At Studio Physique we believe in “TEAM,” Together Everyone Accomplishes More . We provide our clients with a fitness experience that is unique, challenging, safe and yet never boring. Regardless of age or fitness ability, we believe that milestones are achieved through hard work, dedication and commitment.
The creator and owner of The Fit Factor, wants her clients to be excited to get out of bed in the morning. By teaching inventive fitness classes, she and her friendly staff of certified personal trainers and instructors help students get toned muscles and tap into their personal reserves of unlimited energy. All classes are semi-private and come with a free fitness assessment.There's The 50 Minute Factor, a 50-minute circuit training class that's packed with intense cardio and strength training moves, and there's the No Holds Barre Pilates Fitness class, a low-impact class that fuses mat Pilates moves and ballet barre techniques. Students can come in for a one-on-one session with a personal trainer or drop in on a Fit Factor Fight Club class, a cardio boxing session designed to leave muscles strong. The Fit Factor hosts such training in a sunlit, wood-floored space full of supportive and social energy from instructors and students alike.
Natural light floods into ATP Specific Training’s recently remodeled studio, illuminating training equipment such as barbells, yoga balls, and Pilates Reformers. Members of the fitness staff, including exercise-video star and co-owner Tracey Mallett, help clients increase endurance and lose weight during innovative group classes. Available classes include Booty Barre and Indo-Row, a workout that captures all the elements of on-water rowing, as well as a circuit-style session that combines both classes. In addition to fitness classes, a physical-therapy staff blends manual techniques, modalities, and exercises to treat clients with sports-related injuries, poor balance, and post-pregnancy pain.
At Fortanasce & Associates Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Center, an experienced team of doctors of physical therapy, exercise scientists, and massage therapists help clients get into the best shape of their lives. The 11,000 square-foot facility works with the young, old, injured, or healthy through services such as physical and occupational therapy, personal training and Pilates, and industrial rehabilitation. An onsite, in-ground pool lets clients to exercise without stressing their joints, catering to the elderly as well as pregnant women who want to alleviate back pain and teach their babies to speak to fish. A troupe of massage therapists administer deep-tissue, sports, and shiatsu treatments, while hand therapists cater specifically to problems in the wrist, fingers, elbows, and shoulders.
The colorful space that makes up Fitness Revolution Pasadena—think purple floors and walls in bright blue, grey, and white—provides ample room for small and large group personal-training classes. Participants uses exercise balls, kettlebells, resistance bands, and wooden blocks to help burn calories, tone muscles, and increase their flexibility. Guiding each group through a workout is husband-wife team Joseph and April Hawthorne. They also readily dispense their wisdom on nutrition and which Power Ranger had the best high kick.
Dennis Robinson can list many credentials on his resume: National Personal Training Institute certification, certified nutritionist, and certified kickboxing instructor just to name a few. But to really see the proof of Mr. Robinson's expertise, one needs only look at the body and lifestyle transformations he's helped others achieve. One of his most successful clients, a man named Albert, lost more than 150 pounds over one year and four months. Mr. Robinson accomplishes these types of transformations with a combination of custom workout programs and 15-day meal plans.
It’s telling that the motto at Tara Napoli’s Power Yoga is “Love your life.” From mellow, restorative yoga classes to fun buti yoga classes. And of course, there’s the power yoga, where students connect breath to movements doing athletic, Vinyasa-style yoga. They’ll definitely break a sweat, and also enjoy calming benefits of resting poses and inversions.