Pumps Real Fitness for Women came to fruition after two 20-year industry veterans discovered that women flourished when exercising amongst gal-only groups. Amid fuchsia and silver walls in the 9,000-square-foot facility, women torch calories atop a legion of cardio machinery that includes spin bikes, ellipticals, and treadmills. Free weights and resistance machinery uncover muscles hidden beneath skin or cumbersome exercise petticoats.
At Reading Athletic Club, firm yet friendly trainers and modern equipment from brands such as Nautilus whip exercisers into shape. Personal trainers stage workouts in the cardio deck and weight area, packed with weight machines, treadmills, elliptical machines, and other mechanisms that foster fitness. Ladies break a sweat in the women's only section while youngsters play with babysitters. During fitness classes, instructors help boost their students’ endurance via high-energy boot camps that tighten all areas of the body or the flowing poses of yoga. After workouts, students can unwind under the soothing strokes of the center's massage therapist.
MG Fitness’ instructors summon sweat during fun group workouts while solo students try out more than 75 pieces of exercise equipment at two convenient studio locations. Workers-out looking to go it alone can bask in the glow of personal TV screens on Precor treadmills or opt for elliptical machines to help arms and legs build strength by repeatedly tracing low-impact ovals and hand turkeys. Men and women alike can tone up, using the sprawling selection of dumbbells and plate-loaded machines by Icarian and Hammer Strength to press, curl, and ripple. Fitness seekers in need of butt-busting camaraderie can drop in on classes that range from calorie-torching step aerobics to limbering power-yoga sessions, where students melt stress with stretches, poses, and deep-breathing exercises. To push clients toward fitness goals, certified personal trainers employ one-on-one coaching, exercise instruction, and the motivating growls of monster trucks.
With classes in several yoga styles taught by certified instructors, Yoga Moves helps forge stronger, healthier, more flexible bodies. Hot yoga, Vinyasa, and Pranavayu yoga classes are held in a heated room to warm and relax tight muscles, which can allow for deeper stretching and toxin release while helping to protect the body from injuries to the ligaments, muscles, or proboscis. Unheated classes, such as Yin yoga, target connective tissues, promoting flexible muscles and bendable joints. Classes stress individual progress and leave the measure of success to one's own personal improvement, so yoganauts of every skill level can reap the benefits of yoga without judgment or intimidation. Students should plan to bring a sizable water bottle, a large towel, a yoga mat (or rent one for $1), and an empty stomach; click here to see a schedule of current class offerings.
It might be easy to give up when working out solo, but exercisers don't have to worry about that at Fitness Together. Trainers oversee one-on-one and small-group workouts, during which they inspire participants to keep going with ample encouragement and motivation. Exercisers also benefit from the knowledgeable staff's ability to tailor workouts to each client's specific needs and goals.
The Academy of Traditional Karate is a premiere Karate Dojo which teaches the classical Okinawan Style of Matsubayashi Shorin-Ryu karate. Our mission is to provide a positive atmosphere where our students can improve fitness, safety, as well as helping with focus, stress reduction, and a positive attitude.
Boston North Fitness Center lures fitness fanatics of all types with an arsenal of amenities and an array of group classes. Muscles bask in a fitness oasis packed with more than 100 cardio and strength machines, express circuits, a women’s-only fitness center, and indoor racquetball and basketball courts.