Shellie Wingate and Meghan Crosman are both certified personal trainers with a knack for whipping bodies into shape.Their boot-camp programs include nutritional advice, email checkups, group workout sessions three times a week, and monthly fitness assessments.
The staff at Balance Massage And Yoga Studio seek to help their clients feel good inside and out. They do so via massage work that ranges from relaxing Swedish modalities, aromatherapy, and euphoric facial massages to deep-tissue, reflexology, and therapeutic treatments. The studio also holds yoga and Zumba classes to provide students with much-needed fitness.
At Solid Roots Yoga, a team of eminently experienced instructors share their passion with practitioners across a variety of skill levels. Novices learn the ins and outs of flexibility-boosting exercises with Ashtanga or Slow Flow, and advanced students tackle achieving greater mind-body awareness.
The trainers at Man o’ War CrossFit understand speed and efficiency reign king in this fast-paced world, and that a busy schedule can sometimes get in the way of fitness. To help people make time for getting into shape, they’ve developed total-body workouts designed to whip patrons into shape in 30 minutes or less. Each day, they motivate patrons with a new CrossFit regimen, challenging them to their build strength, agility, and stamina with a series of functional movements scaled to suit all fitness levels. The high-intensity workouts draw on a slew of nontraditional fitness gear: One day, patrons might heave medicine balls and hang from gymnastics rings, and the next, they might climb ropes and rock heavy punching bags to sleep. In addition to calorie-annihilating CrossFit sessions, the dedicated trainers also lead one-on-one personal-training sessions and oversee free-form open-gym sessions.
Jackie Tamminga, co-owner of Tammcor Fitness with Keith Tamminga, draws on more than two decades of experience in the fitness industry each day. She slips through the club, overseeing trainers during complimentary sessions introducing guests to safe and effective techniques. Cardio machines purr, punctuated by the percussive, metallic sounds of resistance machines, free weights, and Olympic gold medals just being tossed on the medal pile. Music drifts from group fitness classes covering workout methods including salsa, yoga, Zumba, Pilates, and spinning. Patrons of all fitness levels mingle in the gym, and special programs cater to groups including the elderly.
At Kentucky Reign All Stars, a team of skilled coaches puts students first, helping them reach their cheerleading goals. They ramp up students' skills weekly, teaching moves such as cartwheels, walkovers, and back handsprings. The coaches also host cheerleading classes, which prep students aged 18 and younger to make their school's team, or a Kentucky Reign competition team.