Dare to Dream Arts Academy has a simple mission: to get students to enjoy participating in the arts without worrying about competition or comparison. Instructors carry out the mission during group dance classes that teach a diverse range of styles, from Zumba fitness to hip-hop to tap dance. Experienced-and-nurturing instructors make classes fun and easy.
The instructors at BAMN Athletic Center - IE help visitors of all ages and experience levels to reach their fitness goals while providing sports and martial-arts programs as a healthy outlet for at-risk youth. The sprawling facility features an indoor running track, mats, and a boxing ring, fostering a varied curriculum that includes Zumba classes, martial-arts lessons, and competitive and cardio kickboxing.
Night lasers, black lights, and glow sticks might tempt people to mistake a Chicka Fitness workout for a rave, but make no mistake—the Chicka Fitness crew is serious about exercise. Their unique classes incorporate dozens of props, allowing pupils to have fun while they sweat off pounds and sculpt their bodies. They use sticks for self-defense, hand targets and bats for stress relief, and even drumsticks. More provocative classes also incorporate chair workouts, dance, and belly-chain wraps.
Inland Empire Boot Camp’s squad of experienced instructors eschews the ear-scarring screams of traditional boot camps in favor of rigorous motivation, individually tailoring every exercise to achieve sustainable results for students. Like the temperaments of salsa dancers, the boot camp’s intensity levels split into mild, medium, and hot categories to ensure every participant gets a vigorous but doable workout. The outdoor program mixes up activities for constantly shifting sessions, which divide time between exercises such as toning core muscles with planks and lunges and raising heart rates with jogging and calisthenics. Campers rotate through interval-based resistance and cardio training, aiming to stoke metabolic fires into searing calories. Inland Empire Boot Camp's schedule of both coed and women-only classes lets participants control their comfort levels, and the flexible schedule accommodates those who need extra time to get their werewolf or nongroggy daytime-werewolf symptoms under control. Inland Empire Boot Camp also offers grocery shopping classes, which escort students through the aisles, teaching them what to look for on food labels and how to decide between frozen or fresh, butter or margarine, and ketchup or catsup.
Redlands Gymnastics Club’s action-packed classes endow children between 18 months and 18 years of age with the interpersonal skills and physical discipline they will need to succeed in school or reality television. Led by enthusiastic coaches, classes meet once or twice a week and range from 45-minute parent-child sessions for tots (3.5 years or younger) to progressively longer and more challenging instruction for older girls and boys. Grade-schoolers can rise to the top of playground politics by mastering the splits in beginners or intermediate classes, and 3- to 5-year-olds can learn fundamental movement patterns in Tumble Tots sessions, also focused on cultivating social skills such as listening and not eating gym socks without the proper condiments. Redlands’s innovative program incorporates music, gymnastics, and dance to promote robust personal development and a positive self-image among its young charges.
Owner Jeremiah Head brings 20 years of coaching and 7 years of CrossFit-training experience to Zero Gravity CrossFit. He and his team of trainers motivate groups of exercisers as they lead them through intense CrossFit programs. Courses aimed at young athletes rely on powerful movements to prepare athletes for challenging competitive environments.