At Body Image Gym, trainer Juliet helps bodies find fitter iterations with her 10 years of experience and multiple training certifications from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. Her arsenal of fitness specialties, such as core-stability training, weight loss, and Pilates, strengthen muscles for any age or skill level and torch calories more safely than running on a treadmill outfitted with fire hoops. Using a flexible training approach, Juliet formulates custom workout regimens to accommodate pregnancies, arthritis, and injuries.
A National Association of Sports Medicine–certified personal trainer and a former football player, Will Harding has what it takes to help people exceed their expectations. His post-college work with personal trainers inspired him to get certified himself, and today he guides clients toward healthy and active lifestyles at Beast Nation.
Will designs customized programs for everyone. Depending on their needs, he might ask them to engage in weight lifting, plyometrics, cardio conditioning, or all of the above. Some of his regimens include exercises such as pushups, weight lifting, and heavy rope exercises, as well as sport-specific conditioning such as running mechanics and lateral and linear agility. Will also leads indoor group boot camps that help clients shed weight and increase energy without resorting to extreme measures such as bathing in caffeinated soda.
Certified personal trainer Rhonda Christensen sends sweat fleeing from her clients’ bodies during one-hour personal-training sessions at One Fitness. Her guided workouts include the use of TRX-suspension systems, kettlebells, dumbbells, and cardio machines. She customizes each client’s fitness plan to help them best achieve their health goals, whether it is to lose weight, train for a marathon, or unicycle to work every day.
At Vault, a diverse team of instructors leads classes ranging from CrossFit to kickboxing to yoga. For exercisers new to CrossFit, Vault provides a three-part Vault Access course that teaches the essential movements and techniques used in more advanced workouts. Each CrossFit workout is different, which prevents muscles from getting used to doing the same thing.
Fitness trainer Dana Perri has a long resume. During her career, she's been a dancer, a gymnast, a swimmer, a Cirque du Soleil artist, and a choreographer. But today, she focuses that boundless energy on her clients—100,000 and counting—to help them reach their fitness goals with motivation and positive reinforcement.
At SHIFT, her philosophy is simple: fitness begins with the choice to be fit. She believes that clients will not encounter a higher hurdle than the one in their head. That's why she dedicates herself to keeping them encouraged and diligent, relying on the motivating power of belief.