Boston Pilates Plus's high-intensity fitness classes, designed by fitness guru Sebastien Lagree, combine the traditional principles of Pilates with strength and cardio training to help students of all abilities sculpt toned physiques. On the brightly lit studio's gleaming wood floors, students buff up their bods on Megaformer machines, which target the upper and lower body using a system of springs, pulleys, and a strategically out-of-reach donut dangling on a fishing line. Students tone their muscles as joints and connective tissue breathe easy in the fat-burning, low-impact classes. For a more cardio-centric routine, try the barre blast class, which guides students through a low-impact workout that blends cardio, barre stretches, and strength training. Boot camps similarly focus on cardio, meeting twice a week for four weeks to romp through 30 minutes of intense exercise.
Macs and PCs breathe a sigh of relief when Heal Your PC’s experts show up to repair them with onsite, mobile services. They specialize in repairs that range from tune-ups and full computer cleaning to system rebuilding, external hard-drive file backups, and repairs for cracked screens and computer glass. They use compressed air to physically dust off towers and hard-to-reach nooks and crannies. Operating systems also benefit from cleanups—such as software removal, file deletion, and optimization, which can help improve computer speed and function.
Founded in 2008 by digital guru Ryan Clary, North End Nerds cleanses computers with exceptional upgrades, backups, and malware-removal services while staying up-to-date on new technological threats and viruses. Ryan holds qualifications in CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, and -CompTIA Security+ and guarantees a noticeable difference in computer performance after every tune-up. While servicing computers, North End Nerds will repair all pop-up errors and identify all computer viruses and malware, disabling or uninstalling unnecessary software so that computers will run faster without the heavy burden of digital dead weight.
AAA Appliances has outfitted abodes with home-helpers and entertainment devices from brands such as Maytag, Panasonic, and Kitchen Aid for more than half a century. Knowledgeable staff members guide electronics enthusiasts through the ins and outs of a Coby 32-inch Class High-Definition TV with three HDMI inputs ($291.96), or a Panasonic sound bar and subwoofer ($363.96), which delivers a powerful bass sound to complement videos of growing grass. A 9-inch portable digital LCD TV sates eyes on the go with an integrated antenna that captures over-the-air channels, a built-in stand, and a headphone connection ($111.96). Or, customers can opt for a GE stainless-steel two-cubic-foot countertop microwave ($251.96), which optimizes cooking results with sensors that automate time, power, and tastiness settings.
The dedicated staff at Core Computers passionately fixes and personalizes Apple products in addition to educating the community on the brand's technology. With today's deal, Core Computers employs a laser to chisel designs into Apple gadgets, allowing customers to individualize products with two lines of text (a $39.95 value), a custom logo (a $59.95 value), or a personal photograph (a $79.95 value). Owners can also beseech the staff to etch their iPods with a name and phone number in case of loss or emblaze a Macbook Air with a likeness of cumulus clouds to remind the computer of its roots. For butterfingers, Core offers repair or replacement of cracked iPhone screens from iPhone 3G and up to the newer models.