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The expansive fitness studio of Real People Real Strong Personal Training is packed with functional workout equipment—bright, bouncy balls, steely kettlebells, and punching pads. On the hardwood floors of this airy space, fitness professionals lead personal-training sessions, guiding clients through exercise routines tailored to their unique fitness needs and goals. They also counsel their personal-training clients on nutrition, dispensing advice such as avoiding sugary cereals or refrigerator leftovers labeled with the names of their grumpiest roommates. The seasoned trainers conduct group fitness classes as well, including energetic boot-camp and kickboxing classes designed to tone muscles and slim physiques.
CM’s Fitness Studio presents exercisers with a relaxed, socially-driven environment for working out alongside friends both new and old. The facility’s team of nationally certified instructors—which includes international instructors from Chile, Cuba, Cambodia, and Europe—infuses every class with expertise and energy, as well as global flair. Six days per week, they helm results-oriented sessions of Zumba, yoga, hip-hop, and more, plus Zumbatomic, a dance class designed specifically for kids aged 4-12.
The certified personal trainers at Fit Body Boot Camp strive to motivate clients to get in the best shape of their lives while having fun. Trainers Jon Cookle and Sofia Laasiri lead members through high-intensity, always-changing workouts that incorporate nontraditional training gear. Participants break a sweat as they swing heavy ropes in between doing jumping jacks, push-ups, and sit-ups. The trainers cultivate a non-intimidating environment, motivating patrons to stay focused and to encourage one another. Further pushing patrons toward achieving healthy lifestyles, an onsite board-certified nutritionist offers nutrition tips and salubrious meal plans.
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Though certified trainer Jon Drees wants his clients to lose weight and gain confidence, he also wants them to build strength they can use in everyday life. That's why he equips his gym with functional training equipment. Suspension training harnesses put bodies in charge of their own gravity, and an open area of turf lets athletes simulate games of pretend mowing-the-lawn. Boot camps and personal-training sessions also call upon kettlebells and ropes to round out complete workouts, which can be customized to meet the specific needs and goals of each individual.
US Air Force and Army veteran SGT Tim Peterson designs military-inspired workouts with a team of trainers trained under a meticulous 12-month curriculum. He leads one-hour boot-camp workouts, motivating 5–20 participants to race through a series of full-body exercises that boost heart rates and draw sweat to the surface by promising it a warm sweatshirt to sink into. Sergeant Peterson mixes up each session, coupling military-style calisthenics with yoga, or speed training with kickboxing. In addition to the group sessions, he also works one-on-one with guests during personal-training sessions, honing in on muscle groups to work out and shouting at specific joints that underperform.