During all 365 days of the year, Fusion Fitness Clubs buzzes with patrons sweating in fitness classes, burning fat on cardio machines, and building muscle on weight-training equipment. As 35 treadmills, ellipticals, and Arc trainers whirr, muscles fortify with free weights and weight-training machinery. The dedicated trainers lead spinning sessions upon the seats of Schwinn Evolution bikes, and heart-thumping Latin-inspired music kick-starts aerobic dance moves in Zumba classes. Boot camps sculpt physiques with a rotating lineup of body-toning routines, and yoga classes lead bodies through poses to increase strength, flexibility, and the ability to impersonate a Celtic knot.
A private women's section hosts ladies-only workouts, so gals can further secretly discuss their plot to take over the world as they break a sweat. During one-on-one personal training sessions, certified trainers tailor curricula to best suit each client's goals, after gauging health and fitness levels in an initial complimentary assessment and thumb-wrestling match. After slashing calories solo or in group classes, patrons can refuel at the smoothie bar with natural snacks and sips.
Inside The Transform Fitness and Training, a strip of artificial turf runs a six-legged metal frame, hung with punching bags, suspensions harnesses, and ropes. Around this construction stand racks of free weights, medicine balls, and kettlebells. It's the equipment of a gym where the specialty is not specializing. The trainers offer a variety of classes using their brand new space, from pure bodywork such as yoga and Pilates to advanced, equipment-heavy circuit training in boot and glute camps.
Tucked into downtown Tuckahoe is a little 'haven' where you can rejuvenate and rebalance your body, mind and spirit. We offer 50 classes a week, many levels and many different styles of yoga. Everything for the very beginner to the more advanced, pre and post pregnancy, restorative, teens, meditation and workshops.
There's no secret to Bronxville Training by Design's personalized approach to fitness. The company's trainers simply find exercises proven to tone and shape the body, and then apply these exercises to individual workout plans. It may not sound all that groundbreaking, but these trainers have drawn on their collective experience to create workouts that are as interesting as they are intense. In personal-training or small-group sessions, they may start out with kettlebell lifts that strengthen the core and build endurance. These lifts often serve as a prelude to heart-pumping kickboxing workouts and TRX suspension training that uses body weight as resistance. Clients can also supplement their strength training through yoga classes, designed to better mind-body connections and increase flexibility.
The Yoga Room is all about inclusivity. The studio hosts classes for beginners, intermediates, experts, and even expectant mothers. This fits nicely into the studio’s stated philosophy that "yoga is a personal practice, not a competitive or comparative one." Although they may not discriminate, the highly trained teachers sometimes show tough love as they push muscles to channel their inner origami. Aside from the full schedule of yoga, fitness, and dance classes, special events such as an Ayurveda workshop encourage students to stretch their minds as well as their bodies.
The staff at I Train With Juan follows the You Can and Will Be Fit method, which outlines the most important elements of starting an exercise regimen—and sticking to it. Inside the facility, this method manifests in the form of one-on-one training sessions and group classes, including Zumba, boxing, and Muscle Hustle, a class that focuses especially on weight training. Conveniently, I Train with Juan makes it easy to sign up for and learn more about its classes through a phone app available in the App Store and on Google Play.