In their quest to empower women, the trainers at FitChick Boot Camp motivate ladies to take control of their health and fitness through rigorous boot-camp routines. Their classes rely on unconventional fitness tools and methods that help students build functional strength to thrive in their everyday lives, whether they’re climbing stairs, lifting heavy boxes, or climbing a rope to their 12th-floor office. You won’t find tired treadmills here—instead boxing dummies line the wall, a giant tractor tire sits in the floor, and suspension ropes dangle from the ceiling. Through conquering these challenges, gals melt fat and tone muscles, all while building confidence along the way.
Although their workouts are challenging, the instructors welcome women of all fitness levels. Wanting no lady left behind, they scale their routines to accommodate a full range of abilities and personal fitness goals, while offering plenty of supportive encouragement along the way.
Fit Body Boot Camp's inspirational instructors raise their voices only to offer praise and motivation to participants sweating through each 45-minute total-body workout. The boot-camp classes let patrons blast through the doldrums of traditional workout routines by constantly changing exercises, incorporating diverse moves, and peering at muscles through a kaleidoscope. Each session torches calories and stokes metabolism while whittling the core and toning muscles. In order to comfortably challenge each exerciser, Fit Body's gym houses a plenitude of fitness-forging paraphernalia, including battling ropes, suspension trainers, and a joint-friendly foam floor. A personalized nutrition plan caps off the six-week series by elucidating healthy eating methods and feeling satisfied while fueling the body with the energy it needs.
Jamie Philippi and Karina Philippi spent roughly 10 years designing a new approach to results-oriented fitness programs by drawing inspiration from scientific studies as well as their own extensive experience as personal trainers. At Premier Fitness Solutions, they share this approach with the public, giving self-motivated clients the tools they need to improve their metabolism, confidence, and overall well being. The trainers create a supportive environment while teaching visitors how to use the facility's free weights, cardio equipment, and cement jump ropes to design workouts that are intense, engaging, and, most importantly, effective. Although the trainers mainly focuses on facilitating weight loss, they also offer personalized training sessions, small group sessions, and boot camps that more specifically cater to individual fitness needs.
Larry Lentz understands how to take fitness goals to the next level of achievement. On top of his own accomplishments, which include century rides, marathons, triathlons, boxing titles, and Ironmen competitions, he has helped others find their most fit selves by serving as a U.S. Navy Command fitness leader and a head coach to the ASU boxing club. Today, he and his staff—all of whom are former military or former boxing champions—at Toughman Bootcamp put their experience to use by helping clients obliterate calories and build muscle in bootcamp, boxing, and kickboxing programs.
Co-owner Craig Kastning and his crew of devoted personal trainers push clients toward the finish lines of personal fitness goals through fat-burning and muscle-toning exercises. Fueled by motivational words from exercise gurus and promises of a M*A*S*H-reunion episode, customers reduce corporeal circumferences by relying on a nutrition cheat sheet and custom workout routines. In addition to burning calories and building up formerly dilapidated muscle groups, the trainers at Chi Town Boot Camps boost trainee endurance through jogging and other exercises that set heart rates racing.
Maria Lagana and her crew of certified fitness instructors inspires parents and children alike in fun, high-energy classes. One-hour sessions of Pilates, yoga, and Cardio Kick blend with express half-hour sessions of Zumba and Toning Express exercises to create a personalized potpourri of fitness that should be in no way literally used as a household aroma. Zumbatomic classes are open to children flying solo or backed by their guardians, and incorporate healthful-living philosophies with Zumba's animated Latin-dance workouts. In one-hour birthday party, up to 25 high-kicking kids can learn some basic Zumba shimmies, with plenty of time remaining for creative crafts, cake, presents, and round-table discourses on phenomenology.