At Redkore Fitness, the trainers don't measure fitness by how many push-ups you can do, or how cool your muscles look. They measure it with a number: the Kore Score. Utilizing metrics such as metabolic rate, BMI, and resting heart rate, visitors' starting Kore Score is the beginning of their fitness journey. Based on body science, they optimize workouts to be smarter with Kore Science to maximize results working with top notch trainers in the industry.
Trainers help clients create workouts goals, which are achievable through the fitness center's indoor-cycling classes, high-intensity interval training, barre workouts, and more. To complement those, clients create diet and weight loss goals too, with the aid of a professional nutritionist. The result? A comprehensive fitness plan, under which clients can not only make, but measure, their progress.
AllStar's experience, upbeat instructors help pupils hone their gymnastics skills in a constructive learning environment. Depending on their age and experience level, youngsters can enlist in one of four different recreational classes—White Cubs, Silver Cubs, Gym Cubs, or Gym Cats—to study gym safety and practice back-bending maneuvers on modified, kid-friendly equipment. Each session lasts an hour and enhances flexibility, balance, strength, and agility, increasing your child's chances of making it to the Olympics or somersaulting in slow motion off of a truck right before Vin Diesel blows it up with guns. Check the online schedule for specific class times.
In 1976, busy California mother Joan Barnes wanted nothing more than to find a play place where she and her kids could enjoy age-appropriate, educational activities. Finding none, she developed her own innovative play environment within a developmental-based program structure now known as Gymboree Play & Music. Today, kids tumble and learn in locations around the world, engaging in open play and classes designed to build cognitive and motor skills. As parents participate in their child?s development, their child learns to paint, play music, and interact socially outside of preschool knitting circles.
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 4+ hours
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Recommended Age Group: Kids
Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Cheerleading & tumbling
Georgia Elite All Stars' staff of professional cheerleaders, gymnasts, and martial artists lead tumbling and cheer classes for students 18 months to 18 years old in a state of the art facility. Programs range from weekly tumbling sessions for toddlers new to walking to grade-school cheer teams competing in Cheersport Cheerleading and Dance Championships. But the activities offered here encompass much more than just straightforward tumbling and cheer. In the tricking class, second-degree black belt instructor covers martial arts moves that incorporate tumbling that can be seen from the facility's observation deck.
Although each of the seven Just Fitness 4U locations has its own distinctions?such as the Lawrenceville location's 24/7 hours or the Marietta location's 25,000 sq. ft. facility and marble lobby?they more or less share the same tools for getting in shape. For starters, each is furnished with state-of-the-art Life Fitness and Hammer Strength equipment, which can be used or lifted to increase strength. Moreover, the facilities have a team of certified personal trainers and group fitness instructors who lead one-on-one workouts and fitness classes such Pilates, Zumba, yoga, and spinning, respectively.
At Great Play, kids are encouraged to break bottles—virtual ones, arranged on virtual shelves—in the center’s Interactive Arena. They are part of a hand-eye coordination game for kids, in which sensors track their “throws” and the computer-generated bottles projected onto the walls fall accordingly. Another version sees kids honing their throwing arms by aiming for an animated strike zone while a simulated crowd cheers.
But regardless of the specific games kids play on any given day in the 3,000-square-foot arena, each activity hews to the play center’s overall goal: to build kids’ motor skills and athletic abilities from an early age. Programs for younger kids focus on fundamentals, such as running, skipping, dodging, and tumbling. Meanwhile, athletic camps for older kids build skillsets that come in handy during pick-up games on the playground or at their first Olympic trials at age 3.