Diseases such as cancer, heart disease, dementia, and type II diabetes can manifest or become exacerbated due to unhealthy diets. To combat these illnesses, Veggie Life Fitness believes in the power of plant-based food, encouraging its clients to adopt a healthy dietary lifestyle. It offers cooking and nutrition classes to educate clients on healthy habits, such as what foods are high in protein, iron, and calcium; how to consume more amino acids; and tips on using cast-iron cookware to increase foods' iron levels.
The center also teaches fitness classes, another way of achieving its goal to make Inland Empire the healthiest region in Southern California. The adult fitness classes include TRX, calisthenics, resistance exercises, and partner workouts.
In Block Crossfit's 5,000-square-foot gym, certified trainers create a motivating and welcoming environment while teaching a system that anyone can learn. The inclusiveness of CrossFit is what drew owners Joe and Chris to CrossFit in the first place. They wanted to create a place where a sense of community could blossom, as well as fitness. As they perform functional movements at a high intensity, encouragement to reach finish lines and meet goals abound from both trainers and students. Besides that positive reinforcement, they keep everyone engaged by changing routines daily and avoiding the boredom of repetition.
Students should bring: Towel, Bottle of water
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: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: Show up at least 10 minutes early to put your things away and be ready for class to start promptly.
If anyone can appreciate defying gravity, it's Michula Nunez. The former science and math teacher found both a creative and physical outlet in the art of pole dancing. She added it to her teaching repertoire in 2002, before finally opening her own gym ? Antix Fitness Studio ? to pursue her newfound passion as a full-time instructor. She teaches classes for beginners to experts, and even holds private parties for groups of ladies looking for a fun, fitness-focused night out.
The instructors at Redlands ATA Martial Arts have been training aspiring martial artists for more than 20 years—many of whom have gone on to become black belts and state champions. The seasoned and certified trainers lead students of all ages through proper tae kwon do techniques—including punches, kicks, and blocks—as well as life skills, such as perseverance and self-control. The instructors also work with local schools, helping introduce bully-prevention programs.
Owner of J's Fitness, nutritionist, Jason Reams knows that every client's body works differently due to age, fitness level, and other factors. That's why, before devising any 30-45 minute personal-training sessions or boot camps, he conducts a thorough consultation with clients, asking about their fitness goals and expectations. Once workouts commence, he motivates his student through exercises that, like the most sincere hugs, work every muscle in the body.