Wellness professional Elyse Jarard envisions Venus - A Fitness Studio For Her as a place for women and girls to feel comfortable with their bodies while learning about health and fitness. Her programs take two main forms. First, fitness regimens include small group personal training, one-on-one training and semi-private training, as well as seasonal triathlon training for women. Nutrition is just as important, so Elyse also leads educational programs on healthy eating, including raw diets, vegan diets, and vital supplements. She even helps her clients explore healthier alternative to some of their favorite beauty products.
Early and mid morning fitness camps including Boot Camp style fitness and Baby Boomer Boot Camp fitness. Conducted at outstanding high school facilities and gymnastics facilities. Evening cardio and strength classes available, stretch clinics and Pilates also. Warren County area wide.
Certified fitness trainer and weight-loss coach Carolyn Stone's voice echoes across local parks as she motivates boot-camp students toward stronger, healthier versions of themselves. Having shed 110 pounds, Stone is familiar with the trials and tactics needed to conquer weight-loss obstacles, tackling them with a one-two punch of proper nutrition and regular exercise. She varies her high-intensity, yet fun, workout routines each day, scaling movements to accommodate each student's fitness level. Stone encourages healthful habits outside the classroom with nutritional coaching, helping students change their lifestyles with nutrition facts, meal plans, and snack ideas. After class, students have the opportunity to join their fellow classmates at the Breakfast Club, starting the day with smoothies packed with less than 250 calories.
In addition to boot camps, Stone also helps patrons shape up during one-on-one and small-group personal-training sessions. She develops dynamic, custom programs tailored to each client's fitness level and desired results, such as looking sculpted on his or her wedding day or carving washboard abs chiseled enough to clean wedding-day attire's red-wine stains.
Inspired by their participation in the Firefighter Combat Challenge FireFITT’s founders translate a training program generally reserved for professional firefighters into a regimen suitable to individuals of any fitness level or vocation. Much like mailing wedding invites without stamps, the team maintains a limited class enrollment of no more than six students, allowing instructors to personalize workouts for individuals while still cultivating the camaraderie of a group environment. This program emerged from the founders challenging themselves in 2006 to participate in what ESPN has called the "toughest two minutes in sports", during which a pair of firefighters square off to race through a gamut of five tasks. Over time, the team built out their own course where they could practice for competitions. Just outside the indoor space, students find the crown jewel of FireFITT’s training course, a five-story training tower used by fireman to practice scaling flights of stairs in full uniform.
Geting in shape is treated as a science at NRG Fitness. The professional trainers possess an in-depth understanding of biomechanics as well as the relationship between neuromuscular function and movement. Additionally, the center embraces the practice of muscle-activation techniques?private training sessions can resemble physical therapy in the sense that they actively engage any weak or underused muscles to alleviate pain, improve mobility, and increase flexibility and strength. NRG Fitness also offers traditional personal training, outfitting visitors with professional guidance as they develop a workout regimen tailored to address their particular needs and goals. Fitness classes give guests a chance to pursue those goals within a supportive group environment, and the gym also features a wide range of exercise equipment, including free weights, ellipticals, and a bag full of heavy stuff that people can pick up.
The trainers at Wave Effect Boot Camp use their daily contact with members to instill in them new ideas about fitness and nutrition, much like tossing a stone into a pond and watching the ripples spread. They lead three boot camps a week—an approachable commitment level for even the busiest of busy folks—packed with workouts that can cause the body to continue to burn fat even after the pushups have ended. The trainers strive to cultivate a fun and motivational atmosphere while they introduce fitness challenges ranging from sprints to calisthenics, and eschew angry sea shanties in favor of peppy modern music.