Yoga On Chocolate is Hershey's ONLY Power Yoga & Baptiste Affiliate Studio, located in beautiful downtown Hershey, PA (known as the sweetest place on Earth) where Hershey Kiss's light up the night and the smell of chocolate flows through the air.
PA DanceSport provides expert toe-twiddling instruction in both Latin and ballroom dance with two open dance sessions every week held inside their 3,000-square-foot floating maple ballroom. During private lessons, trained instructors—two of whom have competition experience—help prancing participants make first wedding dances more memorable, and first cup of coffee congas less conspicuous. Group lessons tackle a range of styles from traditional quickstep and swing, to fast-paced salsa and Zumba, eradicating the self-conscious sidestep from rumba repertoires. Check the class schedule for more information.
Certified strength-and-conditioning specialist Dave Brixius defines his success by that of his athletes. To that end, he need only look to Marques Colston of the New Orleans Saints, Mike Cox of the Atlanta Falcons, or the Harrisburg Heat—the professional indoor-soccer team that he coached to become the American Conference champions—for proof of his training's efficacy. He has been teaching clients to tap into their potential at Explosive Sports Performance for 10 years, crafting programs that amp up speed, endurance, and strength. At his side is Ashley Brixius, whose group classes and personal-training sessions build female-specific workouts.
Their facility has been featured on news networks such as CBS for its supportive yet no-nonsense setting, where NFL players swing kettlebells beside high-school students and senior citizens. Though their services aim to improve the physical aspects of each visitor's game, Explosive Sports Performance also focuses on mental and academic achievements—David has led more than 15 football players to full athletic scholarships and spots on the U.S. Olympic tackle-spelling-bee team.
A training space of 4,200 square feet. Fifty feet of AstroTurf. Custom squat racks. Pull-up rings. 13 Stripes CrossFit is clearly outfitted for serious workouts. Their trainers lead the gym's namesake CrossFit workouts, slinging an ever-changing routine of high-intensity moves, which participants perform while carrying as much weight as they can. The gym also has its own workout style, Burner X, which matches CrossFit's intensity level but focuses on fat loss; as such, exercisers perform more reps while holding less weight.
Once upon a time, Topher Young was overweight and unhealthy. One day, Topher decided to lose some weight. He bounced from diet to diet and downed supplements and other remedies that promised weight loss. Nothing worked. So Topher took another approach. He spent hundreds of hours researching weight loss, nutrition, and exercise, eventually becoming a certified personal trainer. Topher made the choice to lose weight the right way—with a combination of healthy eating habits and exercise.
Now he spends his days helping others that face the same roadblocks he once did. Topher guides clients through personal training and group boot-camp classes that combine fun exercises with an extra push when clients need it. He also complements workouts with nutritional advice, such as the best forms of protein or which type of shellacked fruit has the most calcium.
Fitness Fusion’s certified trainers employ an ultramodern arsenal of fitness equipment to shape soft physiques, improve flexibility, and enhance vitality during custom personal-training sessions. To actively avoid monotonous workout routines, such as bench-pressing encyclopedias, fitness experts work one on one with visitors to forge a creative and challenging regimen that’s tailored to their individual needs and corporeal cues. Each one-hour personal-training session includes 30 minutes of intense, sweat-manufacturing exercise, followed by an additional 30 minutes of supervised cardiovascular training. Clients shed excess pounds comfortably in Fitness Fusion’s private studio, stocked with free weights, benches, and cardio tackle outfitted with built-in TVs, iPod plug-ins, and holographic visions of their future svelte selves.