BFF Fitness Boot Camp blends the high-energy atmosphere of a gym with the support system and nutrition advice of a weight-loss center. The certified personal trainers motivate fitness-seekers of all levels with positive reinforcement. They stage monthly weight-loss contests to celebrate achievement and fuel a healthy competitive spirit in their students, and write up detailed fitness reports every six weeks that outline workout results, areas of improvement, and frozen-meat-slab-punching speeds. Even their indoor air-conditioned gymnastics-style facility is supportive, outfitted with cushioned floors to reduce the joint stress of already low-impact boot-camp workouts. To further help their clients reach their fitness goals, they offer group personal training and nutrition counseling.
The trainers at Temple Qinesis take a holistic approach to fitness. That means they exercise not only the body but also the heart and mind. Their integrative method includes personal training, group classes such as CrossFit, and private yoga paired with nutritional counseling. With the ultimate aim being personal and community growth, exercisers can also take a break from the physical to play a game of chess against a new friend or someone who's been hogging the machine you want.
One can look behind every stationary bike or beneath each treadmill, and never come across a man at American Woman Fitness Center. They will, however, find a swimming pool, rows of cardio machines, and a studio that hosts more than 50 fitness classes. Because the health club only admits women at its two locations, gals can feel more comfortable and confident as they break a sweat on elliptical machines and weight-training equipment.
The all-female staff leads a slew of group fitness classes, including CrossFit, Corebar training, Zumba, and yoga classes, some of which take place in the swimming pool and can result in highly desirable dolphin abs. In addition to classes, they offer personal-training sessions along with weight-loss and nutritional counseling tailored to female physiques. Clients can also monitor their children in the childcare area via TV screens while they work out in cardio or group fitness areas.
At Do Well Be Well Training & Performance, working out can involve anything from ballet barres to barbells. The gym's group fitness schedule compiles together all sorts of different class styles to appeal to students of all ages, abilities, and tastes. Barre classes, for example, blend elements of modern dance, ballet, and Pilates into a single toning whole. Meanwhile, the weight-lifting workout, Group Power, blends barbell work with tried-and-true moves such as squats and lunges. And the amenities at Do Well Be Well are as eclectic as the workouts. On-site massage therapists relax worn-out physiques with chair massages, and parents can drop their kids off at an on-site childcare center, where the walls are decorated with pictures of famously in-shape cartoons.
It's tough. It's intense. And it works. They call it The Spartan Edge, and it's one of the newest programs at Edge Lifestyles Gym. The CrossFit training class leads students through effective workouts that incorporate exercises inspired by everything from gymnastics to powerlifting. Under the tutelage of certified CrossFit instructor Nick Agoalia, students perform a wide variety of exercises in an encouraging group environment. Along the way, they develop the skills and confidence necessary to flip over massive tires and defiantly stand up to enraged truck drivers after doing so.
Much like the clients they now teach, Crossfit201's four co-owners each bring a different history to their CrossFit training. Alon Soundry sought a new type of workout to boost his performance in the martial arts and motorcross. Keith Ferrara had tired of his extra pounds and found relief in a CrossFit regimen. Artie Kreutzer and Wilson De Dios enjoyed staying active even before discovering the regime. No matter their clients' background, the trainers seek ways to make the CrossFit regimen work for them.