The Fitness Compound is Orange County's number 1 spot for fitness and mixed martial arts. We have programs for men, women, and children. Our fitness classes will guide you through the latest and greatest routines that will build lean muscle and get you ripped.
Orange County Adventure Boot Camp fosters an inviting yet challenging fitness atmosphere where women of all ages, skill levels, and abilities motivate each other's movements in high-energy outdoor workouts. Free from the competitive environment of a typical gym or hopscotch tournament, the camp possesses certified trainers to help participants achieve higher levels of fitness. Each class torches calories with a varying suite of high-energy exercises, which can include core conditioning, short-distance running, jumping rope, hikes, and a few last-minute surprise twists, such as the revelation that boot camp was all a dream. Guests can also fine-tune their figures with an orientation session, pre-camp evaluation, and nutritional coaching.
At Hard Yoga, certified yoga instructor and holistic health coach Monica Carroll and certified yoga instructor Brandt Wicke understand that sometimes, building leaner bodies comes easier with a multidisciplinary workout. This inclusive philosophy powers their team's innovative classes, which blend yoga's physical control and mental focus with the best aspects of strength training and cardiovascular workouts. This cross-training approach minimizes the time spent in the studio while maximizing each session's effectiveness, helping students get fit without needing to annex extra calendar space. Even with this efficiency at its core, the studio still fosters a sense of community; students can come in for nutrition education, fitness conditioning, mens-only yoga, yoga barre and cross fusion, or even get the next generation involved through youth yoga or Kids Club babysitting sessions.
Sunlight pours through the studio windows at Piercy Pilates & Physical Therapy, which was recently revamped to include Balanced Body pilates equipment. The recent changes allow the studio's team of upbeat instructors—who have backgrounds in fitness—to give more individualized attention during private exercise sessions that are tailored to each client's own fitness goals. Group classes are also kept small to ensure that nobody gets lost in shuffle.
Clients can strengthen their core during Pilates reformer and mat classes, or limber and tone their muscles in booty barre lessons. During TRX suspension training, suspension bands support pupils as they use their body weight and meticulous, angled stretches to increase flexibility and strength. The staff can also help alleviate chronic pain with physical therapies that range from Pilates regimens to laser treatments.
GlucoFitClub acts a hub for overweight people who want to lose weight, with diabetes, or with pre-diabetes, drawing together different companies, products, and resources to assist in health and education. It partners with YMCAs across the nation to encourage those with diabetes to remain active, as the disease is exasperated by conditions that include high body-mass index and hypertension. Members with diabetes may also receive a glucometer that can upload their fitness-test results and blood-glucose levels to an online database, helping them become more knowledgeable about their own condition. Access to nutrition and diabetes classes at the Y educates members and helps them make good health decisions.
MD Pilates owner Mely Dinsdale helms a team of certified instructors, helping students to sculpt lean, pliable bodies using core-centric exercises and Pilates reformer equipment. During classes, instructors preach the importance of balancing flexibility with muscle-strengthening work to prevent injury, both on the mat and on the studio’s reformer resistance machines. Pilates reformer machines, made with a system of springs, pulleys, and a sliding platform, boost the difficulty of students' moves by resisting each movement as they perform Pilates exercises, thereby helping to build muscle while reducing stress on tendons, ligaments, and high-strung skeletons.