The certified instructors at CrossFit Cambria work to enhance their patrons' functional fitness, meaning forging the muscles and endurance to perform every-day tasks such as climbing stairs or lifting heavy grocery bags. To that end, they cull exercises from fitness modalities including rowing, gymnastics, and Olympic-style weightlifting and combine them to form a different high-intensity workout each day. They can tailor moves to equally challenge each member, whether they are a CrossFit newbie or the Hulk?s stunt double. And to better help their patrons reach overall wellness, they also offer nutritional counseling and lead CrossFit-inspired yoga classes.
Century Physio and Fitness combines the aerobics and group fitness classes of a traditional gym with access to physical therapy, chiropractic, and other rehabilitative treatments. Members burn calories during Zumba classes, or build muscle in boot camps or strength-training sessions with names such as Body Attack. Meanwhile, chiropractors adjust patients' bones and physiotherapists focus on soft tissues, which is a more effective way to remove pain than trying to scare it out by yelling "Boo!"
Yoga. Cardio equipment. Boxing classes. Free weights. At Century Fitness, members don't have to choose just one type of workout. Classes such as Pilates and aqua fit boost endurance and tone muscles, while elliptical machines and treadmills provide cardio exercise. In addition, female members can head to Mademoiselle Spa, a women's-only gym with its own classes and fitness equipment.
Starting a new wellness regimen is challenging enough by itself?muscles strain, pulses race, and lungs work hard?so BAO offers amenities designed to make gym visits as logistically simple as possible. The staff also includes a team of personal trainers who can help gymgoers achieve faster results through proven regimens and the fairy dust that all personal trainers keep in their pockets.
National Fitness takes a holistic approach to achieving good health, offering a friendly environment stocked with cardio equipment, weight training, and nutritional advice. The facility has also amassed a full schedule of weekly classes ranging from yoga and Zumba to muscle sculpt, a resistance training class that relies strictly on power movements and the use of a barbell.
It's a good thing Cedar Springs Health Racquet & Sportsclub is open 24 hours a day, because it takes a long time to explore everything it has to offer. Fresh off a two-million-dollar? renovation, the Burlington location measures in at 200,000 square feet, including seven swimming pools, four water slides, courts for tennis, squash, and racquetball, a 24-hour gymnasium, and even an onsite restaurant. Classes operate more than 12 hours a day, and range from the strength-building Group Power program to the Latin dance?inspired Zumba class. Thanks to an assessment by a professional trainer, tennis and racquetball players can be paired with opponents of appropriate skill.
At 10,000 square feet, the Ancaster location is considerably more compact, but it still manages to house plenty of exercise equipment and host lots of spin, Zumba, and other group exercise classes.