A locally owned fitness destination for 30 years, Peak Health & Wellness provides patrons with three facilities as spacious and well-maintained as gyms owned by a corporate entity, but as personalized as a family business. Guests walk into any location to find large workout floors stocked with rows of cardio and strength equipment, separate group-aerobics studios, and indoor courts for playing tennis, squash, basketball, and pretend jury duty. The personable staff of certified trainers lead 40 distinct fitness programs including group classes of Insane-X, X-Fit, and spin, while onsite childcare centers watch over the little ones as parents work out. An indoor pool is host to a number of different classes, and to solve the other side of the health and wellness equation, each locale hosts various nutrition programs and seminars.
Snap Fitness's easyFIT monitor is a small, clip-on accelerometer that helps keep track of daily exercise. Unlike pedometers that merely measure steps and spy on daydreams, the easyFIT monitor senses the intensity and duration of physical activity, transmogrifying those stats into simple, numerical points that help assess activity levels from sedentary to peak performance. In addition to tracking exercise in real time, easyFIT monitors can connect to the wearer's personal web portal to upload data and create fitness graphs that help show progress, snag exercise suggestions, and stave off the temptation of living next to a hamburger farm. Watch a video about the easyFit here.
The health experts at Exercise Institute lead quality exercise programs in a private, safe, and caring environment. The four-week regimen begins when a certified wellness coach conducts a one-on-one consultation to establish fitness goals, and an Edge MD body-composition scan records your health stats in order to track each week’s progress. Nutrition counseling fosters better eating habits, such as which flavor of snozzberries to avoid, and an eating plan helps put these new habits into action. Twice a week, clients rally with their personal trainer for 15 minutes under the Institute’s Prime Effect Zero Momentum strength-training program, a high-intensity resistance workout that uses the whole body to produce greater strength, cardiovascular efficiency, flexibility, bone density, and fat loss.
The experienced instructors at Coeur d'Alene Athletic Club help patrons push toward optimal health with classes in the gym, on the court, and in the pool. Throughout the week, the facility hosts 23 one-hour classes in varying disciplines. Clients can see what it's like to run the court like a pro without being chased by arena security guards thanks to the men's basketball classes. Or they can bend bodies into the shape of every letter in the Greek alphabet in core yoga sessions, which can take place in a private room. The gym's 25-yard pool sets the aquatic stage for swimmers who want to learn how to build their endurance, and a weight room full of Nautilus and Flex equipment helps maximize muscle mass. Meanwhile, a fleet of cycles challenges riders to pedal their fastest and pop stationary wheelies.
Anew Start aims to extract the toxins absorbed in everyday life through an assortment of purifying services that rejuvenates bodies and revivifies immune systems. The 10-minute whole-body vibration training uses a specially designed machine set at multiple frequency vibrations to continuously stimulate the body, skin, and subcutaneous tissue, easily exercising muscles into well-defined opposite-sex catchers. A hydrotherapy device used in the noninvasive detoxifying foot bath creates a mother-approved black hole for drawing toxins through plantar appendages. The far infrared sauna is set at a temperature about 60 to 80 degrees cooler than a conventional sauna and eradicates evil body dwellers up to 10 times more effectively than the conventional sauna. All of the treatments in this package work to improve metabolism and blood circulation and also shed stress, joint pain, and the lyrics to 80s power ballads that loop through most heads.