Owned by certified personal trainer and elite martial artist Mike Bevard, Capital City Fitness Boot Camps combines intense interval-training workouts and nutritional wisdom to lean out physiques. During each of his boot-camp programs, he fortifies muscles with three weeks of 45-minute classes before letting them take some time off from working out and surreptitiously flexing in the mirror during a one-week rest period. The classes—grouped into themes that include strength training, core work, and kickboxing—channel positive reinforcement to drive home the advice of expert instructors.
Along with metabolism-boosting drills, custom meal plans steer clients toward more healthful eating habits. The camps' overarching goal is long-term wellness, and to that end, its staff has organized online resources, such as home exercises, to help prevent patrons from regaining lost weight. Specialty services can also augment fitness regimens, and include bridal-party boot camps, boot-camp charity fundraisers, and semiprivate personal-training sessions.
Along with graduating at the top of his class at Chadron State College and earning his MD from the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Dr. Justin Misko delved into aesthetic medicine through a specialized training program. At JMisko Surgical Design MD, he now leads a team of registered nurses, a medical aesthetician, and a licensed massage therapist. For skin surfaces, spa services evacuate impurities with body scrubs, UV-free tanning, and facial treatments. A health, wellness and weight-loss sector approaches holistic physical needs with hormone-replacement therapy, cleanses, and nutritional therapy. To round out their medically minded repertoire, the physician supervised staffers can inject B12 to support weight-loss regimes, liquid-lift fillers to obscure wrinkles, or flesh-colored wite-out to redact stray marks from a permanent marker.
Voted the area’s top chiropractic clinic in the Lincoln Journal Star, Synergy Chiropractic Spine & Joint Center tends to a variety of clientele, from college athletes to expectant mothers. Drs. Keller, Hochstein, and Swartz employ an evidence-based, integrated approach to pain, aligning errant muscles and joints through motion palpation and traditional chiropractic manipulation. The center's Graston technique uses unique tools to break down scar tissue or chronic inflammation, and the A.R.T. technique targets injuries such as carpal tunnel, tennis elbow, and break-dance knee.
Even though the number 10 is in its name, Good Life Fitness and N-10sive Boot Camps runs more than ten boot camps and group fitness sessions per week; rather, the facility hosts hundreds. Their namesake boot-camp workouts trim physiques through burpees, pushups, squats, and other calorie-torching calisthenics. Blast X classes empower abs to deflect tickles with warning growls, and Synergy X yoga lengthens limbs and improves balance. Additional services such as personal training and nutritional counseling complement group classes with a more personalized approach to achieving a healthy lifestyle.
Physicians Weight Loss Centers' doctors and counselors help clients slim down with a sextet of diet plans that drive away excess pounds while maintaining proper nutrition and lean muscle mass. Their programs range from aggressive, ultra-low calorie plans to more flexible, high-energy plans that employ a slow and steady approach. One-on-one encouragement from these professionals helps bolster willpower, and premade shakes make meal preparation easier than stealing baby carrots from a baby bunny.
Health-conscious customers turn to Max Muscle for experienced sports-nutrition specialists and a wide selection of vitamins and nutritional supplements. The company blends its own high-performance products, including Cleanse and Lean ($37.25), which helps shed water weight while purging the body of waste and accumulated lint, and the MaxPro Super Protein Concentrate ($49.99 for 4 lb.), which contains more than three times the bio-available protein of regular whey powder. The Max ARM supplement ($49.99) accelerates postworkout muscle, while the 13 essential vitamins in nutrient-rich Vit-Acell ($33.74) help keep bodies fit as a fiddle training for its first bout against the viola.