Snap Fitness's easyFIT monitor is a small, clip-on accelerometer that helps keep track of daily exercise. Unlike pedometers that merely measure steps and spy on daydreams, the easyFIT monitor senses the intensity and duration of physical activity, transmogrifying those stats into simple, numerical points that help assess activity levels from sedentary to peak performance. In addition to tracking exercise in real time, easyFIT monitors can connect to the wearer's personal web portal to upload data and create fitness graphs that help show progress, snag exercise suggestions, and stave off the temptation of living next to a hamburger farm. Watch a video about the easyFit here.
The instructors at T3 Fitness and Training employ a variety of tools to help melt the pounds off of their clients. During hour-long boot-camp and boxing-for-fitness classes, students jump rope, push around oversized tires, lift barbells, and punch bags while wearing boxing gloves or bowling balls on their hands. The instructors also give clients one-on-one attention during personal-training sessions and take time to teach children about the importance of proper fitness and health.
Game of Fairfield is a haven for friendly competition. The facility encompasses bocce ball courts, video games, and billiards tables, where visitors can rack up between bites of food. Bowling alleys wait nearby, where the crashing of pins unfolds during open games or league play. Live entertainment and special events often take over Game of Fairfield, including regular Cosmic Bowling with black lights and DJs that spin popular music.
At Cincinnati Gymnastics, Olympic coach Mary Lee Tracy and a staff of dedicated instructors help kids realize their athletic potential with expert guidance in gymnastics. Kids aged from three to seven build acrobatic abilities at an early age through classes and camps that hone skills on the vault, bars, balance beam, and floor.
Signature service: Fundamentals of Drawing
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours
Brands Used: Young Rembrandts
Pro Tip: Young Rembrandts teaches drawing and visual learning skills for children ages 3-and-a-half to 12.