Certified personal trainers Anna Gunn and Jennie Votel channel their professional experience into shepherding women of all fitness levels toward healthier lifestyles and higher confidence levels during intense and varied boot-camp classes. Keeping their outdoor sessions fun and diverse, the passionate duo may have students scale public stairs as part of an obstacle course, practice yoga alongside a serene pond, perform pushups against a park bench, or take an early-morning jog through tree-shrouded paths.
Between partner-based exercises and the inspirational commands of a certified personal trainer, community is a constant motivator during EmpowerFIT’s boot-camp classes. The savvy team of fitness gurus switch up the maneuvers of each daily class to help keep students engaged, and high- and low-impact variations of each move scale to the abilities of each student. The result is a full-body workout that relies on functional movements such as jumping, running, pushing, pulling, and bopping it.
Lynch Fitness doesn't have a traditional gym's ubiquitous rows of cardio equipment, stacks of heavy weights, or people-size hamster wheels. Instead, the airy studio's sizeable windows shed natural light on nationally certified trainers leading boot-camp classes focused on functional motions and circuit training. Their approach foregoes weightlifting and machines that limit bodies to singular movements. The sweat-summoning workouts are more dynamic and eclectic than that, as members might find themselves using TRX suspension-training bands, modifying body-weight exercises on a BOSU ball, or twirling heavy ropes. Most of the classes last 45 minutes, and trainers help members incinerate a higher number of calories by encouraging them in constant motion throughout the workout.
In addition to the boot camps, the trainers also offer personal-training sessions to hone in on individual goals. Monthly seminars, a running club, and group outings such as a standup paddleboarding adventure encourage group camaraderie and extend active lifestyles outside of the gym.
When Lisa Rasmussen and Trippe Roloff aren't training clients, they're running, hiking, cycling, and weight-lifting. That's because the Forward Fitness trainers practice what they preach. By incorporating fitness into their daily routines, they share their passion with their clients and show them the importance of working out, eating right, and burning calories without setting all the donuts in the pantry on fire.
Together they lead patrons on a quest to fitter physiques with high-intensity outdoor boot-camp classes. They've designed a range of classes to accommodate clients of all fitness levels, whether you want to sculpt chiseled abs or up your endurance and overall fitness. For one-on-one attention, they also host private boot camps and personal-training sessions.
Inside Country Wood Fitness, Mike Quinata has created a space for calibrated exercises that help nurse injuries back to health. A student of kinesiology himself, he enlisted the help of bone specialists to create a circuit-training program that promotes rehabilitation and full-body strength. During the hour-long sessions, students engage in a variety of strength-training and aerobic exercises designed to focus on alternating muscle groups. Mike also creates custom training programs for his clients as well as high-intensity boot camps that prepare students to fight sentient treadmills.
Snap Fitness 24-7, bustling with cardio and strength-training gear, throws open the doors to its state-of-the-art facilities 24/7. Before exercisers put sneaker to treadmill or lift their first weight, personal coaches meet with them to talk about their fitness goals before suggesting a personalized fitness plan based on each client's strength, and cardio condition. The gym keeps members motivated with regular check-in calls and demystifies healthy eating with custom online meal plans designed by nutritionists.