At Alpha Fit, functional movements are at the core of each workout. With special attention to safe techniques, the focus on functional movements not only whips bodies into shape, but also makes everyday movements easier. CrossFit, high-intensity interval training, and boot-camp classes each promise different, fast-paced exercises that quickly sculpt muscles and burn calories.
Former U.S. Marine Carlos Valdez heads the experienced trainers at Power Fitness, deploying militaristic discipline to shape clients with body-sculpting workouts and nutritional advice. After evaluating fitness levels and goals, trainers infect aerobic amateurs and ruthless oxygen destroyers alike with contagious motivational mojo. Boot campers engage in weight-bearing exercises that pit gravity against muscles— gravity's greatest battle since it handily defeated astronaut ice cream. The you-lifting moves are designed to increase muscle strength, tighten cores, and tone hearts. One-hour sessions (starting at 5:30 a.m. and 8 a.m.) take place Monday–Friday at Body Builder's Powerhouse gym. Camp purists can roast muscles over cardiovascular fires in outdoor sessions that convene Monday–Friday at Bill Schupp Park on Zinnia Avenue from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. In addition to muscle manipulation, Power Fitness trainers also provide healthy-eating guidelines and meal plans to maximize intake of nutritional grub and minimize intake of flaming batons.
The trainers at Flex Fitness could likely turn in any space into a training space. Whether a parking lot, a grassy clearing, or the basketball court on top of Mt. Rushmore, it can quickly be converted into a boot camp space. Ropes, tires, or just the student's body weight can be used in Flex Fitness's personal and group training sessions, which blend strength and cardio conditioning for an intense all-around workout.