With locations in 24 states, it?s safe to say Fitness 19?s approach to fitness has piqued exercisers? interest. Each gym houses Life Fitness cardio machines and Hammer Strength strength-training equipment, as well as a staff of personal trainers who oversee one-on-one workouts and a group of caretakers and professional ranch hands who wrangle the kids' area. Certain locations also offer group classes such Insanity, Zumba, yoga, Pilates, bootcamp, and more.
Every morning, before the owners of CrossFit Inland Empire even open their gym's doors to the public, they assemble a brand new workout from a deep pool of exercises. What they come up with—aptly dubbed the Workout of the Day—instills guests with a broad base of general fitness, the kind that helps when preparing for an obstacle race, chasing the kids around, or jumping to catch a bunch of bouquets at a wedding-filled weekend. Though the workout might include jump squats, push-ups, sprints, deadlifts, and a whole slew of other exercises, each one can be scaled to all ages and levels of experience and fitness.