products and masterful strokes. Upon entering a home, the insured and bonded crew of affable cleaners immediately set to work, waging all-out war on the dust, dirt, and grime that has taken up residence. Baseboards will shed their wintery coats, carpets will ditch their lingering dustmites, and appliances will shine like celebrity smiles. HomeTown HouseKeeping's residential cleaners utilize their own cleaning supplies for all jobs; environmentally friendly cleaning products are also available by request.