Aesthetic Climbing Gym boasts more than 8,000 square feet of climbing terrain, including an 80-foot long lead wall and a 130-foot long bouldering area. Despite the intimidating structures, the facility's founders?Jeremy Meza, Trevor Arndt, and Dillon Arndt?welcome all experience levels. Seasoned climbers can take a test to become outdoor certified and newcomers can take classes to learn the basics of bouldering, slack lining, and lead climbing. The indoor facility even has a separate area for private parties or attempts to re-create Stonehenge.
Equipment: Lagree Fitness Megaformer M3
Students Should Bring: Water and grip socks
Average Class Length: 30?60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5 people
Class Location: Indoors only
Registration Required: Yes
Good for Beginners: Yes
Guests Allowed: No
Parking: Parking lot
No one is an island at Koflex Sports and Fitness Studios, which stresses the importance of community in helping participants reach their goals. Though the studio brims with slick one-person weight machines, guests don't just work independently. Rather, they also get fit with the help of coaches and classes. Every type of membership package includes both group and personal training, and the Koflex staff is serious about helping people get results. Two proprietary group fitness programs, Koflex Bodysculpt and Koflex Boot Camp, round out a schedule that also includes yoga classes and kettlebell yo-yo training. Supplementary services, such as massage therapy and nutritional counseling, are available to move clients even closer to their goals.
Some people are born athletes, but proper training can give most anyone an athletic edge. The team of trainers at Velocity Sports Performance knows how to take personal performance to the next level, just as they have done with their former clients?many of whom include professional and international athletes. Programs for student athletes help them achieve new heights from season to season and training for adults ranges from group fitness classes to elite personal training. With a massive 15,000 square feet of football turf, running tracks, ball courts, and lifting areas, programs can be tailored to help athletes excel in just about any sport.
Even in a group setting, people receive personal attention during workouts at CrossFit Insanity. The coaches achieve this by tailoring Olympic-style weightlifting, gymnastics, and plyometric exercises for each person. That way each session can incorporate both seasoned athletes and newbies, who get fit by swinging kettlebells of differing weights and jumping onto boxes of differing heights. Other scalable exercises include performing pull-ups or flipping tires that are big enough to fit onto a tractor or defective Hot Wheels car.
At San Clemente Gym, cardio and strength-training sessions build bodies anew from the ground up. Here, guests forge strong abs, arms, or legs, in addition to burning off excess weight during convenient workout times. And after an intense session, guests step into the infrared sauna to soothe and refresh sore muscles.