Led by fitness savant Nicole Almeida, NikkiSquared's P.U.S.H. Boot Camps bring the individualized focus of a personal trainer out of its natural habitat and into the lives of others for three one-hour sessions per week. Almeida tailors each regimen to the recruit's individualized needs, with an initial nutrition consultation, medical-history overview, and body-composition test. Her three-pronged assault on hindered health habits includes strength conditioning, cardiovascular sweat summoning, and a nutrition overhaul. After a fortnight, fitness-seekers may be left with acorn-smashing biceps, inflatable-castle-filling lungs, and a stomach that could double as an instrument in a bluegrass ensemble.
Curves trades in competitive rows of workout equipment for a circle of hydraulic resistance machines designed to work with women's bodies and promote weight loss, protect against osteoporosis, and deal with arthritis. During 30-minute circuit classes, trainees form a convivial circle as they rotate from machine to machine, timed by a soundtrack of fun, upbeat music. Health-minded toe-tappers can attend eight classes of the new Curves Circuit with Zumba Fitness, which mixes Zumba dance moves with resistance exercises to create a muscle-toning combo that's almost as fun as your Jane Fonda salsercise tapes.
Gold's Gym began more than 45 years ago and today features an impressive array of next-generation fitness gadgets, a results-oriented focus, and clean facilities. With today's deal, a member of Gold's Gym's staff of certified personal trainers will test each client's strength, flexibility, and body-fat percentage, among other metrics, before designing a personalized fitness regimen. Then, clients can follow up with regular attendance at the friendly gym, where they can hop on a cardio machine, pump up in a controlled manner on strength-training machines, acquire a golden glaze in the tanning beds, and loosen up in the yoga and Pilates studios.
Filled to the brim with cardio contraptions, weight-lifting machines, and dynamic group classes, Southside Fitness is a member-oriented health club. With one month of unfettered access, members can take advantage of the gym’s specialized cardiovascular equipment, cycling and strength-training centers, and aerobics/dance studio, as well as freedom to participate in individual and group classes. Joints already stressed from working 168-hour weeks in an adult bouncy castle will appreciate the low-impact fitness classes, and Pilates, yoga, and Zumba sessions present international calorie-burning techniques without need for a passport.
The Gorilla Gauntlet is the type of obstacle course that relishes in defeating the most fit of competitors. Thirty two obstacles adorn the course, forcing racers to climb 8-foot-tall walls, swing on monkey bars, and flip heavy tires to reach the finish line. Guests have two tries for each obstacle, and earn a 10 burpee penalty for each incomplete feature. And the course is completely dry, meaning no mud, water, or personal rain clouds to cool down guests or long distances between obstacles to rest up.