Guardian Martial Arts & Fitness's staff of instructors enhances fitness via a robust schedule of lessons conducted in a welcoming, constructive atmosphere. Give your physique a once-weekly firming with the Pilates fundamentals class, a holistic approach to fitness designed to hone core strength, flexibility, and posture, or attack calories in a fast-paced kickboxing course incorporating hand weights and floor work. Pilates courses are offered Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 6 p.m., and kickboxing classes are offered Monday and Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m., allowing workers out to sweat away the stress of the office and its high-pressure conference-room Scattergories tournaments.
World of Pole’s instructors help people boost health and self- confidence in a variety of fun-centered fitness classes. Pole-fitness classes tailored to men and women combine sensual dance moves with full-body exercises that strengthen muscles and improve coordination. Meanwhile, Zumba fuses fun dance steps with Latin beats that keep students so entertained, they hardly know they're burning calories. Instructors also host a bevy of other fun fitness classes, including Hoopnotica hoop dance that leads students through graceful choreography with the aid of a hula hoop, Glide-n-Tone sessions that strengthen muscles thanks to moveable discs, and trapeze classes that instill the circus attraction's basic techniques while building up core muscles and the ability to tame lions.
Students should bring: Yoga mat
Registration required: No
Good for beginners: Yes
Average class length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5 people
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
No matter a student's skill level, the instructors at Yoga Shala want them to feel relaxed and inspired. To that end, they offer classes to suit every need: restorative yoga to de-stress, dynamic vinyasa to challenge, and yoga sculpt to engage muscles in a full-body workout. The studio also proves mindful of the environment by following several green practices?from using repurposed building materials to offering non-toxic, environmentally friendly props.
Before Nick Lopez was a certified personal trainer, he was by his own admission overweight. But instead of seeking a quick fix for his weight-loss woes, he began the painstaking process of researching and experimenting with different exercises until, eventually, the numbers on the scale became smaller and smaller. His findings helped him lose 80 pounds and ultimately turned into the fitness blueprint for his boot-camp classes and personal-training sessions at Weapons 4 Weight Loss. The evolving workouts consist of functional movements such as running, lunges, and maneuvering through an obstacle course without being voted off by viewers at home.
Optimal results in a minimal time frame. That’s the goal of Nina—Sergeant Bootcamp himself. After a stint in the military, Nina returned to his true passion—fitness—and took up the reins at boot camp, where today he motivates clients of all fitness levels through indoor and outdoor workouts. Each 60-minute sweat session forgoes machinery and high-tech equipment for simple exercises, such as running, calisthenics, and weight training. Yet, Nina doesn’t let campers fall into any sort of routine; he changes up classes regularly to keep muscles guessing and clients from getting bored. Aimed at shredding body fat and toning physiques, each camp begins with a body-fat composition test so that clients can see their progress and achievements in numbers, rather than by whether or not they can fully conceal themselves behind a telephone pole.
Fitness Rx's team of instructors deploys to dozens of locations throughout southeastern Michigan to lead a staggering array of fitness classes. Whether they're guiding groups through kickboxing's strikes, yoga poses, or Pilates’ core-strengthening moves, they draw on their diverse backgrounds, years of experience, and enthusiasm. Additionally, trainers meet for one-on-one or semi-private sessions, and supplement workouts with nutrition support to help clients achieve varied goals, from building strength to fitting back inside their high-school-graduation cap.