Rebel Fitness lives up to their name by refusing to limit their operating hours like other businesses in the exercise industry. Members of the gym are granted 24-hour-access to Rebel Fitness' impressive array of free-weights, cardio equipment, and cable crossover machines. Those looking for guidance as they kick off their fitness journeys can tap into the gym's skilled personal trainers. This team of experts, much like a chameleon caught in front of rainbow, is quick to adapt and can tailor workout routines to a broad range of muscle-gain, weight-loss, and rehabilitative fitness goals.
Keller Williams Realty Las Vegas helps people change their lives by stepping into a new house or career. Its agents match clients to their ideal homes, and the training program prepares new agents for the challenges and secret handshakes of the real estate profession. These classes cover everything required to take the state license exam, and some students even go on to join Keller Williams, which is an area leader in terms of units closed, productivity, and listings per agent.
The technicians at The Body Sculpt Xpress specialize in ultrasound-cavitation body sculpting, a noninvasive technique that?s popular in Europe and Australia. Rising to fame in the United States, the treatment, featured on the Dr. Oz show, uses ultrasound waves to break down fat cells, whose contents are them removed from the body through natural metabolic processes. The techs customize treatments based on the thickness of fat and its distribution throughout the body. Their other services include massage therapy, vibration therapy, which causes a body to burn fat while standing still, and radio-frequency skin tightening.
Each Sunday, curling enthusiasts convene at Las Vegas Ice Center to send stones careening over its icy surface. The sport is relatively new in the city, having been brought to the area a scant 20 years ago to satisfy the pent-up urges of locals who found themselves teased by televised curling or the broom section at the local hardware store. Today, the club keeps the sport’s flame burning brightly through Learn to Curl classes as well as curling parties.
In founding Atlas Mens Health Institute, Dr. Dana Trippi and Dr. Erik Evensen combined their years of medical experience to help improve men's lives. Both are board-certified bariatric physicians with a passion for encouraging healthy lifestyle changes. Drawing on their individual specialties and a shared background in weight management, the physicians do their darnedest to get men looking and feeling their best. In addition to crafting dietary plans, treatments include hormone and vitamin injections, medications, and Botox.
Carrie Rezabek Dorr founded Pure Barre in 2001, and it has since grown its low-impact, high-intensity, ballet-inspired workouts to locations across the country. Certified Pilates instructor Carrie Bristol—who has an MA in French language and culture—operates the Ann Arbor location. Here, she welcomes students to a total-body workout that blends isometric exercise with therapeutic stretching to burn fat and build lean muscle mass. Although a soundtrack of upbeat music lends rhythm to each session, the absence of jumping, bouncing, and jack-hammering prevents damage to joints. The only equipment is a ballet barre used for stability and the meditative focus that turns a single hour into a boon for the body's health.