Fitness RX Studios' fitness coaches do more than lead exercise classes; they dispense what they like to think of as full-on health "prescriptions". These are not notes for medications, though, but custom fitness plans designed specifically for each member. The plans address each member's goals through a combination of nutritional and physical methods. Food and supplement guidance keeps members energized for self-led workouts and unlimited group fitness classes. The cardio camp class strengthens their endurance, and fight camp sessions build their muscles and give them the chance to beat up a blue punching bag that reminds them of a lake they always hated. Personal training sessions give members one-on-one time with coaches, and bi-weekly evaluations chart their progress so coaches can modify their fitness prescriptions as needed.
SPROING. That's the sound of a guest getting air in one of AirHeads' trampoline arenas, whose bouncy walls and floors let visitors break free of gravity for a few blissful seconds. Guests can ricochet off springy surfaces during fast-paced games of dodge ball and volleyball, simply fly into the air for the fun of it, or train for a bouncy future when all surfaces will be made out of recycled rubber. After each bounce session, they can cool off with video games in the AirCade or refuel at a caf? that serves pizza, wraps, and salad. Each location also hosts group events and bounce-centric birthday parties, as well as fitness classes whose low-impact aerobic moves can burn up to 1,000 calories an hour.
With daily programs that build skills in sports, computers, and the arts, Boys & Girls Clubs of the Suncoast improves the lives of more than 3,000 young people in the Greater Tampa area. The clubs' fun and engaging afterschool programs are lead by caring adult mentors who help kids uncover new interests and develop new skills that will benefit them in school and life. Youngsters with a variety of interests can find a comfortable place in the clubs' programs, which include a robotics course, computer-skills class, creative-writing group, and a full-court game of basketball.
Aside from its classes being only available for women, there aren't many restrictions at Superlady Fitness Boot Camp. The personal trainers who lead the classes don't care if exercisers can do one push-up or 1,000, which is the amount Wonder Woman did during commercial breaks. That support combined with a daily gamut of cardio, stretches, physio ball work, and body-weight exercises results in fun workouts.