Eagle Fitness sets fitness objectives in motion within well-outfitted health sanctums, in which denizens can define loose musculature and evict freeloading pounds. Cardiovascular exercise equipment from Life Fitness and Precor facilitate calorie incineration on treadmills, ellipticals, and recumbent bicycles, bolstering energy and strength ahead of heated PTA nights. Free weights fuel muscle-fiber development better than chained weights through trinitarian reps, and gym staff keep offspring active and distracted with Eagle’s complimentary childcare. For those who prefer battling atrophy in numbers, aerobics classes—held six days a week at both locations—bring sweaters together to perspire away toxins with Pilates, Zumba, yoga, kickboxing, and box-kicking sessions.
Balanced Health Solutions' Dr. Dale Kelly calls upon more than 24 years of medical expertise and countless hours of continuing education as he fine-tunes outer appearances with a menu of body-bettering services. The seasoned technician wields a microcurrent device to oust fine lines and wrinkles on the face, as well as shape and tone muscles throughout the body. A member of Washoe County Search and Rescue who is enthusiastic about helping others, Dr. Kelly steers visitors on the path to healthier living with nutritional analyses, allergy treatments, and GPS systems that lead to broccoli.
For exercisers, BodyFuel Fitness has everything they need, no matter when they need it. The 24-hour facility's floor is stocked with a full compliment of Cybex, Precor, FreeMotion, and Nautilus machines to torch calories and sculpt muscles. And, when clients need encouragement or motivation, they'll be able to easily find a group fitness class in which to enlist, including spin, Pilates, and boot-camp sessions.
Freedom Fitness Unlimited owner Jared Page and his team of professionally trained and certified instructors restore rusty bodies with their expertise in weight loss and management, sports performance, nutrition, and flexibility. Outdoor Freedom boot camps at the Sparks Marina bypass the confines of the gym's four walls and disorienting entrance labyrinth so that sweat donors can soak up the vitamin-D-fortified rays of sun, build muscle in sight of mirrorlike water, and boost cardiovascular endurance with aerobic butterfly catching. A surprise array of fun games and obstacle courses keep mental triggers firing and lungs a-billow with fresh air.
Quiet ripples set a deceivingly placid stage for Lisa Gonzalez's PaddleFit classes. Lisa G. sculpts the core, back, and arms with low-impact exercises that blend both yoga and cardio. She incorporates basic paddling into the sessions, which keep the mind engaged along with the body. Lisa also leads private standup-paddleboarding lessons, sunset paddleboarding tours, and—back on dry land—circuit-training workouts.
Dell and Anna Williams have dedicated themselves to patients' health and well-being for more than 18 years, 14 of which they spent as owners and operators of an assisted-living facility. Their background in assisted living led them on a quest to find ways of healing that not only addressed physical conditions but also the tension and illness that resulted from negative thoughts and energy. Their journey into more holistic treatments began with an I-ACT colon-hydrotherapy certification and culminated with the establishment of Body Balance Wellness Center.
Clients entering Body Balance's building are immediately immersed in a med spa–style environment with the unblemished sanitary standards of a doctor’s office. In addition to undergoing toxin-purging colonics, clients can opt to eliminate harmful chemicals from their systems through ionic footbaths and infrared-sauna therapies or to release lactic acids from the joints with yoga classes or massages. Treatments such as EVOX focus on emotional conditions by delving into the recesses of the subconscious to unlock negative habits that lead to poor health and uncontrollable transmutations into Darth Vader.
No frills. No nonsense. At Crossfit Sparks Elite that means no distractions from the task at hand, which is focusing on fitness. In their bare bones gym that features no mirrors, no chrome, and no complicated machines, coaches give personalized attention during small-group classes. They ensure that each student understands the fundamentals of CrossFit's functional movements performed at a high intensity. It also means exercisers receive the encouragement and motivation often needed to reach fitness goals. To ensure a high level of engagement, they also change workouts daily, which wards off the boredom of repetition. And to keep the method accessible to all, they scale workouts to each student and offer CrossFit Light classes for those seeking a slower pace.