Results Personal Training enlists certified male and female trainers to piece together personalized fitness and nutrition plans that target time-specific fitness goals and allow for anytime onsite access. When paired with a client, each trainer crafts a program geared toward desired results—such as muscle gain or weight loss—and an ultimate end date, which can correspond with upcoming weddings or long-awaited preschool reunions. One-hour workout sessions then draw on an armory of free weights and Pilates balls to activate different muscle groups and prevent bodies from adapting to the routine. With trainers always on standby, clients can walk in on the hour to start a training program without an appointment and report to the center an unlimited number of times per week.
Before each patron’s first workout, an on-staff nutritionist outlines a healthy meal plan customized to his or her needs. Each menu includes the amount of calories that they should consume per meal and day, a list of foods that rev up metabolisms, and arguments to convince tomatoes that they are vegetables. Clients can visit their nutritionists at any point during their membership, and weekly analyses of their progress ensure that they are staying well on track to meet their health objectives.
Cooke's Carpet Cleaning Service cleaned its first dirty floor more than 30 years ago. Since then, its professionally trained techs have steam cleaned the carpets, pressure washed the exteriors, and maintained the air ducts of thousands of homes. With a resumè that long, one might think that owner Anthony Cooke would have hung up his cleaning supplies long ago. But he still tags along and does work on every job. He also believes in completing each job to its fullest. Without charging any extra fees, Mr. Cooke and his techs dispense enzymes for when pets leave odors and optic brighteners for when pets spill their morning coffee.
The recently renovated Landmark Skate and Fun Center offers families a cornucopia of indoor activities inside an air-conditioned entertainment emporium. A skating ring sets the stage for jaw-dropping pirouettes during open-skate sessions and private events. Hands and eyes concentrate their efforts against automated enemies in the arcade area, and a techno-dance area lets feet showcase their rhythmic floor-touching skills. For kids, the play zone boasts a series of super slides and a balloon room, where children can safely bounce around without fear of sailing off into space.
The Name Dropper swaddles babies in clothing and footwear, while Storkland supplies pintsize furniture, car seats, and strollers. Together, the side-by-side sister stores outfit babies for playtime, naptime, and small-claims court trials. Top tots off with a selection of bows ($4–$12) or dress them in brand-name duds ($20–$70) from Bailey Boys, Vineyard Vines, and Kissy Kissy. Little piggies stay comfortable in an assortment of sandals ($26–$40) or Crocs ($24.95), while pint-sized rockers ($60) lull wee ones to sleep faster than a six-part miniseries on solid foods. Storkland and The Name Dropper's obliging staff can also help parental units find a bevy of dolls and toys to entertain developing brains.
Modern Cleaners’ professional garment buffers put the pleasure of unsullied outfits back in tantalizing reach with the power of their waterless refurbishing techniques. Let the full-service staff expurgate stains from various fabrics, outfits, and sentient suits of armor, restoring everything from a queenly two-piece dress ($14.50) to a sleeping king’s plush comforter ($24). Pants, skirts, and blouses ($5.25 each) need no longer live in terror of the spin cycle, and dapper three-piece suits ($14.50) and formal gowns ($22+) can recover their unpolluted aura of elegance from the grimy clutches of last call. Efficient same-day service for garments in by 9 a.m. ensures that all clean-pressed orders return promptly and in impeccable form. Modern Cleaners also restores garments hit by nature’s wrath, fixing up couture infused with smoke, drenched by floods, or dissolved by Melf’s Acid Arrow during last week’s LARP session.
Backed by a decade of experience, The Groundskeeper's owner Jeff Hendrix dispatches and oversees fully licensed and insured crews to tidy homes' leafy parlors. Lawn rangers will rove over up to half an acre of grass with their hungry mowers before cuddling up to fences, flower beds, and driveways with string trimmers. Then, they'll edge around pathways, ensuring that wayward weeds don't start spelling out rude messages on sidewalks, and blow away any mower residue, debris, or leaves for a span of flawless verdure.