If you ask the trainers at K Zone what the keys to fitness are, they might say function and variety. And they would know: they've all lost 20?60 pounds themselves. At this studio, their main goals are to incorporate a variety of exercises for their clients during personal training and boot camps that keep muscles guessing and heart rates up. Kettlebells, free weights, resistance bands, and medicine balls are just some of the tools they use to help clients achieve their fitness goals. During boot camps, each client gets an intense full-body workout and sessions are available at varying times throughout the week to help accommodate almost any schedule.
The number of certifications garnered by Geoff4Fitness.com’s namesake trainer demonstrates his commitment to approaching physical fitness from all angles. In addition to being an ACE-certified personal and group-fitness trainer, he is licensed in sports safety and CPR. Geoff also holds a pupil-activity permit for the Ohio Department of Education, for which he has coached at the high-school level for five years. He also helps adults reach their fitness goals with his MMA fitness classes, 45-minute workouts comprised of circuit-based movements.
After living everywhere from Washington, DC, to Guatemala, the owners of Urban Moves wound up in Columbus, and decided to pursue their passion for fitness and entrepreneurship. They bought the gym from its previous owner, and transformed it into a membership-free fitness studio dedicated exclusively to exercisers working with trainers, either one-on-one or in group classes.
In the boutique studio, the team of personal trainers designs programs to suit their clients’ goals, whether they want to complete a 5K race or take a bite from the famed nougat peak of Mount Everest. The troupe also hosts a variety of group classes in a wide range of exercise modalities, from gentle yoga to high-tech Power Plate training—a bona fide miracle of modern science that shapes muscles through vibration.
Inside Snap Fitness, rows of gleaming dumbbells stand waiting on racks near weight machines, treadmills, and a range of other exercise equipment. Personal trainers assess clients' strength and fitness levels during the complimentary 30-minute consultations, then help them slim down and develop great exercise form.
Inside Snap Fitness, rows of gleaming dumbbells stand waiting on racks near weight machines, treadmills, and a range of other exercise equipment. Personal trainers assess clients' strength and fitness levels during the included 30-minute consultations, then help them slim down and develop great exercise form.
CrossFit Future's high-ceilinged, 10,000-square-foot facility is anchored by kettlebell areas, ring stations, and deadlift bars waiting to be hoisted high. Trainers?each with a CrossFit Level 1 certification or better?fuel 60-minute group or one-on-one workouts with calls of encouragement. The fifteen-strong staff unites backgrounds as diverse as a mechanical-engineering degree, a fireman, and a seventh-place finish in the breaststroke in the 1996 Olympics. Using up to date equipment, the team motivates students to sprint up and down the back alley, drag sleds, or toss medicine balls.