Certified personal trainer and registered nurse Chris Vignaud is passionate about helping his clients feel the rush of being physically fit. In his intense one-hour outdoor boot-camp classes, he combines cardio moves with strength and interval training to help participants burn as many calories as possible while building muscle. A team spirit prevails in each intense session, and Chris is the positive, motivational force behind it all, helping everyone achieve their personal fitness goals. He also offers personal training for those looking for a more one-on-one experience.
Sandbox Training's one-on-one personal training and group-fitness classes help men and women burn calories and build lean, powerful muscles through nutritional education, strength training, and endurance exercises. Friendly, knowledgeable trainers motivate their pupils through marathon and triathlon training, individual fitness assessments, or Fitness Recess classes?fun-filled, high-energy workouts that entertain as they boost metabolisms.
Unfettered by bricks and mortar, Trainer To Go's certified personal trainers roam towns and cities, seeking the place where their clients feel most comfortable practicing, be it a backyard or public park. They take advantage of such public spaces to lead 30- and 60-minute personal-training sessions for their clients, blasting calories with a blend of cardio, plyometrics, and weight lifting.
Nautilus weight machines, free weights, and cardio equipment comprise the fitness haven inside 504 Fitness's spacious studio. But, it's the staff's wealth of expertise that takes center stage here. Each member of the team is a certified personal trainer who tailors a fitness regimen based the clients' needs, whether they're looking to pack on pounds of muscle or burn calories. The team also gets pulses pounding en masse, leading groups through boot camps, cardio-boxing classes, and kettlebell training sessions.
After retiring his jersey and whistled rendition of ?Sweet Georgia Brown,? former Harlem Globetrotter Elijah Hobley channeled his sports knowledge into training college athletes at Dillard University and everyday individuals at BodyTime. Each session aims to help men and women better their bodies by strengthening, conditioning, and ousting fat during early-morning and evening classes.
It may seem counterintuitive to some, but Affirm Fitness?s head fitness trainer, Lauren Leitner, also owns a biscotti-making business. Of course, all of the desserts she doles out are low in fat, making them tasty complements to the healthy lifestyle that she hopes to impart upon her students at Affirm Fitness. There, she and fellow trainers lead exercisers of all stripes through boot camps that are either traditional or tailored to new moms. Cardio-and-sculpt boot camp shows exercisers how to have fun as they transition between drills in agility, interval training, and body-weight resistance. In baby-friendly Bootie Camp, participants push strollers a little bit faster than usual for a cardio workout that allows them to spend time with little ones while they improve themselves. Moms can even spend a little time sculpting muscles with hand weights or by lifting diaper bags filled with bricks. Affirm Fitness?s class schedule also includes dance-inspired Zumba cardio workouts, relaxing yoga, and TRX suspension training.