The founder of Premier Workouts, certified trainer Prince Wilson, is determined to help his clients feel the excitement that comes with transforming their bodies into their most fit, athletic selves. Passionate about motivating, encouraging, and pushing people to change their lives and exceed what they thought they could do, Prince Wilson offers intense one-on-one personal training sessions, small group training, boot camp classes, and fat-shredding ab classes. In each session, he combines strength training with cardio moves, helping clients burn fat and build muscle quicker than they might be able to if working out alone or with a friendly tortoise.
Though the students at The Ladies Room don't pull up in limos with personal assistants, they might as well be celebrities. Exotic classes have them don their heels and practice moves all while they build confidence, bolster their body image, and work up a sweat. The class is one of many dance-centric fitness offerings in an encouraging atmosphere for students of every level; also on the schedule are groovy Zumba sessions, belly-dancing classes, and the Hot Mix?a medley of Zumba and Flirty Girl Fitness exercises. For a less music-oriented fitness class, participants can also check out a fitness camp or Insanity workout class.
The coaches at CrossFit Douglasville choose the system precisely because of its generality. Its series of intense, constantly varied exercises can aid participants in perfecting fitness skills applicable to everything from running marathons to doing daily chores. During workouts that change each session, they lift weights, sprint, squat, lunge, push, pull, climb, and more—all useful, everyday motions that enhance speed, agility, and power. They ensure success, too, by scaling those effective exercises to everyone's abilities and fitness levels. Keeping everyone pumped is key, so all classes are infused with positive reinforcement, support, and an atmosphere of team spirit. In line with CrossFit's commitment to overall health, the trainers also host nutritional workshops and provide dietary advice.
At CrossFit IV, NASM-certified personal trainer Archie Brown and fellow trainer Matt Cook introduce CrossFit's functional exercises to nearly all ages. Their CrossFit Kids program welcomes children as young as 3 and their adult program welcomes grown-ups as old as 147. Both programs revolve around CrossFit's daily workout. Depending on the day, the workout may include rope climbs, pull-ups, dead lifts, box jumps, or the tyke-size version of box jumps—hopping on a short stack of weights. With both CrossFit Level 1 and CrossFit Kids certifications, Brown and Cook know exactly what they're doing when coordinating classes.
At In Tune Fitness Studio, the array of options for getting and staying in shape may be slightly overwhelming. For equal parts low-impact exercise and relaxation, yoga fits the bill. Whereas its group fitness classes, such as cardio dance and strength and toning, rely on a higher level of intensity to quickly tone bodies. And its training programs—the Skinny Jean Challenge, boot camp, and Torch IT interval training, to name a few—take small groups on fitness journeys together.
Gina Hinson strives to empower women by improving their health and wellness. At Total You Wellness, she does so by flexing her expertise in fitness and massage therapy, as well as nutritional counseling and fitness coaching. Post-workout, one of Gina's soothing massages can leave muscles feeling more relaxed than a snail traveling through a speed trap.