CrossFit Newnan's trainers never lead the same workout twice. Their CrossFit exercises break past fitness plateaus and boredom with high-intensity challenges that change daily, with a focus on ramping up functional movements such as pushing, squatting, and pulling. Trainers are mindful of form, ensuring that exercises are safe and effective from first movement to last; they can also adjust the intensity for any fitness level. While they've stocked the gym with training equipment such as pull-up bars, jump ropes, kettlebells, and climbing ropes, they also sometimes head to a local park for a change of scenery and a chance to pose for local topiary artists.
Each group session fosters a spirit of camaraderie and friendly competition, motivating exercisers to put their best tire-flip forward. Trainers stay squarely in each member’s corner, keeping track of their progress and offering nutritional support as needed.
Ancient of Days Yoga believes that everybody deserves the healing benefits of yoga. Therefore, besides offering regular yoga classes, we also offer gentle, restorative, prenatal and adaptive yoga for people with limited mobility or facing a life changing situation
Personal trainer Nicole Williams founded Allure Dance & Fitness Studio to bring clients closer to their health goals through fitness classes, personal-training sessions, and intense, empowering pole-dancing lessons. Having dubbed the pole "the new dumbbell," Nicole now draws on more than 10 years of experience training everyone from housewives to celebrities as she brings full-body pole workouts to the masses. Nicole and her coterie of instructors specialize in pole dancing, but also lead personal-training sessions and classes that incorporate kickboxing, plyometric, and cardio techniques. Along with classes, Allure hosts private pole parties to sprinkle some spice into birthdays, bachelorette parties, and routine training for streetlight cleaners.
The Robertson family exemplifies the unifying power of family fitness. While parents Mark and Melissa manage Ascension Climbing's incoming clients, their three kids—Grace, Caleb, and Zeke—provide one-on-one training in the art of scaling mountainsides or the gum-studded underside of a giant's desk. Grace, who formerly coached college climbing teams, transfers her expertise to competitive clients during one-on-one lessons at one of 18 ropes. Zeke oversees the littlest ones at Ascension’s climbing walls and two bouldering caves, and Caleb fills in the schedule with lessons on climbing safety and technique.
As a tightly knit, climbing-savvy family, the Robertsons hope to strengthen the bonds of other clans through Ascension Climbing’s many activities. They invite families to climb and boulder together during events and trips. They also host groups and parties, spreading their love of climbing through chaperoned events and overnight lock-ins.
Zumba was designed as a Latin-based dance fitness program, and has taken the world by storm. With Zumba, participants will experience different musical rhythms. They will be amazed at how quickly they will find themselves dancing the samba, salsa, cumbia, merengue and grooving to the latest in hip hop and pop music.
Inner Peace is helmed by certified yoga instructor and reiki therapist Maureen "Mo" Dwyer, who uses her 13 years of fitness-training experience to help benders of all backgrounds listen to their bodies to achieve a strong, balanced mind-body connection. The current class schedule includes gentle yoga for students searching for a contemplative, relaxing experience, or Vinyasa for those looking to develop the strength, flexibility, endurance, and balance needed to finally advance in the Cirque du Soleil tryouts. Beginners are welcome to attend all classes as modifications are given to help experienced students advance their technique, and all levels of yoga practice provide transformative benefits such as improved circulation, stress relief, better breathing, pain alleviation, and inner peace. Mats are provided, but students are encouraged to purchase their own in order to continue their practice at home.