You don't have to be an Ultimate Fighting Championship fighter to train like one at UFC Gym. That's because instructors at the fitness haven teach the training techniques and mixed martial arts of the UFC during a wealth of classes and personal training sessions. Members can learn kicks, punches, and jabs during cardio box and combat challenge classes, and build formidable abs in Killer Core. In doing so, they'll develop the strength, muscle tone, and endurance to finally outrun the neighborhood bull.
At Studio 101 Fitness, gym goers mix and match classes, focusing on bellies at Abs 101, calorie-burning dance steps during Hip Hop & Jazzercise, and total-body toning with Cross Training’s cardio- and strength-conditioning regimen. In the gym, members craft their own routines, heaving Troy Barbell & Fitness Products in between sessions on treadmills and stationary bikes.
Since Inspire Dance of Corona’s instructors teach kids, they take great care to tailor their dance classes to fit specific ages and skill levels. For instance, Princess Ballet teaches 2- and 3-year-olds ballet basics and interweaves them with creative movement and fairytale stories, such as the one about the brave girl who taught a left-footed dragon how to go en pointe on his tail. Alternatively, contemporary dance classes are offered in a variety of different levels and show pupils 8 and older how to move fluidly through modern dance, jazz, and lyrical routines.
After meeting the physical demands of army training and working for two decades in the fitness industry, president of Custom Fitness Concepts Tom Kalka channeled his health and fitness savvy into CFC's training programs. His expert team of personal trainers visits homes and corporate offices to lead patrons in custom workout routines. Furthering fat-burning efforts, educational seminars on conditioning, nutrition, and orchestrating funerals for annihilated calories prime attendees for a salubrious lifestyle shift. CFC instructors also chisel away unwanted fat with an outdoor boot-camp series, whose ever-shifting medley of calisthenics and strength training was deemed the country's second-best boot camp in 2008 by Exercise TV.
The instructors at the Yoga Den lead classes seven days a week, imparting body-stretching and mind-calming knowledge to students of all abilities. The studio's temperatures rise to a balmy 80 degrees to deepen stretches during classes such as yin yoga, an active 75-minute asana practice that targets often-neglected connective tissue and joints. Work-related tensions melt away during Iyengar Influence classes, which spend 60 minutes incorporating blocks, chairs, straps and other props to assist in poses that strengthen legs, increase vitality, and improve coordination, while the festively named Happy Hour teaches students soothing Vinyasa flow that makes rejuvenation as obtainable as half-priced artichoke dip.
After a career as a college and professional Arena League football player, certified fitness trainer Aaron Scott devoted himself to training a new generation of athletes. Now a ten-year veteran of the training industry, he currently leads Corona Adventure Boot Camp, whose fitness regimen he designed with fitness specialist Dr. John Spencer Ellis.
The four-week program meets for hour-long morning workouts Monday through Friday, composed of exercises such as core training, jump rope drills, and running. The instructors boot camp occasionally takes field trips to new locations, as well as change the workouts daily to prevent boredom. The ever-changing regimen works as a single system to simultaneously minimize body fat, strengthen frames, and eventually help participants look way more legitimate when pulling two ton trucks by hand.