Sporting a wide expanse of wood floors and a swinging sound system, Synergy Fun + Fitness Center packs its 1,400-square-foot space with exercisers enjoying invigorating fitness classes. Experienced instructors lead shape-shifters through body-limbering basic yoga, and plumb the depths of relaxation with prop-assisted gentle yoga. Editions of calorie-singeing Zumba classes range from basic steps to kid-specific, allowing hip-swivelers of all ages and skill levels to get caught in a cyclonic fusion of Latin dance and global beats. Hotwire inner engines with cardio cross-training and step-cardio-mix classes, which keep tickers guessing by combining step aerobics, high- and low-impact kickboxing, and Zumba moves; or, students can remove Hong Kong wire-fu cables for the turbo kick class, which choreographs kickboxing routines inspired by tae kwon do, tai chi, and dance. Synergy Fun + Fitness Center holds classes seven days a week; check the schedule for a complete list of days and times.
Anytime Fitness has become a thriving chain of fitness clubs with hundreds of locations with universal access for a simple reason: it understands what many people want from a gym. Open 24 hours per day, 365 days per year, Anytime Fitness has everything clients need to burn calories and build lean muscle in one spot, from cardio machines with personal TVs to strength-training equipment and fitness classes. With friendly and certified personal trainers and a professional atmosphere, Anytime Fitness helps its clients along their path toward wellness.
With Don Carter's 26 years spent coaching, it seems inevitable that he would produce some titleholders. In fact, a number of his former students have gone on to collect national trophies in tumbling and trampolining. Don adds the experience gained while bolstering the skills of these champions to the collective pool of the Skywalkers, which has propelled competitive teams to national gold, silver, and bronze medals in the past two years alone—a stretch of time most people spent trying to figure out the coolest way to say “2012.” Perhaps the victories result from a roster of all-ages gymnastics, trampoline, tumbling, and cheer-tumbling classes with a student-to-instructor ratio of six to one. Or maybe it’s the instructors’ passion for safe bouncing and somersaulting. Regardless, Don and his team seem to have a knack for fostering fitness, fun, and technical superiority.
Ron Brockman, a USA tae kwon do–certified coach and two-time national medalist, sculpts students’ bodies during martial-arts and fitness classes. He teaches participants as young as 3 years old listening and motor skills during Little Ninjas classes and guide adult tae kwon do students through the art of kicking and punching. The 8,000-square-foot facility also hosts cardio-kickboxing classes.
Fox Fitness owners Jake and Kimberly founded their business in 2011 as a professional martial arts facility, as well as a destination for specialized personal training. Six days per week, they welcome students to the 2,400-square-foot space to participate in various classes, including Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu sessions accommodating kids through adults. Fox Fitness also provides sport-specific conditioning programs, which vary by season and focus entirely on functional exercises—which does not mean they have students practice their ACT with a barbell instead of a pencil.
Snap fitness is a franchise of compact 24/7 fitness centers with over a 1000 locations in the united states. We offer members a fast, convenient and affordable workout alternative to oversized, overpriced and overcrowded health clubs. We also offer personnel training for faster results.
Jazzercise is 60 minutes of cardio, strength training, and stretching that incorporates moves from hip-hop, yoga, Pilates, jazz dance, kickboxing, and resistance training with handheld weights. Dancing with the Stars multiple-champion Cheryl Burke is a big fan of Jazzercise's improvisational workouts, though luckily you won't need her dance moves to get the most out of your class. If you're prone to first-class jitters, though, you can review the basic moves online before you go. Expect to burn off up to 500 calories with each go-round. For aural fitness, you can even check the current playlist or download the Jazzercise iMix from iTunes.