Equipment: Cast iron kettlebells.
Students should bring: Water bottle, towel and mat.
Average class length: 30 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5 people
Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes
Registration required: No
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: No
Pro Tip: I am a caring and compassionate person, especially good with those new to a fitness program.
The amenities inside the 17,000 square-foot PEAK Health & Fitness are plentiful: a weight room, cardio deck, and two group fitness rooms for classes such as yoga, Zumba, cycling, and Pilates. Members also have access to massages and tanning services, as well as an elite group of personal trainers who are available to provide one-on-one coaching or just acquaint members with the fitness equipment with a formal introduction. The club also has a kid?s play area that entertains children while adults work out and a juice bar that nourishes bodies with healthy fruit smoothies.
Lifting weights alone in the gym makes for a lonely workout?and often an unmotivated one. That's why the trainers at The Sweat Shop gather together groups of like-minded individuals in a non-judgmental environment to help encourage each other through high-intensity workouts. Nobody is pushed beyond their limits, though; the studio welcomes patrons of all fitness levels, from first-timer to elite athlete.
With two locations, long hours, and a bounty of equipment, Emerald City Athletic Club helps its members get in shape, whatever their workout of choice. Gym floors lined with regiments of Precor and Nautilus machines let members work every muscle in their bodies, and the class studios' high-tech sound systems energize Zumba, salsa dancing, and kickboxing sessions and keep stationary cycles from tearing around the room in loneliness each night. Free weights and intricate weight machines hold down the floor of a spacious weight room, where muscle sculptors work up a sweat before winding down in a dry sauna, Turkish steam bath, and hot tub. At the Everett location, an Olympic-style pool, a basketball court, and racquetball and handball courts offer even more variety.
The 9th-degree black belt that Grandmaster Pierce uses to tie his dobok together is anything but a fashion accessory?it is a powerful symbol that represents more than 40 years of martial arts training. At Pierce's taekwondo studio, he shares this experience and expertise with kids, teens, adults, and dogs who can stand on their hind legs for 60-minutes straight.