Pulse Studio Group Fitness makes a sedentary lifestyle nearly impossible to keep up, since clients can find encouragement in a range of group fitness classes. Whether learning new yoga poses, a calorie-blasting Zumba dance routine, or how to kickbox your way out of a locked bathroom, Pulse Studio's classes cultivate a fun, social atmosphere that makes workouts a bright spot in your day.
Inside Mentor Heisley Racquet and Fitness Club’s 130,000-square-foot facility, guests can hone their ground strokes on the tennis court, practice dunking on the basketball court, or learn to breathe underwater in the heated indoor and outdoor pools. Alternatively, exercisers can join in on group fitness classes such as yoga, water aerobics, and spinning, work out in one of two cardio rooms, or train under the watchful eye of an experienced personal trainer.
Erica Kovacs leads students through Zumba classes that burn up to 1,000 calories. While trading boring repetitions for an energetic dance-party atmosphere, Zumba marries Latin-style dance moves with international music. Erica teaches three varieties, starting with Zumba Basic for beginners and fans of the original flavor. Zumba Toning participants shake maraca-like weights to add resistance to their shimmies. Alternatively, students dance with chairs during Zumba Sentao. This challenging workout blends dancing with squats that make the chair really jealous.
MadJam Fitness is a women-only fitness studio that helps its clients get into the best shape of their lives using positive encouragement and a schedule of constantly changing classes. Inside the boutique, mirror-lined studio, certified instructors teach belly dancing, kick fit, boot camp, and TRX fusion classes, fostering a welcoming, laid-back atmosphere that makes it easy for participants to do their best. What's more, they also offer small group and personal training sessions that help clients reach their goals with personalized routines, nutritional advice, and workouts choreographed to their favorite motivational movie score.
Century Physio and Fitness combines the aerobics and group fitness classes of a traditional gym with access to physical therapy, chiropractic, and other rehabilitative treatments. Members burn calories during Zumba classes, or build muscle in boot camps or strength-training sessions with names such as Body Attack. Meanwhile, chiropractors adjust patients' bones and physiotherapists focus on soft tissues, which is a more effective way to remove pain than trying to scare it out by yelling "Boo!"
Yoga. Cardio equipment. Boxing classes. Free weights. At Century Fitness, members don't have to choose just one type of workout. Classes such as Pilates and aqua fit boost endurance and tone muscles, while elliptical machines and treadmills provide cardio exercise. In addition, female members can head to Mademoiselle Spa, a women's-only gym with its own classes and fitness equipment.