Trainer Kavan Woodcock knows that a new mom trying to regain her figure shouldn’t follow the same exercise regimen as a football player looking to boost his power. So, at Underground Strength and Conditioning, they turn their clients’ specific goals into personalized workout and nutrition plans that utilize targeted exercises. Additionally, for clients with more general fitness goals such as improved strength and sustainable calorie burning, they offer metabolic-conditioning classes centered around strong man-style workouts that incorporate tires, sledgehammers, and ropes.
Throughout all their training and group classes, Underground’s staff focuses on efficient workouts that value safety and proper instruction above all else. This is to ensure that clients stay safe while they improve their overall fitness, gain confidence, and build supportive relationships with fellow exercisers and empathetic kettlebells.
Mahoney CrossFit is many things, but there's one thing it is not: boring. Instead of rows of ellipticals and treadmills, this fitness studio's "box"?where students complete WODs or workouts of the day?contains barbells, medicine balls, and suspended rings. They're the essential tools of the CrossFit program, employed in functional ways, so exercisers not only shed calories, but also move better in daily life. Best of all, the routines are always changing, helping ensure students don't get tired of repetition and that bodies are always getting maximum benefits from every move.
DIG. Whether it's a personal-training session or a CrossFit or kettle bell fitness class, Dig Performance CrossFit's experts expect everyone to dig deep and give their all. The trainers have the experience and education needed to tailor programs to each individual, helping motivate and encourage clients. By scaling workouts to suit fitness levels and setting realistic goals, they hope to make that path to achievement a little easier to tread. To compliment their muscle-toning workouts, they also offer massages and nutritional counseling.
At The Fit Corps, certified personal trainers welcome beginners and experienced athletes alike for group classes, personal training, and health coaching. During group classes, exercisers push their limits in circuit and strength training with heavy battling ropes, kettlebells, weight lifting, full-body functional suspension training, and more. They also move to fluid rhythms in Zumba or stretch out in yoga. In the gym’s space, members can lift weights and work on their core exercises.
CrossFit's series of functional movement exercises can be scaled to the abilities of everyone, from grandparents to athletes, making it one of the most democratic fitness methods in the world. The trainers at CrossFit Happy Valley use everything from jump boxes and gymnastics rings to kettlebells and pull up bars to lead an ever-changing regimen of simple, yet highly intense functional exercises that hit all ten fitness domains, including endurance, strength, flexibility, and agility. The team also provides inspirational encouragement every step of the way, as well as cultivates a supportive community of students who push each other to succeed.
Shauna's Crash Fitness is a 1,875-square-foot studio that functions as a dance floor during classes. Adding to the feel of the space, disco balls and colorful lights create a fun environment to help get students moving and burning hundreds of calories while dancing to upbeat Latin music. Instructors stand on a raised stage, going through the motions until students get the hang of easy-to-follow cardio dance moves.