The certified instructors of Miss Fits Fitness Studio, Inc. are indeed misfits in the gym industry, as they steer clear of exercise machinery. Instead, they rely on dynamic, female-centric workouts to condition muscles and burn calories. Their curriculum covers Mommy and Me, Zumba, yoga, Pilates/boxing, and dance—including choreography from current music videos. And although the studio rejects machines, it employs a variety of specialized equipment. Kangoo jump boots, for example, enable students to leap and bounce during low-impact cardio routines, and dance poles provide the support for sultry moves that also tone the body.
At Samson Strength and Conditioning, a plethora of instructors and trainers leads a variety of fitness and training classes. The weekly schedule includes a large selection of boot-camp sessions, Zumba classes, and athletic training alongside powerlifting training and youth strength training and conditioning. One-hour group training classes emphasize personal attention with small class sizes of up to 20 people, and personal-training sessions are also available.
Master Gym’s training facility houses circuit weight stations, elliptical machines, and other high-quality cardio equipment. Members can work up a sweat following their own routine, or they can join in on one of the regularly scheduled classes. Zumba classes burn calories with fun dance routines set to Latin-inspired music, and cardio-kickboxing sessions help tone muscles using a series of jabs, hooks, and other boxing moves. Master Gym also offers boot-camp sessions, which mix a variety of exercises to build strength and endurance.
Jungle Club is about more than sweating like you?re in the middle of a tropical jungle. It combines physical activity and fun into one sports complex. Spend a day in the sun with a game of tennis followed by an afternoon swimming laps in the 25-meter pool. Indoors, a full gym includes resistance training, cardio equipment, and a gravity studio, which strengthens bodies using the force of their own weight. And for those who do like to sweat, Jungle Club offers a large selection of weekly fitness classes, such as Zumba, yoga, tai chi, and spinning. Jungle Club also goes the extra mile with a wellness center, which offers physical therapy, massage therapy, facials, and personal training.
Longevity Lady Fitness and Spa's instructors create a judgement-free zone where women of all ages and fitness levels can pursue a healthier lifestyle. Of course, they don't expect gym members to make such a journey on their own; they offer 60 group fitness classes each week to help. They cover everything from classic step aerobics and weight training to yoga, Zumba, and even senior fitness classes. After sweating it out in a class or hitting the 1,200-square-foot weight floor, they invite their visitors to relax in the Longevity Oasis, which includes a whirlpool tub, a sauna, and eucalyptus steam room with proper koala defenses installed.
Parties don't usually involve burning 1000 calories, unless you've just stumbled into a group class at Accelerate Your Fitness. The instructors there aim to make workouts not just effective, but also fun and engaging, so they call their spin classes a "party on wheels." Pedaling in tempo with upbeat music, trainers lead groups through a series of sprints, climbs, and stationary wheelies for 60 minutes. The studio's personal trainers also work one-on-one with clients to customize workout plans and maximize efficacy, and offer group yoga classes to get groups bending, stretching, and sun-saluting.