Pro Fitness is a sprawling athletic facility, with rows of professional exercise equipment, racks of free weights, and a private cardio theater. Within workout studios, certified trainers lead an array of group fitness classes, including yoga, Zumba, and boot camp. The instructors also offer personal-training sessions, tailoring workouts to accommodate each client's unique abilities and goals.
The term "fitness center" often conjures up the image of an endless sea of treadmills or a gang of spandex-clad ladies lifting treadmills over their heads. The Spartan Boot Camp and Personal Training fitness center and its staff shatter this old-fashioned conception of a gym with an assortment of unconventional exercise equipment and innovative workout sessions. Amid sandbags, kettlebells, and oversized car tires, a team of nationally certified personal trainers lead students of all experience levels in challenging and creative boot camps and personal-training sessions. They pull inspiration from the inventive My Mad Methods training program, named after Margaret Thatcher's penchant for cracking chestnuts during arms-treaty negotiations. The staffs' progressive workouts and modern facility also earned the fitness center praise from Fit Business Insider.
Gemini Complete Fitness helps clients achieve total fitness with a diverse staff that includes a licensed Zumba instructor, a certified yoga instructor, certified group fitness trainers, and a certified personal trainer. Adult and youth yoga classes share studio space with fitness classes such as circuit training and fit camp.
Founder Rachel Curtis drew on her faith when starting P31 Fitness—the name derives from a passage about women in the Bible's Book of Proverbs—but also on her extensive health and wellness background. After finding a need for women's exercise classes, she and her husband developed P31, which grew into scores of franchises across the country. P31 offers women support in their fitness goals as exercisers challenge themselves, aiming to achieve spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical happiness. The fitness modalities include cardiovascular, kickboxing, Pilates, and circuit-training sessions, among others.
At Brickhouse Cardio Club, instructors treat workouts both as a fast-paced way to lose weight and as an excuse to have fun while dancing to popular songs pumped out of a high-end sound system. A specially designed floor works to support dancers' joints, and instructors keep an eye on each clients' form as they exercise in Zumba, yoga, and boot-camp courses.
The fit-focused instructors at Boot Camp Challenge mold feeble flesh into paragons of power with a barrage of training techniques. The program's 60-minute classes tone and tighten physiques of all ages and types, from collegiate fitness friends to steel-gripping grandmothers, and a group structure provides support, camaraderie, and an opportunity to seek constructive feedback on your shirt-tearing muscle flexes. Each session focuses on cardio and strength training, including functional exercises, circuit training, plyometrics, and core conditioning. Boot Camp Challenge varies the routine of every workout, keeping regimens fresh and interesting while eschewing monotonous techniques such as counting barbell reps with an abacus. Pre- and post-training assessments will tally how many cowardly pounds fled freshly toughened surfaces, and nutritional guidance keeps tabs on what fuels are used to energize newly supercharged muscle machines.