In Tru-Strength Performance Center’s 4,700-square-foot gym, a team of personal trainers leads workout sessions, kickboxing classes, and boot camps that utilize a slew of cardio and strength-training equipment. Their range of classes includes general fitness boot camps—which whip students into shape with a blend of exercise and nutritional guidance—as well as dedicated training for performance athletes, with wrestling clinics and personal training.
In most indoor cycling classes, the bikes stay put. Not so at Tochak, where exercisers hop on RealRyder bikes that pivot from side to side. These bikes not only engage the legs and butt, but also the core muscles, allowing for a more comprehensive workout set to high-energy tunes that burns up to 20% more calories than a standard indoor bike. Classes cater to all types of cyclist, from beginners to Tour de France runners-up. And during each session, guests can burn upward of 600 calories as they pedal to the encouraging words of their instructor.
Anytime Fitness attracts devout customers for its amenities alone: 24-hour access to its 1,700 locations across the country, 24-hour security, private showers and bathrooms, massage services, wellness programs, and personal training, to name a few. The gym’s top-of-the-line equipment from Life Fitness, Hammer Strength, and Intek Strength ranges from cardio machines—treadmills, ellipticals, and stationary bikes—to strength equipment—free weights, weight machines, and circuit-training tools.
Anita Artzner helps people build leaner bodies with Pilates lessons. She infuses her experience dancing with the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company and the Canton Ballet into intense lessons and draws from certifications in a variety of exercise techniques, including Resist-A-Ball, dance medicine, and Core Dynamics. In addition to her regular Pilates classes, Anita offers a free, 20-minute Watercooler Pilates workout that people can incorporate into their daily routines at work, on the train, or while squeezing tomatoes in the grocery store.