At Push Harder Fitness, owner and personal trainer Lisette has curated a calendar of intense dance-fitness classes designed to deliver complete and engaging workouts. Classes, which can be taken on a drop-in basis or through unlimited monthly memberships, include Zumba, hip-hop fitness, and kickboxing, as well as a custom four-week boot camp created by Lisette that incorporates nutritional counseling and motivational training.
Exercising at the gym is often a solitary experience—many of us do it without ever once removing our earbuds. But at MDF Studio (short for Morenas Dance Fitness) the two-person team of Kristina Brown and Luz Milena Delgado brings exercisers out of their private fitness shells during group classes built around dance-based workouts.
Backed by a soundtrack of upbeat tunes, Kristina and Luz lead students through 45- to 60-minute cardio-heavy routines, incorporating everything from Latin-inspired grooves à la Zumba to kickboxing and hip-hop moves. The dancing duo also provides instruction in specific dance styles, including bachata's sultry hip movements and the challenging steps of salsa, traditionally performed with a significant other, close friend, or limber winter coat.
The experienced instructors at Streamline Fitness Training realize that every client has different abilities and conditioning goals. That's why they begin personal training sessions with a thorough assessment, including body alignment testing, strength and flexibility testing. This initial meeting helps the professionals devise an effective program, but perhaps more importantly, it serves as the first step toward creating a bond between client and trainer. That bond is how Streamline aims to set itself apart—since they trust their instructors, guests are more likely to achieve their fitness aims. It's a simple philosophy that carries through all of the gym's practices, from boot camps to Zumba classes.
Corey Cutter has always loved working out, be it making fitness videos with her childhood friends or sweating it out in aerobics class as an adult. But it was her mother’s three-decade career as a fitness professional that inspired her to open her current fitness studio, Cre8fit, after 15 years of practicing law.
From this boutique studio, tucked within Riverview Village Shopping Center, Corey shares her passion for healthy living by offering clients the latest in group fitness classes. During Real Ryder sessions, students cycle on technologically advanced machines that mimic real outdoor bikes. CrossCore 180 classes use pulleys and the student's own body weight to strengthen and tone muscles. Corey also works alongside six other instructors, each providing ample attention by making modifications for beginners.
Titanz Fitness & Nutrition is open 24 hours a day to help its visitors devise their own fitness plans. Clients can work out solo or meet up with a class or personal trainer. Augmenting exercises, a nutritionist helps guide the dietary component of guests' wellness regimens, and the onsite store proffers supplements.
Though it's based in Atlanta, BodyPlex has expanded its calorie-burning classes all the way to Puerto Rico, making the business a fast-growing and far-reaching fitness center. At any location, members can attend body-sculpting classes that incorporate weights, stationary bicycles, steps, or yoga poses. These interactive group sessions help participants tone limbs, shed unwanted pounds, and boost cardiovascular health.