"Fitness for the Everyday Person." Used by other gyms, that slogan might seem gimmicky, but Right Now Fitness does its best to live up to that ideal. For one, the fitness center offers both morning and evening classes, as well as 24-hour access so people with busy schedules can fit in a workout on its cardio and strength-training equipment. And clients who are just embarking on their journey to fitness can learn a challenging yet doable cardio circuit from an instructor free of charge, while personal trainers help others do a deep dive into various exercises.
Personal trainer and NBS Fitness founder David Allen operates under the philosophy that fitness is not merely an exercise regimen but a mindset, a lifelong pursuit of self-improvement. NBS Fitness seeks to instill a hard-working ethos in its clients—regardless of age, weight, or abilities—through personal and group fitness training sessions. The facilities outfit visitors with equipment such as dumbbells, tires weighing up to 1,000 pounds, and bars.
At Beyond Fitness, personal trainers with more than 30 years of combined experience take the guesswork out of getting into shape by working one-on-one with clients. They evaluate individuals and devise a workout plan and nutrition program suited to each client's unique body type and fitness goals. Similarly, instructors guide and motivate small groups?usually no more than four people?during circuit and resistance training.
At Results Personal Enhancement Studio, a personal-training client isn’t paired up with just any staff member. Instead, the training staff—made up of both men and women—takes time to choose clients whose fitness goals match their skill sets. They can also draw up nutrition plans and at-home workouts for clients so that they see changes as quickly as possible. The studio’s fully equipped, brightly colored space houses Cybex cardio machines and FreeMotion and Hampton weight-training equipment, as well as a private locker room.