People come to the yoga mat for a variety of reasons, which is why L-Yoga Flow's empowering classes strive to nourish its patrons on a physical, mental, and spiritual level. Studio founder and creator of the L-Yoga Flow, Natalie Kristine, has combined her favorite aspects of all the exercise modalities she has studied, which include tai chi, ballet, Ashtanga yoga, boot-camp workouts, and reiki, into a class schedule that aims to bring the best out of yogis.
When people think of boot camps, they often imagine a trainer who relies on a shrill whistle and an angry, booming voice to startle exercisers into action. Bobby Steiner is not that trainer. Instead, the founder of Xtreme Fitness Boot Camp and certified personal trainer uses positive reinforcement to motivate participants to get healthier. This approach simultaneously challenges students and makes them comfortable in the fitness environment where they embark upon an ever-changing exercise routine. Bobby also works to meet individuals' needs by offering up alternative exercises to those with specific injuries or an allergy to yoga.
Just as its name conveys its year-round commitment to the game of golf, Four Seasons Golf Center's size and scope is easily described in terms of numbers. The outdoor night-lighted driving range furnishes golfers with 80 different tee stations including 50 natural grass tees, all oriented toward five target greens situated downrange and sitting adjacent to an 8,000-square-foot putting green. Meanwhile, underneath the giant dome, 48 more tee stations and three target greens allow swings to continue well after dusk.
Each of these features add up to an immersive golf experience in which players can practice their swings and perfect their putts throughout the year in any weather. When competitiveness begins to percolate, an 18-hole miniature golf course awaits putters. The center also hosts several non-golf programs, including a regular boot camp and martial arts classes for youngsters.
At Victory Fitness Center, members pump iron in the weight room and pedals on the stationary bikes before giving weary muscles respite in the whirlpool or sauna. Besides providing fitness coaching to keep everyone on the right track, the gym also provides an environment free of intimidation with men- and women-only workout areas. To supplement those workouts, the staff designs easy-to-follow weight-loss programs, and certified trainers lead group classes such as Zumba, boxing, and boot camp.
Shape Fitness believes that since exercise is such an important part of a healthy lifestyle, people should be able to fit a workout into their own schedules. This spacious gym is staffed and open 24 hours per day, seven days per week, and clients here have access with their own key. Cardio and strength training equipment helps members stick to their fitness regimens, and group class are available for people who like to work out in a motivating, social environment. Certified personal trainers are also on hand to help train those looking to amp up their fitness routine.
Spinning guru Amanda Kranyik has a Mad Dogg Spinning certification, and personal trainers Brittney Schaefer and Martha Snee both hold degrees in exercise science. These are just a few of the experts who encapsulate the extensive Capital Fitness trainer pool. Aiding them in their muscles-tuning mission is Capital's 23,000-square-foot facility, which is open 24 hours a day. It's complete with saunas, tanning, free weights, and more than 65 cardio machines.