As a member of Black Belt Schools International, Karate 4 Kidz of Newtown offers kids, adults, and teens the latest in self-defense techniques and exercise science. Chief instructor Jay Cruz has been training internationally in martial arts for more than 25 years and uses his knowledge and experience to help build students' confidence and physical abilities. Cruz specializes in muay thai and other types of kickboxing, and he also offers resistance-band classes, karate for kids as young as 3, and sessions designed for special-needs children.
Power Train Sports & Fitness designed their classes for students of all athletic ability. Each workout combines cardio intervals with strength training to build lean muscle and maximize fat burn. Classes are taught with a personalized touch and are designed to keep clients engaged to maximize results.
At 14 facilities across the U.S., Power Train Sports & Fitness' trainers and fitness professionals have helped clients attain their personal goals, whether its a pro football player looking for a professional career or an everyday exerciser trying to find a healthier physique. To do so, trainers don't use a Magic-8 ball; instead, they ask a lot of questions, and then design fitness programs around a client's specific targets. The resulting programs can achieve everything from improved overall fitness and weight loss to enhanced core strength and better flexibility.
When your feet hurt, your shoes are usually the first things to go. Rob and Stu Sackowitz know it doesn't have to be that way. For more than 40 years, the proprietors of The Shoe Buckle have been bringing relief to people with foot health problems with footwear that's as comfortable and therapeutic as it is stylish. Shoes from top designers such as Ecco, Dansko, SAS, New Balance, Arche, BeautiFeel, Mephisto, Thierry Rabotin, and Pas de Rouge line their shelves, giving customers a colorful selection of casual, athletic, orthopedic, and medical diabetic shoes. The shop's staffers also specialize in matching feet with hard to find sizes and fits in order to reduce foot pain, and will gladly order different styles if customers need more choices.
Jilly B's Boutique & Treats uses all-natural ingredients to gussy up its fat- and gluten-free yogurt made from skim milk. The roster of flavors on the menu frequently reinvents itself, but like determined starfish, classic standbys, such as coffee, peanut butter, vanilla, and raspberry, withstand the changing tides. Dress up a dish of the low-calorie, kosher dessert ($2.95–$4.50) with 1 of more than 25 toppings ($0.50–$0.95 each), ranging from granola, candy, and almonds to fruit, sauces, and top hats. Vanquish indecision with a two-topping parfait, or silence the demands of sweet teeth with a Yowich, frozen yogurt gingerly smooshed between two cookies.
The staff at New Balance of Philadelphia & South Jersey isn't concerned with simply selling shoes—their mission is to pair customers with the footwear that will carry them comfortably through life’s arduous steps. Understanding that an ill-fitting pair of athletic shoes can cause pain to joints and potentially damage knees, hips, and the back, associates measure the length and width of each client's foot and conduct a gait analysis to chart the trajectory of their stride when walking normally or running through ball pits. The data are collected to help the staff match clients with their ideal shoe, keeping them running longer and looking good while doing so.
At Posh Lingerie and Bra Boutique, lingerie experts strive to strike a balance between seductive and practical?sheer, lacy thongs and leopard-print push-up bras share shelf space with sturdy sports bras and seamless boy shorts. This diverse inventory for women of all ages and sizes earned storeowner Denise Magaziner a feature on Talk Philly. The in-house bra fitters help customers hone in on their ideal fit, and they specialize in prosthetic bras, postsurgery corsets, and undergarments for expectant or nursing mothers.