Natural light flows through prismatic stained-glass windows inside The Yoga Place, a studio located a short walk from Bathhouse Row. In this scenic setting, knowledgeable instructors guide groups through classical and creative sun salutations and Vinyasa postures that combine flowing movement with measured breathing. The sessions aim to dissolve stress and tension while toning the physique and encouraging a healthy weight.
The Hot Springs Athletic & Racquet Club contains a veritable panoramic landscape of fitness, with a heated indoor-outdoor pool, tennis and racquetball courts, group-exercise studios, and a fitness center. Begin a brawn-building foray with a one-hour personal-training session, where a muscle tutor will help create a personalized program including exercise planning and nutrition advice. Hot Springs Athletic & Racquet Club's spacious sunlit fitness center features cardio, free weights, and strengthening equipment and offers a wide variety of classes including Zumba, Pilates, the SilverSneakers fitness programs, spin studio training, and dessert-burning refrigerator lifting.
The 60,000 square feet of recreation and spa space at Fitness Unlimited house an array of wellness services to satisfy athletic aces and competitive relaxers alike. Opt for the therapeutic massage and give licensed knot kneaders free range of tense dorsal plains. The service ends with a moisturizing paraffin wax dip for hands and feet. Those who delight in defying conventional wisdom can detoxify in a mud wrap, which employs Earth’s primordial soup to purify pores and moisturize your own natural skin wrap.
At Legit Fit Boot Camp, there are no machines. There are no televisions. There aren't even mirrors. The center's certified instructors take a no-nonsense approach to building strength and endurance by using simple weights, balls, and bars atop a stark rubber floor in each of their diverse fitness routines. Though the staff strives to stave off needless distractions, they detest boredom as well. That's why they keep muscles guessing by combining numerous exercises from different workouts and varying those exercises each day. The curriculum of jumping jacks, squats, and hopscotch games on hot coals ensure students never know what to expect, and the staff's enthusiastic demeanor keeps them focused on their calorie-burning mission.
With more than 10,000 pounds of free weights, brand-name equipment, top-notch entertainment systems, tanning beds, spacious locker rooms, and extended hours, Chenal Health & Fitness—which has been featured on KATV—provides customers with everything they need to get fit or survive a zombie apocalypse. Rows of cardio and weight machines occupy huge rooms with flat-screen televisions and lime-green or bright-blue walls. In the cardio theater, patrons burn calories and build muscle on treadmills, elliptical trainers, or stationary bikes as they watch new releases in high-definition on a 120-inch screen with surround sound.
Brandon Mazander learned in the military a myriad of ways to keep fit, while Celestee Wilson acquired expert knowledge through her years as a college volleyball player and her masters degree in kinesiology. Together they co-own BAM CrossFit and lead training sessions that focus on high-intensity exercises using functional movements such as lifting, pulling, and waving away pumpkin pie after Thanksgiving. Mixing up routines to keep disinterest at bay, their classes work out all muscle groups by executing diverse exercises such as gymnastics, weightlifting, and rope climbing.