Fit Body Boot Camp instructors guide clients toward their fitness and weight-loss goals at locations throughout the world. They lead group workouts that integrate cardio exercise with resistance training and weight training, keeping sessions varied in order to avoid disheartening plateaus. Nutritional guidance supplements tailored fitness programs to ensure that clients are properly fueled to lose, gain, or maintain their weight.
ou don't have to be an Ultimate Fighting Championship fighter to train like one at UFC Gym. That's because instructors at the fitness haven teach the training techniques and mixed martial arts of the UFC during a wealth of classes and personal training sessions. Members can learn kicks, punches, and jabs during cardio box and combat challenge classes, and build formidable abs in Killer Core. In doing so, they'll develop the strength, muscle tone, and endurance to finally outrun the neighborhood bull.
Weight and cardio machines stand at attention in The Art of Fitness?s intimate workout space, where guests sweat through intense sessions accompanied by their MP3 players or the gym?s trainers. The trainers turn to TRX bands, rowing machines, spinning bikes, and ladders during both private training sessions and PowerCircuit group classes, and focus on strengthening the entire body, not just a single underperfoming eyebrow.
From the diversity of Punahou Fitness Center’s health options, guests are empowered to craft a personalized fitness regime catered to their personalities and needs. Guests can manage their own workouts in the weight room or on cardio machines, running on treadmills while watching the hanging TVs or carrying an anvil. They can also receive guidance from certified personal trainers or work out in the company of others in Zumba, muay thai kickboxing, or yoga classes. Before, after, or during workouts, guests can throw themselves into the natural saltwater pool, as well as take alternating dips in the hot whirlpool and ice-plunge bath.
Taylor Takata is no stranger to pressure. When he represented the United States in the Beijing Olympics, he stood toe-to-toe with some of the world's most fearsome fighters. Still, he knows that not everybody thrives when thrown into the fire. That's why his classes at Hawaii Judo Academy teach the principles of judo at a gradual pace and in a nonintimidating environment. At Takata's studio, students of all ages can master the martial art's trademark throws and takedowns at their own speed.