One of a kind ladies boot camp style workout program including nutrition evals and planning - terrific incentives like our Fit Camp Rewards Program - perks like Fit Camp Breakfast Smoothie's ready and waiting for you on your way out the door every Friday and more!
Amber Turner-Weeks has been dancing since the tender age of 3. A passion for movement led her to explore many facets of dance such as its history, improvisation skills, and child development. After graduating with a dance degree and a concentration in private studio teaching, Turner-Weeks traveled with the Meredith Dance Theatre and toured with the North Carolina Dance Festival. As the owner and artistic director of DanceArt, she now has the opportunity to transform her positive childhood memories into memorable dance experiences for students of all levels, ranging from toddlers to adults. As the mother of a young daughter, Turner-Weeks aims to create a noncompetitive environment where children feel safe and have room to explore their talents. She tells students, "Whatever experience and path you take in life, dream big and always make the most of what life has to offer you.” A team of caring instructors encourages parent interaction, teaching kids self-discipline and confidence in a variety of classes and at annual recitals and other events. The family-oriented facility boasts four spacious studio rooms with disco balls and shock-absorbing sprung floors, cheerful turquoise and purple couches, and a two-way-mirrored area where parents can observe youngsters in action without distracting them with proud victory dances.
According to CrossFit 4042, there are nine basic ingredients to make the perfect workout. Their Foundations course teaches you how to execute all of them, from squats to presses to deadlifts. This class is a prerequisite for the gym's regular CrossFit classes, which combine these fundamentals into varied workouts of the day or WODs. The nine exercises are the same for all body types—coaches merely scale their intensity, adjusting the routine to suit the individual.
Coach Drew Gammon stocks his space with barbells, pull-up bars, climbing ropes, and other tools and helps his students stay safe, while executing exercises with proper form. During group sessions, he emphasizing the importance of community, encouraging his clients to motivate each other vocally or through elaborate cheer routines if they have the time to choreograph them.
CrossFit Garner's team mixes and matches cardio, gymnastic, resistance, and weightlifting exercises to achieve optimal fitness results. Those exercises feature functional movements performed at a high intensity, preparing participants to face any kind of physical activity safely and skillfully. To keep clients motivated, trainers change routines daily and scale workouts to suit each individual. Trainers also ease everyone into workouts with warmups and ease out of them with cool-down sessions.
Jan Wellendorf’s passion for karate began in 1963, when he first studied techniques from Japan, China, and Korea. Now a 10th-degree black belt, Jan has molded these experiences into his own style of karate—sanshinkai. At Karate International, more than 70 black belts teach Jan’s methods at five locations, where they help students use Eastern-inspired skills to control themselves mentally, physically, and spiritually. Geared toward pupils of all ages, Karate International’s programs also emphasize cross-training, which can incorporate everything from judo’s throwing techniques to the pizza-eating regimen of ninja turtles.