Huw Lloyd Davies and Stu White started HDX Fit as a place where they can help others improve their own health and fitness. The center's training principles are built upon holistic health awareness, the fundamentals of nutrition, and metabolic conditioning. Alongside an excellent supporting staff, the team curates a curriculum of group training classes, personal-training sessions, nutrition consultations, and holistic life coaching.
HDX Fit also offers an online training program, a portal full of videos and written workouts for people who can?t make it to classes because their motorized unicycles are out of gas. The online program includes a weekly telephone chat with one of the gym?s trainers, who speaks to the philosophy of the center's inspirational founder.
If you're going to be gasping for air, it may as well be fresh air. That's the thinking at A FIT Club, a fitness studio that hosts its boot camps at Lantern Bay Park and Salt Creek Beach Park. Owner Rebecca Boyle and her fellow AFAA-certified personal trainer Julie Biggs along with trainer Stephanie Barker oversee the boot camp, making sure to incorporate cardio, core, and strength-training exercises that all attendees can do, even squirrels.
The hero hardbody trainers at Fitness Evolution focus on making their clients more functionally fit, not so muscle-bound that they can't fit through doors or play ping-pong with any degree of fine motor control. The goal is not only to improve outward appearance, but also to enhance the overall well-being of future fitness buffs. To achieve this feat, a variety of classes are offered, such as boxing, yoga, spinning, and circuit training, among others. Classes are available Monday through Saturday at varying times throughout the day.
At Bikram Yoga Laguna Hills, the impassioned instructors encourage students of all skill and fitness levels to challenge themselves mentally as well as physically by participating in physically demanding classes held within a heated studio environment. The classes specifically consist of two breathing exercises and 26 standing and seated asanas, which use deep, sustained twists and stretches to work most major muscle groups. With the addition of the joint-loosening heat, students are better able to sink into each stretch while maintaining an unwavering focus on the connections between mind and body. Continued practice can help build strength, flexibility, and endurance over time, but it also teaches folks how to quiet their minds.
Equipment: Life fitness, Precore, Power Strength.
Students should bring: Water, towel, and heart rate monitor (optional).
Registration required: Yes
Good for beginners: Yes
Average class length: 30-60 minutes
Number of Staff: 5?10 people
Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: Come with a motivated attitude and we'll provide the success.
First Wholistic's holistic nutritionists believe that health and wellness begin with food. They work with their clients to create balance via health and diet, offering nutritional assessments and frank discussions of topics such as food journals, family history, and stress levels. Individual and group weight-loss programs include regular meetings and work toward individual goals.