Gyms in East Hanover


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  • Eric Moss Fitness
    Eric Moss can identify with his clients, because he too went through a transformation using a 12-week program to achieve the ripped physique that he maintains to this day. Along with Jill?who is affectionately dubbed The ?Jill? Sergeant?he leads group boot-camp and personal-training sessions that focus on the StrongFirst method of physical fitness. This unique approach uses kettlebell and body-weight exercises to help clients achieve their optimal strength levels while also working to help shed pounds and burn fat.
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    82 Bloomfield Ave
    Pinebrook, NJ US
  • AB-Solute Personal Training
    Equipment: Free weights, Smith machines, tires, battle ropes, Jacobs ladder, etc. Students should bring: Bottle of water, towel, ENERGY. Average class length: 60 minutes Number of Staff: 1?5 people Class location: Indoors only Registration required: No Good for beginners: Yes Guests allowed: Yes Parking: Parking lot Pro Tip: Nobody will judge you. Clean and a friendly staff. width=
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    8 East Frederick Place
    Hanover, NJ US
  • Pinnacle Athletic Development
    Multi-sport training facility staffed by experienced coaches Various group classes include strength training, speed and agility training, and adult fitness bootcamps Wrestling mats, cardio equipment, and turf provide year-round, sport-specific training A professional weight room, climbing ropes, and plyometric equipment foster full-body conditioning
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    915 Edwards Rd.
    Parsippany Troy Hills, NJ US
  • Inner Spirit Studio
    Wide windows flank one wall of Inner Spirit Studio’s 2,500-square-foot facility, and floor-to-ceiling mirrors flank the other. In this airy, light-filled space, instructors lead students through hot-yoga and Pilates routines. The studio contains locker rooms for men and women, complete with private shower stalls.
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    190 Highway 10 W
    Whippany, NJ US
  • My Gym North Jersey
    My Gym, which currently has more than 200 international locations, was founded more than 20 years ago as a structured place for children to safely play, acquire new skills, and romp off a sugar buzz. Tots as young as 6 weeks can take a month or two of weekly classes, all designed to incorporate the latest physiological, psychological, and meteorological research. One-hour Waddlers sessions for babies and parents introduce tots aged 14–22 months to mobility, agility, and social skills as they build block towers and participate in puppet shows. Other classes include Tiny Tykes, a class for parents and babies that focuses on movement, as well as Mighty Mites and Whiz Kids, classes for more independently mobile children aimed at mastering motor skills to build strength, balance, and agility. For older kids, independent gym classes such as Champions and Cardionastics build self-esteem, fitness skills, and muscles for future speed-texting showdowns. My Gym's energetic instructors are experts at using music, dance, and gymnastics to develop youngsters' strength while stimulating their giggle-plexes—carving out a place for creativity and face-to-face engagement in the face of technological temptations and giant robotic faces.
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    286 U.S. 46
    Parsippany Troy Hills, NJ US
  • Raise The Bar Fit Club
    Gymnastic rings, wooden crates, kettle bells, and climbable structures dominate the spacious interior of Raise the Bar Fit Club. Bordered by white cinderblocks, a black floor striped with sunlight, and a white board that tracks reps, this facility provides the perfect proving ground for certified CrossFit trainers eager to challenge trainees during intense workouts. Group fitness is the specialty here. Instead of offering classes in dozens of disciplines, the club adheres to a single program: its own signature workout. Incorporating workouts as varied as weightlifting, gymnastics, and trophy-polishing, the program can be tailored to be as demanding or newbie-friendly as possible. Each engaging workout includes modifiable, personalized exercises to prepare the body for everyday physical challenges. Exercises often include tire dragging and flipping, rope climbing, and sledgehammer swinging. Before getting started with this program, trainees are encouraged to attend one of the club's Start Up sessions. During these initial meetings, trainer demonstrate the techniques used in Raise the Bar workouts, such as squats and deadlifts. "We are not about mirrors and headphones," proudly declares the mission statement; instead, student embrace ideals including the pursuit of health, personal accountability, and forging friendships that will last a lifetime.
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    8 Littell Road
    East Hanover, NJ US

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