Equipment: Rogue, barbells, medicine balls, kettle bells, Concept 2 rower
Students should bring: Water, towel, and cross training or running shoes
Average class length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5 people
Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes
Registration required: No
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: Positive and motivated mindsets make workouts twice as fun and effective.
Whether fitness seekers want to lose weight or maintain their hard-earned physiques, they'll be challenged to meet their match at Fit Body Bootcamp. A one-hour routine gives the metabolism such a boost that it could keep burning calories even after the session is over. Each session is led by a qualified personal trainer and limited to 20 campers.
At Fit4Mom, the staff knows that it's not easy to find the time or the energy to workout when you're a mom. That's why they offer classes that cater especially to mothers, whether they had a few kids a decade ago, are currently with child, or are just bouncing back from their first pregnancy.
The aestheticians at XO Day Spa know that a spa visit can feel like a getaway, even if it's only for an hour or two. That's why they maintain a tranquil, relaxing vibe at their spa, whether clients are seeking haircuts, massages, airbrush tans, or microdermabrasion. The salon's modern decor and clean lines keep guests calm and comfortable as they ease into treatments.
Joe Decker isn?t your ordinary fitness trainer. He might just be the planet?s fittest human, at least according to Guinness World Records. He earned the title of World?s Fittest Man in 2000 after mastering a 24-hour challenge comprising a 100-mile bike ride, a 10-mile run, 1,100 pushups, and other exhausting feats. Today, his boot camp program, Gut Check Fitness, helps exercisers tackle goals that are just as lofty with outdoor workouts that have won accolades from TrailRunner magazine and the attention of Coca-Cola's fitness programs.
Each ever-changing workout leads participants into the great outdoors, where they discover the true meaning of ?gut check,? a military term used to denote a test of courage, character, or determination. With the help of several talented trainers, Joe propels athletes through a gauntlet of fitness drills that torches dozens of calories and fortifies muscles throughout the body. The classes? main piece of equipment is the earth, which provides hills for climbing, gravity for resistance, and solid ground for sprints and bodyweight exercises. In addition to basking in the trainers? shouts of encouragement, the group cheers one another toward each milestone, fostering friendships while creating an ongoing incentive to achieve.