Dedicated to helping people of all ages achieve their fitness goals, the friendly trainers at Gilboy's Health Club equip their clients with everything they need to succeed. In the cardio room, a fleet of treadmills and stationary bikes facilitates sweat-inducing sessions, and weight machines help build lean muscle mass. Health-club mainstays such as spinning and flow-yoga classes are offered alongside Gilboy’s originals such as the leg- and glute-sculpting Rock Bottoms or Pilates blender, a low-impact class that imbues bodies with the flexibility of a warm piece of chewed bubblegum.
Jazzercise is 60 minutes of cardio, strength training, and stretching that incorporates moves from hip-hop, yoga, Pilates, jazz dance, kickboxing, and resistance training with handheld weights. Dancing with the Stars multiple-champion Cheryl Burke is a big fan of Jazzercise's improvisational workouts, though luckily you won't need her dance moves to get the most out of your class. If you're prone to first-class jitters, though, you can review the basic moves online before you go. Expect to burn off up to 500 calories with each go-round.
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Whether you're looking to spicy up your love life or tone up your curves, Pole Perfect will have you arching your back as if you were a sexy long-haired wildcat, not to be confused with the long-eared hedgehog, which is really more cute than sexy. Designed to help women of all shapes and sizes get fit while having fun, Pole Perfect maintains a supportive, non-competitive environment. Classes are held in simple studios with windows draped to keep away the prying gaze of outsiders and feature absolutely zero nudity, focusing instead on dance-based fitness. Intro classes begin with a pole-fitness workout that includes stretching and floor exercises, as well as move-specific instruction and baby's first airborne vertical spin.
In 1959 German dancer Lotte Berk turned a back injury into the beginnings of a fitness phenomenon. Whether it was clairvoyant foresight, a prophesy spelled out in alphabet soup, or just plain stubbornness to dance her way through an injury no one knows, but her combination of ballet training and rehabilitative therapy formed the foundation of The Lotte Berk Method exercise studio. In 2001, after decades of running her own Lotte Berk studio, journalist and entrepreneur Burr Leonard teamed with a physical therapist to refine the movements of this workout to target specific muscles while reducing the impact on joints. The result became known as the Bar Method. Since the opening of Burr’s first studio, The Bar Method franchise has grown to 60 locations in 15 states and 2 countries. More than 80,000 students take these classes per month, including celebrities Drew Barrymore, Ricki Lake and Anna Paquin.
Some massages "hurt so good," and others just plain hurt. Kourtney Hotard dedicates herself to staying well within a client's threshold for discomfort, using skillful pressure rather than just cluster-bombing the back with hard, aggressive kneading. The goal isn't to cause more pain—Kourtney aims to melt away chronic muscular issues, manage headaches, and promote better circulation. She achieves these results by consulting with clients beforehand to help tailor sessions to their specific needs.